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Where To Buy Sencha Green Tea

For several weeks in early spring, farmers in the Uji district, traditional center of the Japanese tea industry, gather the first flush of new buds and leaves for processing into sencha, the highest grade of Japanese tea for export. The bud and top two leaves are cut at the peak of flavor and quickly pan-fired to halt oxidation of the precious polyphenols. Next the buds and leaves are rolled into tight curls, slowly dried, and immediately packed to seal in the fresh flavor and aroma. Try our Haiku Organic Japanese Sencha Green Tea and you will understand why true connoisseurs of Japanese green tea will drink nothing else.

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Tea Forté's Sencha green tea is skillfully steamed, rolled and pan-fired in a wok to create the ultimate cup. The special characteristic of Sencha tea comes from the method used to dry the tea leaves. After the leaves are picked, they are subjected to a period of steaming, then the leaf is withered to reduce the moisture, after which the leaves are rolled into very fine needles. The process is repeated three times. USDA Organic and Kosher Certified, this green tea has half the caffeine of black tea.

The springtime spirit of energy and renewal is conveyed in every delicate, buttery sip of Kyushu Japan Sencha. Made from the coveted leaves of the spring harvest, this tea from Lot 35 is an antioxidant-rich, organic green tea perfect for any time of the day.

Lot 35 tea offers the finest hand-picked teas from around the world. Crafted exclusively for Fairmont by the Metropolitan Tea Company, this luxurious collection reflects the nuance and terroir of the regions where each tea was carefully grown. Indulge in a special blend as extraordinary as our exceptional, landmark venues.

Harvested in the historic tea-growing district of Ise Bay, Japan, our No. 51 loose leaf Sencha is an Great Taste award-winning luxury green tea picked from the treasured spring flush on a farm cultivated by Yosh Tsutsumi. With a fresh grass and seaweed aroma, and sweet flavour with subtle umami astringency, it's a high-quality refreshing brew that can be enjoyed hot or cold at any time of day.

Deep green, broken needle-like tea leaves create a clear, light-green infusion with sunny yellow undertones. In the mouth are more of those grassy characters, along with a creamy quality that makes for supremely smooth sipping.

First-flush Sencha like this Great Taste Awards winner are considered the finest of their kind, and we work closely with producer to source the best from each harvest. Our Japanese Sencha green tea is grown from the hybrid Saemidori (it means 'clear green') cultivar at around sea level in the Ise Bay area of Mie Prefecture on Honshu, where tea has been grown for some 800 years.

In 1738, a tea farmer called Nagatani Soen made the first batch of recognisably modern sencha by quickly steaming the leaves to halt oxidation. He then immediately dried and rolled them, thereby locking in their garden freshness and rich green hue.

Much the same technique is still used in the production of sencha, representing about 80 per cent of the Japanese tea industry. Our Japanese Sencha tea is steamed, gently machine-rolled and shaped during the teas production into the customary thin, cylindrical form of tea leaf, which has a very fine and fragile structure. Finally, the leaves go through hot-air drying to reduce the moisture content, aiding preservation and capturing the tea's distinctive flavour.

If you like this tea, you'll love our luxurious Gyokuro green tea or our next-level Supreme Sencha, also from the Ise Bay area of Mie, Japan. Double the health benefits of Japanese sencha by combining it with matcha in a caddy of clean-tasting Sencha Matcha or enjoying our antioxidant-rich Sencha Goji Berry blend. Alternatively, try Supreme Genmaicha, which combines the fresh taste of green tea with the toasty notes of roasted rice, or Genmaicha Iri Matcha, which adds matcha into the mix for a delicious three-dimensional flavour.

Strong seasonality defines this region. There are short warm Summers with temperatures between 21C and 30C. As the season ends, Autumn begins to see the temperature slowly drop over the months into the winter season, where temperatures hover between 4C and 13C. As Winter ends, the Spring allows temperatures to gently climb until they once again reach Summer.

Across the year, the sky is mostly cloudy to overcast and brings with it low to medium amounts of rainfall. However, during the Summer months, there is significant cloud cover and much larger amounts of rainfall. In combination with warm temperatures, humidity peaks at 98% and contrasts the late Autumn to Winter months, where the air is typically very dry.

In terms of wind, cool, blustery gales are picked up across the sea and brought inland all year long. However, Summer sees a much lower, more gentle breeze. The Bay, where the ocean waters meet the estuaries of the Kiso Three, Nikko and Honai rivers, is famous for its fish and seaweed. The Ise-Shima national park, on the southernmost tip of the bay, is home to loggerhead turtles, as well as native species of hibiscus and spider lily.

Sencha is notable for its role in scientific research into the health benefits of tea. Japanese scientists observed lower rates of stomach and esophageal cancers in Shizuoka, compared to other parts of the country. Was it diet, environment or lifestyle? Researchers discovered that consumption of green tea was higher in this region, the source of most of Japan's tea. This sparked some of the earliest research into tea's beneficial compounds.

We call this tea Japanese Sencha because not all Sencha on the market is from Japan. Our Sencha is a very fine one from the central Shizuoka province, and can be found in many homes in Tokyo. It is a pleasant and approachable green tea, a fine choice for everyday, in the way our founder, John Harney, always began his mornings with this cup.

Drinking any of our teas as an iced tea will not negate the benefits found in our teas! We do recommend not using water that is too hot, however. We recommend a maximum temperature of 170F for green teas and 180F for black and herbal teas.

Vanilla Sencha is a delectable brew that delivers the relaxing scent and warm flavors of all-natural vanilla, blended with the crisp flavors of sencha. Sencha is a delicate green tea from Japan that is shaded a couple weeks before picking to maximize the nutrients. Decorated with safflower petals, this brew is a comforting hot tea or a lovely cold brew that is smooth and delightful.

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This Sencha Green Tea from high quality Japanese green tea clones which have less tannin content, making the tea less bitter. The leaves are plucked young and tender to produce a smooth cup. The tea brews into a bright green cup, has a refreshing energy with a balance of sweet juicy flavors and a deep crisp refreshing finish.

Sencha brews a harmonious balance of umami, sweetness, bitterness, and astringency, with a bright fragrance like a sunny field. Enjoy sencha in the morning or afternoon, with a meal or cookie at teatime. This classic green tea fits any occasion.

Tea catechins, produced in tea leaves with exposure to a lot of sunlight, are increased that has unique bitterness. While it contains theanine which has a sweet taste (more specifically, umami flavor), a higher amount of catechin cancels the sweetness that theanine produces. (Matcha, green tea made of tencha, contains a lot of theanine on the contrary)

Both green tea and black tea are made from the same tea tree, they go through the different process, fermented or not, that makes the difference. The fermented tea is called black tea. It is quite amazing the same tea leaf can be green tea or black tea and have quite a different color, taste, and flavor.

They are processed with heat (steam) to stop oxidation. Then they are rubbed carefully to keep its shape until the moisture they contain to a low level. Many varieties of Japanese teas are processed with steam that makes them keep the vivid green color. Green teas are produced all around the world, however, the processing with steam is quite unique to Japan while other countries make them with roast and roll method.

Fluorine and Tannin sencha contain prevents one from developing decaying tooth with tooth strengthening and bacteriocidal effect. Some say letting children having a cup of green tea would reduce the rate of decaying teeth in half.

Sencha contains a substance that inhibits production of blood pressure elevation. Additionally, drinking sencha can increase HDL (high-density lipoprotein cholesterol aka good cholesterol) and prevents one from developing arteriosclerosis. 041b061a72


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