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Sencha Sakura

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  • “Can someone who has tried this review it? I honestly think, based on the origin, description, and picture, that this is the same as Den's Sakura Sencha, but I am not sure. (The same, meaning, they...” Read full tasting note
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Green tea with natural cherry blossoms
To celebrate Mother Nature’s spectacular show, we are introducing our Sencha Sakura tea. This sweetly perfumed tea is a delicious and satisfying blend of green tea – Japanese Sencha – from Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan and tiny pink Sakura blossoms. The subtle fragrance of these tiny pink cherry blossoms makes a fragrant and alluring cup that is a perfect harbinger of the fresh new season.

Steep 2-3 infusions at 2 minutes each.
The water temperature should be 160° – 170° F.

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Can someone who has tried this review it? I honestly think, based on the origin, description, and picture, that this is the same as Den’s Sakura Sencha, but I am not sure. (The same, meaning, they either buy from Den, or from the parent company in Japan…)

Frank W.

Makes sense…Tea Trekker is owned by the Heiss couple which mentioned their appreciations of Den’s Tea in their latest book. Had it not been for the book, I would still not have known how delicious Den’s teas were and reasonably priced.

Shinobi_cha

That’s what I figured. I found out about Tea Trekker from the Den’s Tea website, where they sell the Heiss’ book on Tea.

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