Organic Fukamushi Sencha

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Green Tea
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Apple, Garden Peas, Seaweed, Grass, Smooth, Spinach
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Edit tea info Last updated by Cameron B.
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165 °F / 73 °C 0 min, 45 sec 6 oz / 177 ml

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Very traditional Fukamushi-Sencha from one of the old Fukamushi producing cities, Kakegawa. Tea leaves are carefully deep steamed to make the flavor mild and aromatic. Also this Fukamushi Sencha is naturally grown under strict control of NOP (National Organic Program). The result is a gift from mother nature.

Origin: Kakegawa, Shizuoka
Harvest: First Flush
Species: Yabukita

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4 Tasting Notes

59 tasting notes

Light, sweet, and salty. Very easy to drink and comparatively forgiving to brew, but not as complex as some.

Flavors: Apple, Garden Peas, Seaweed

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1004 tasting notes

I woke up craving sencha. This leaf, courtesy of KiwiDelight, fit the bill nicely. It’s grassy, slightly sweet, and light without being watery. Thanks, Kiwi!


You’re welcome! :3

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3696 tasting notes

I needed a little break after drinking new black teas all day! This sample is from KiwiDelight. I checked the Den’s website to see what exactly fukamushi sencha is. Turns out it just means that this is a deeply steamed sencha!

The aroma is very mild and sweetly vegetal with a little bit of wet grass. This is definitely the most seaweedy tasting tea I’ve had yet. And I don’t necessarily mean that as a bad thing! The primary taste is definitely seaweed, but there are also spinach and grass notes common among most senchas I’ve had. The flavor is quite mild, which I wouldn’t expect from something “deeply” steamed. I guess it has the opposite effect of what I would assume! Not to be confused with shaded sencha! :) Tasty, but not my favorite sencha ever.

Flavors: Grass, Seaweed, Smooth, Spinach

175 °F / 79 °C 1 min, 0 sec 1 tsp 8 OZ / 236 ML

Sounds yummy!

Cameron B.

It was definitely exactly what I needed after all that tasting and thinking earlier! :) Sencha is such a nice refresher, I definitely need to find my favorite and keep it in stock.


Exactly! It’s nice, easy to drink, flavorful but not overwhelming. I need to do the same.


Ooh, I just got a sample of this today, I need to try it. I don’t know if I’ve actually tasted seaweed in a tea before, but it sounds like a note I would enjoy.

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1113 tasting notes

Thanks to KiwiDelight for a sample of this tea!

This is some decent sencha! Nicely sweet and vegetal, like a good sencha should be. Mild and gentle flavor :)


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