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Certified Japanese Organic Sencha

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    The tea leaves of our Organic Sencha Superior are fully grown Sencha leaves from the first harvest (  Ichibancha  ), and have a rich taste and wonderful aroma. For green tea lovers, this is a delicious organic tea for daily use!

    Our Organic Sencha Superior is certified by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries of Japan and grown using only natural organic fertilizers and without agrochemicals or pesticides.

    In Japan, they say "Daichi tono Kakutoh" to describe traditional organic farming. "Daichi tono Kakutoh" means it takes a lot of time and effort to grow organic green tea. There are only a few farmers who produce organic green tea in a small part of Kyoto. 

    The special beautiful taste of this tea comes through  its geographical location in the Ujitawara region, Uji. Ujitawara is known  if it  area for the production of the highest quality Sencha.

    Long ago, before the modern agricultural chemicals and techniques, high quality Sencha must have been comparable in taste and aroma to this refined organic green tea.
    Enjoy the special and traditional taste of our Organic Sencha Superior.



    Preparation : 

    • Tea leaves : 1.5 tbsp  (7-8g) 
    • water temperature :  80º
    • Amount of water : 200ml
    • Waiting time : 1 min.
    • Add up to 3x water

    • Green tea is the least processed tea, therefore contains the most antioxidants and natural polyphenols also known as catechin  called
    • catechins  have good health effects   are anti-inflammatory, bactericidal and against viruses.
    • Green tea contains 10x as many catechins as fruits and vegetables
    • Packed with antioxidants, your tissues and the DNA in your cells protect against free radicals, which are responsible for the  aging of your skin and blood vessels.
    • Gives your metabolism a boost so you lose weight faster.
    • With 3-4 cups a day you can take full advantage of the healthy properties of green tea
    • A cup of green tea contains 20mg of caffeine, which is half the amount of caffeine in black tea (40mg)


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