Sencha tea is characterized by its long, slender, and vibrant green tea leaves. The leaves are typically needle-shaped and appear unrolled.

It emits a fresh and grassy aroma with hints of seaweed and a subtle vegetal sweetness.

Sencha tea offers a bright and vegetal flavor profile. It is known for its refreshing, slightly astringent taste with a mild, sweet undertone. Sencha can vary in taste, with some varieties leaning more towards sweetness, while others may have a more pronounced umami quality.

Color of Liquor:
The liquor typically brews into a clear, vibrant green or pale yellow-green color.

Sencha is one of the most popular and widely consumed green teas in Japan. It is appreciated for its grassy, invigorating taste and vibrant green color. The tea leaves are steamed shortly after harvesting to preserve their fresh flavor. Sencha is commonly enjoyed in Japan as a daily beverage and is celebrated for its role in Japanese tea culture.

Type: Green

Origin: Japan

Flavor: Sencha, Green Tea

Ingredients: Green Tea