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Tea from Japan

Asanoka Sencha


  • The subtropical climate of Kagoshima prefecture on Japan's southern island Kyushu produces a wonderfully lush growth of Sencha. This one, from the Asanoka cultivar, is known for its delicate, fruity aroma and umami flavor.
  • Japanese Green Tea
  • Brew 1 teaspoon of tea per 8 oz water at 185o. Infuse for 2-3 minutes. Decant. Green tea left in water too long will become bitter.



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