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10 Sencha Leaves (Retail)

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Contents: medium (80g), small (30g), Large (180g)


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    In Japan, when we think of "tea," the first thing that comes to mind is "sencha." But what is the difference between them? I often wonder, "What's the difference between "sencha" and "green tea"? The word "tea" is indeed complicated, isn't it?

    Especially, "sencha" means "to boil," but nowadays Japanese tea is not boiled that much, or is it? Let's not dwell on complicated matters; it would take 30 minutes to explain.

    In China, tea is divided into six colors: green tea, black tea, blue tea, white tea, yellow tea, and black tea. Japanese tea is mostly green tea, and most of them are made by steaming.

    In China, green tea is kettle-fired. In Japan, kettle-fired tea is also popular in some areas in the Kyushu region. Senrei's green tea is unfertilized, so it probably does not have the so-called "flavor of kelp soup stock" or "sweetness as if it contains sugar." It is more of an aromatic tea that pairs well with meals and can be enjoyed during sports activities. With 3 or more cups available, you can brew it multiple times with a teapot while working or reading a book.

    The 30g and 80g teas come in three sizes and are designed to resemble a tea garden, making them suitable as gifts! The 180g option comes in a simple package for everyday use.