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.
The Sencha Saemidori Kagoshima from ANMO is a truly delicious Japanese green tea. It starts with umami flavours and changes into a sweet fruitiness.
The Organic Sencha Kirishima Yabukita from Tee Kontor Kiel is a gentle Japanese sencha. It has a fruity flavour profile with a sweet twist and some umami.
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.
The Watanabe Shimadori Kabusecha from The Japanese Tea Hub is a tea full of umami and candy sweetness. Drinking this one feels delicate and silky smooth.
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.
Mei Leaf’s Kaori Black from Japan is a refreshing tea that starts out malty and slowly changes into a sweet and fruity tea.
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.
I did a tea tasting of Curious Tea’s subscription box of January 2019. This article is about the Makinohara Roasted Sencha.
What is Kukicha green tea? Read all about it in this post.