Teas from Japan which are becoming more and more popular in other parts of the
world are nearly exclusively green and unfermented teas.Themain growing region
is Shizuoka nearMount Fuji.The best known variety is Sencha, the "everyday" tea of
the Japanese. It has big leaves and is of a light green colour when brewed. It has a
subtle astringency and often a fresh note slightly reminiscent of seaweed.
This coarse and voluminous tea is naturally low in caffeine and has a slightly astringent and pleasant flavour.
A Bancha, naturally low in caffeine content. The addition of roasted brown rice gives it a slightly tart, aromatic cup with a roasted flavour. Ingredients: Green tea, roasted rice, puffed rice
This pulverized green tea is a Japanese classic and is still prepared in a special way in the traditional tea ceremonies. One tin contains 30g of this finely ground tencha tea. Sold in units of 1 tin.
With its dark green leaf and pleasant flavour this tea represents a classic, good Sencha quality.
Contains: sugar, Japanese Matcha green Tea 2%