4 Tasting Notes
The bright green color, the smell of roasted rice filling the room on a dreary morning, it must be Genmaicha time again.
This tea is the perfect way to start the day. The vibrant color will wake your eyes up with its brilliant green and the super aromatic rice will knock you off your feet.
This tea is a great replacement for that morning cup of Joe and more than likely will cost you less than Joe as well.
All in all, a great tea for the masses.
This is one of the teas that I got in the Den’s Tea starters kit thing. I personally thought that it was kind of strange to be giving this away after seeing the price of it normally, but I’m not one to turn away awesome things.
This tea was strange to me. The second infusion was better than the first by at least an order of magnitude. The first infusion had a light flavor with a slight bitter undertone and gave off a unique but relaxing aroma. The second infusion was significantly darker than the first and came out much more bitter.
I am more of a fan of bitter things (just making the switch from coffee to tea) and as such, I have yet to break myself of that desire.
This is a much more fine tea than any sencha you may encounter (although I am lead to understand that such is the case for higher quality teas) , so just keep that in mind.
All in all, i think this tea is solid. Another quality product from Den’s.
I made this tea almost immediately after getting my order in the mail this afternoon.
It is the perfect tea for getting me into homework mode due to its light flavor and smooth drink. The tea leaves themselves do not give off a particular noteworthy smell, but that does not mean in any way that it is not still amazing.
If you are thinking of drinking some tea to set yourself to the “getting things done” mode, then this is the tea for you.