Sencha Daichi (60g)

(3 customer reviews)

This tea is from an old tree, a valuable native species before breeding, with a vibrant aroma and taste.

This tea is medium-bodied with a smooth texture.

It creates a delicate bronze-hued liquor with a hay-like aroma mixed with light notes of chamomile.

The taste is decidedly floral with a strong aftertaste evocative of honeysuckles.


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It has a balance of astringency and sweetness, and the taste is slightly different with each brew.
You can feel the energy of the native species.

This tea has a slightly dull but clear and powerful ochre color that makes you feel the very extract of infused tea.
Even before you drink it, the color alone gives you a sense of energy.

This tea has a powerful and rich aroma, reminiscent of the fragrance of the rich tea plantation soil.

The leaves
Tea leaves:
A mixture of large and small tea leaves, powerful texture.

The used tea leaves:
Light shallow green tea leaves of various sizes.
It’s harder that other sencha, but you can still eat the used tea leaves.


Wazuka (Kyoto)
Tea field: A rare native tea field on a northwest-facing slope.
The tea plantation spreads out on the northwest facing slope by the Wazuka River.
Tea cultivar: Native (30-year-old tree)
Cultivation: Unshaded
Harvest season: Middle of May
Processing: Lightly steamed (20 sec.), rolled and dried
2nd processing: None
When you need some energy.
After meals.


Tea leaves: 2-3 g / person
65℃ water: 70 ml- / person
Brewing time: 30-45 seconds

This tea can be drunk up to the third or forth infusion.
After drinking the tea, you can eat the used tea leaves.

Detailed instructions for brewing Sencha


Best before: 1 year after purchase

The best way to preserve tea is to store it at room temperature in a cool, dark place where there is little humidity change and no sunlight.

Detailed instructions how to preserve green teas

3 reviews for Sencha Daichi (60g)

  1. Kunde


  2. Anonymous

    Jeg foretrekker å brygge med kaldt vann.

  3. Kevin

    I don’t usually like sencha, but I tasted it at the market and it was so good that I bought some. I recommend it.

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