Tastes really good. Very flavorful. It has that strong green tea flavor. Kind of like seaweed but not fishy or salty. And not bitter either. I just wish they wouldn’t keep their teas out in glass jars.
The most popular tea in Japan, its grassy notes are rapidly becoming an acquired taste in the U.S. where consumers are learning to appreciate its clear, pale-green liquor. Sencha is processed differently than Chinese green tea in that it is first steamed for 15-20 seconds to prevent oxidation before it is pan fried. The steaming imparts a more vegetal and greener color than Chinese-style green teas. Sencha is usually taken hot in cold months and chilled in the summer.
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