I know absolutely nothing about green teas and rarely drink them, so they all kind of taste the same to me. This was better than most. The dry leaf had a bit of a mint smell, but nothing that I could taste after steeping. The tea had more of a fresh taste than what I am used to with most greens. There was a bit of earthiness as well. It thankfully lacked the veggie-type taste and smell that I think many greens have (some remind me too much of spinach). If I was going to drink unflavored green tea on a regular basis, this would probably be my top pick. Prepared with stevia.
Sen-cha (Blender's Series)
Sen-cha is the most popular type of tea in Japan. Immediately after the leaves are picked, they are steamed, rolled and dried into little green needles.
Our Blender’s Sen-cha brews a grassy, savory cup with a subtle hint of sweetness. Light, yellow-green liquor with a characteristically green nose.
We recommend brewing 1 tbsp of leaves in a cup of hot water(165-190F) for 1 minute to 2 minutes, then enjoy!