Lying in a grassy field looking up at the sky. A strong majestic sun beats down. An occasional cloud interrupts. A brisk wind blows and the blades of grass dance to the music. Serenity. So is the experience sipping Harney and Sons’ Organic Sencha.
There is a pronounced buttery and sweet-grassy scent that emanates from the dry leaf. The wet leaf loses some of the butteriness, but it’s captured back by the liquor aroma. The light pale-green brew is buttery smooth. This tea is absolutely silky in the mouth. Very fragile and delicate is this sencha, be careful brewing. Vegetable-like in some respects. The taste is somewhat reminiscent of fresh peas. Airy. Relaxing. Pacifying. Pleasing.
This is flat out, really good sencha. Probably the best sencha I’ve had in recent memory. I’ve been tasting some relatively pricey greens from different companies out there and nothing quite compares. This organic green simply radiates peace and harmony.