Learn about the different types of sencha – how sencha growing, sencha steaming and sencha blending affects taste.
The Handpicked Honyama Sencha from Teamania is a fantastic sencha. It felt like a breeze on a hot summer’s day with notes of umami and a sweet grassiness.
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 Miuori Kirishima Sencha from The Japanese Tea Hub is delicious. I experienced grassy notes, umami, and a long-lasting sweet aftertaste.
In this article, I discuss the best teas I drank in 2019. I picked a 2017 Silver Needle, a Yakushima Sencha and a 2003 Ban Zhang sheng puer.
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 Darjeeling Gopaldhara Sencha is a green tea from Mirik Valley in Darjeeling. Its smoky character with notes of tobacco make this an unusual green tea.
Yakushima sencha is a Japanese green tea that promises to be sweet. It’s a typical Japanese green that tastes like a fresh breeze on a hot Summer’s day.
Tea session of one of the smoothest Sencha green teas from Japan. A steamed green tea with nuttiness and a vegetal flavour profile. Perfect introduction to the joys of Sencha teas.