About Japanese Sencha
This spring time ‘first flush’ Sencha is from Kagoshima in Japan – a region famed for its fertile volcanic soils. Sencha translates as ‘steamed tea’ – which is the process by which Sencha is made – and has a fresh aroma, reminiscent of freshly cut grass, a dark glossy green leaf and is traditionally served in a Clay Kyusu.How to brew
Boil water and allow to cool for 2 minutes (75°C) before pouring, then brew for 1-2 minutes. Tea may be infused several times. Drink without milk.Our new Green Teas can also be enjoyed with cold or ambient temperature water, an ideal alternative during the summer months.