The Tao of Tea, Sencha Shinrikyu, Green Tea, 3 oz (85 g)
본 제품의 구매 이력이 있습니다주문 자세히 보기
- iHerb에서 주문하시고 로열티 크래딧을 적립받으세요!
- 제품 가격의 10%을 다음 주문에 사용할 수 있는 포인트로 적립해 드립니다.
- 주문이 출고되면 바로 적립된 로열티 크래딧 포인트는 바로 사용이 가능합니다.
- 로열티 크래딧 포인트는 적립 후 60일 동안 사용하실 수 있으며 미사용된 포인트는 자동 소멸됩니다.
본 제품은 이미 위시리스트에 저장되어 있습니다
본 제품은 위시리스트에 포함되었습니다.
죄송하지만, 이 제품은 이제 재고가 없습니다.
- Artisan Quality
- Pure Leaf Teas
- Pure Leaf Teas
- Brews 50 Cups
Sencha represents an art form that popularized the culture of loose leaf tea in Japan. Prior to Sencha, the beverage was typically made using powdered tea leaves, as used in the Japanese Tea Ceremony.
The technique for making Sencha was first developed by Soen Nagatani in 1740. The earliest Sencha was made entirely by hand. In recent years, much of this process has been mechanized.
Kinds of Sencha
There are many grades of Sencha. The determining factors are the age of the tea plants as well as the region, season and particulars of the processing technique used. Higher elevation plants are usually made with a light steaming and result in a greener leaf that is sweet in taste with a buttery texture.
Most Sencha is grown in the renowned Shizuoka Prefecture located towards the center of Japan. Shizuoka means 'tranquil hills' and its mild maritime climate is an ideal tea growing environment. It is believed that tea cultivation in this region began during the Kamakura Period (1185 to 1333).
This is a high quality, spring harvest Sencha. It has a fragrant, smooth, buttery infusion with an underlying sweetness.
Brew one teaspoon of leaf in eight ounces of spring or filtered water at 160F for two minutes. Provides at least three infusions.
Green tea leaves.