Learn about the different types of sencha – how sencha growing, sencha steaming and sencha blending affects taste.
The 2021 Tai Ping Hou Kui from Teasenz is a real treat. It offers a combination of sugary sweet and grassy flavours with a warming aftertaste.
The Ming Qian Huangshan Maofeng from Teasenz is a delicious first flush green tea from 2021. It offers citrus at the start and a sweetness in the finish.
This 2021 First Flush Long Jing from Teasenz feels fresh and green at the start but has a prominent nuttiness and sweetness towards the end.
The Shikoku Temple Tea from ANMO is a Japanese sencha from 2020. It comes from the main Buddhist temple on Tsurugi mountain and is grassy, nutty and sweet.
All tea comes from the same plant and in this article, you have an overview of the different types of tea and how they are different from one another.
The Bio China Enshi Hubei Cui Lü First Flush from Tee Kontor Kiel is a subtle but amazing green tea. Nutty flavours with an ever-changing sweetness.
Tea Joint’s 2019 Tai Ping Hou Kui is a fantastic tea. It has everything I look for in a green tea: a light grassiness and a sweet and roasted nuttiness.
The Kuradashi Gyokuro Uji from The Japanese Tea Hub is like an Espresso shot full of umami. Besides that, you get some subtle grassy notes as well.
Nio Tea’s Masuda Yudi Sencha is a really warming Japanese sencha. It is sweet in combination with a grassy undertone, which makes it perfect for rainy days.
The Anji Bai Cha from Teasenz is a fantastic green tea. It offers a creamy nuttiness and some citrus notes that work really well together.
Teasenz’ Liu An Gua Pian is an explosion of green flavours at the beginning. This changes into sweetness and nuttiness, which is an enjoyable combination.
Nio Teas’ Gyokuro Cha Musume is an almost perfect tea with an umami flavour profile. You can also taste some hazelnut and a subtle sweetness.
Tropical Treasures’ Green Tea Kilimanjaro is a tea that has pleasant flavours deep beneath the surface. It’s perfect to forget everything for a while.