Sencha Teas | Traditional



Please choose from the following teas:

AKAIKE SENCHA ORGANIC – An excellent luxury green tea for everyday drinking. Certified organic. A medium-bodied Sencha that tends lightly vegetative with hints of cut grass. Known to be high in polyphenols. The infusion is avocado-like green with brightness. Made to Japanese specifications.

DECAFFEINATED SENCHA GREEN – Processed using the naturally occurring Co2 in a circulation process which carefully uses high pressure and temperature to extract the caffeine. The advantages of this decaffeination process are: (1) no chemical solvents are used to remove the caffeine; and (2) the original distinct character of the tea is retained in the cup. Made to Japanese specifications.

FUKUJYU SENCHA – Superior sencha type tea made to Japanese specifications using the youngest first and second flush green leaf.

JAPANESE SENCHA (Harney & Sons) – Award-winning sencha from the central Shizuoka province. Vacuum packed foil wrapped 112gram block.

SENCHA KAKAGAWA – An excellent luxury green tea for everyday drinking. Cup tends light and smooth with reasonable depth and body. Often used in tea ceremonies. The infusion is pale yellow green. NOT compatible with milk. Made to Japanese specifications.


Brewing suggestion: Half a level or heaped teaspoon per cup. Infuse for 3 minutes (according to taste) with freshly boiled water that is around 180F or 80C. Able to be reinfused. NOT compatible with milk.

Cellophane bag for samples; packed to order.
Original resealable bag for pre-packaged Coffee and Tea Lovers, Metropolitan Tea, T Leaf T and Tea Total teas.
Original vacuum packed nitrogen flushed bag for Metropolitan Tea bulk buys.
Brown Detpak tin tie resealable polylined bag for other teas; packed to order.


If you wish to purchase additional quantities than those shown as available, please Contact Us and we will advise whether this is possible.

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