This is my everyday sencha, but I only have it iced (steep in fridge 4 hrs-overnight). Lovely ‘buttery’ flavor. Definitely not traditional, but if you add a tiny pinch of saffron when cold-brewing, it’s just amazing.
“I learned about this ice brewing method (here: http://www.inpursuitoftea.com/category_s/159.htm) for green tea that I road tested with my good ol’ never ending bag of this stuff. Basically,...” Read full tasting note
“I’m trying to be a good girl with the budget so I decided to save money on tea. I bought this at a Korean grocery store in Vegas. The first brew was about 1.5 min, which produced a thick and...” Read full tasting note
“For the price, this tea is great. Deep steamed, so I steep it quick so it doesn’t get too thick or bitter.” Read full tasting note
“Nothing fancy today. Sometimes, you don’t want something fancy. Sometimes, you just want something common and reassuring. :) It’s a little more astringent than normal today. That is the charm of...” Read full tasting note
Sencha tea has a fresh, flowery taste, and is the most favored tea in Japanese homes. This family-size (200g) is suitable for daily enjoyment.
Sencha 3-5 grams (approx. 1tbsp) in 200-240ml (approx. 1 cup) at 80°C (176°F) for 0.5 – 1min.
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I haveto agree with the other reviews, it is a cheaper tea, but it has a good flavor. One of my favorite to make iced, I use, .5 oz (by weight) and 46 oz (by volume) hot water steep for about 5-6 minutes, dump some ice in it to cool and water it down a bit to taste, play with the brew times if you like, I personally like a strong green tea. It’s inexpensive enough to make daily. It also is a great everyday hot tea.