Spring comes late to the Rockies. Glacier lilies are one of the first flowers to emerge, with its delicate yellow flowers pressing through snow in high alpine meadows. The rich smells of the melting ground and the first sight of Spring are reminiscent of Sencha, which is made from the first harvest of tea leaves in April or May. It yields a bright green infusion that has a refreshing energy, with a balance of juicy sweet flavour, deep umami and a crisp refreshing finish.
Our Sencha Yamabuki is grown organically along hillsides in Japan. After harvest, the tea leaves are lightly steamed, then rolled and dried.
Sencha is the most popular type of tea in Japan, and makes a perfect every day green tea.
Organic Ingredients: Premium Japanese Green Tea