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Organic Sencha from Den’s Tea


Tea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green

Where to Buy:  Den’s Tea

Tea Description:

Our Organic Sencha is carefully and naturally grown under strict control of NOP (National Organic Program). Result is a natural gift from mother nature.

Learn more about this tea here.

Taster’s Review:


I thought I’d celebrate Earth Day with this organic green tea from Den’s Tea. 

When it comes to Japanese green teas, I’ve found no finer teas than those offered by Den’s Tea.  They’ve a pleasing selection of high quality Japanese green teas, and all the teas that I’ve tried from them have been excellent.

This Organic Sencha is a perfect example of what I’m talking about!  It tastes remarkably fresh and pleasantly sweet.  Such a clean, pure taste that’s light on the grassy tones, and has no bitterness and very little astringency, just a slight tangy note that hits the back of the palate toward the tail of the sip that’s really quite enjoyable.

It has such a refreshing flavor to it, and it’s delicious served hot or iced.  I generally prefer my iced teas to have a little sweetener to them (it seems that the flavors need a little perking up, usually) but this is one of those teas that does not need sweetener whether its hot or cold!  It just tastes great, no matter how you serve it.

It’s a perfect tea for Earth Day … and in my opinion, Earth Day should be every day of the year!

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