Jo Sencha

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Jo sencha is a upper grade sencha which has a more lasting aftertaste then the regular one. In Japan sencha is very popular, and is drunk hot in the cooler months and usually chilled in the summer months.

Sencha is first steamed to prevent oxidization of the leaves. Then, the leaves are rolled, shaped, and dried. Finally, after drying, the leaves are fired to aid in their preservation and to add flavor.

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6770 tasting notes

Smells like Broccoli after steep is complete.
Light Green in Color with a little coudiness.
A soft yet sweet grass type taste.
Ok to fair rating.

denisend

Smells like broccoli and you gave it a 71? You must like broccoli! Bleh!

TeaEqualsBliss

I DO like Broccoli :) But seriously…it doesn’t taste bad…so I went with a 71…that could and might change by a few tho…lol…

Angrboda

Heh, I’ve had one like that too. I wrote the review and thought it was odd. Then I had broccoli boiled with a little butter for dinner and it was exactly that same smell. Amazing. :)

TeaEqualsBliss

LOL – Good too know I wasn’t the only one who thought that! LOL

Angrboda

Mine wasn’t a sencha, though. I can’t for the life of me remember which tea it was now.

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