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This is an awesome tea and I’m so glad I got to try it! While normally known as a bitter and grassy tea I was very pleased with the smoothness of this one. The aroma kinda reminds me of the ocean, and is super soothing. Can be enjoyed for several infusions without really losing any of the complexities. Enjoy!

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Cofftea

I wish Adagio used Japanese sencha instead of Chinese for their flavored teas. I really like premium sencha when I need a boost of energy because it requires little water. I don’t always want a full stomach/bladder when I want energy.

Eric Walter

what’s the difference in the taste of Chinese & Japanese?

Cofftea

I can’t really tell you as I haven’t had an unflavored Chinese sencha.

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Cofftea

I wish Adagio used Japanese sencha instead of Chinese for their flavored teas. I really like premium sencha when I need a boost of energy because it requires little water. I don’t always want a full stomach/bladder when I want energy.

Eric Walter

what’s the difference in the taste of Chinese & Japanese?

Cofftea

I can’t really tell you as I haven’t had an unflavored Chinese sencha.

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