Collection: sencha

Tea leaves contain a lot of enzymes, and oxidation starts immediately after harvesting, but sencha stops the activity of oxidases by heating the tea leaves within a few hours, leaving a bright dark green color and a refreshing sensation. A manufacturing method that harmonizes the balance of umami, bitterness, and sweetness. More than 80% of the green tea produced in Japan is made by the sencha method. From the late Edo period to the Meiji period, the method of making sencha by hand was established. It has the same shape and color as it is today.
  • sencha_blend
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  • sencha_asatsuyu_2020
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  • sencha_saemidori_2020
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