What’s the deal?
This tea has a delicate natural taste of fresh summer air, cranberries and cornflower blossoms. Sencha is the most popular tea in Japan. Sencha is a steamed green tea from the Shizuoka region of Japan, harvested in the early summer (the first/second flush). It produces a rich, brothy texture, with a clean, very refreshing green aroma. Thus the famous Japanese proverb, If you drink the first ear of tea, you will be hated; the first ear of tea is referring to Sencha, the first flush of the year. One shouldn’t drink a good tea by oneself, it’s better to share it with others.
What’s in it?
Sencha green tea with cranberry (15 Tea Temples)
- Steep time: 1-2 min
- Water Temperature: 75-80 degrees