SENCHA - taste of umami for Japanese tea lovers
SENCHA is one of the most widely drank teas in Japan, which people enjoy every day. It is also the highest quality tea, from which the powdered leaves are used to make matcha, well-known to tea lovers.
- It is grown in the sun from germination to harvest, thanks to which it has a slight bitterness, nice aroma and a refreshing taste.
- It contains a lot of antioxidants and amino acids which make SENCHA rich in umami flavor, which is extremely common in Asian cuisine
- It is a tea that is quite difficult to brew properly. The higher the quality of the tea leaves, the lower the temperature of the water needed to brew it. Instructions are included on the package to help you understand the process.
How to brew:
150 ml of water (70-80 ℃) / Brewing time: 1 minute