Country of production:
Tea Sencha the most common among japanese tea: it represents almost 80% of the national production of tea and is by far the most appreciated by the inhabitants themselves. The tea-Sencha, in particular that of higher quality, has a harmonious taste, between the astringent and the sweet; a few tea Sencha leaves in the mouth an aftertaste very refreshing, others stronger, others the sweetness of a very special. The leaves are a nice dark green and bright and have a shape to the needle. The color of the liquid can vary from golden yellow, tending to green, with up to a intense green, which is still transparent, not opaque. Tea: sencha is a tea with a low content of theine respectively.
Mode of storage:
A cool, dry place away from direct light