Sencha Special Grade Yamato

A superior grade of Sencha, with a brighter flavor and smoother finish than basic Sencha. Highly recommended.
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Steeping Suggestions
Leaf Quantity: 2.25 g/6oz cup
Steep Time: 2-3 min.
Water Temperature: 160 degrees
Sencha Special Grade Yamato Reviews
Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0 (based on 7 reviews)

Fresh and bright
David – OH – May 31, 2020

This is my go to tea. It brightens my mood every time I open the canister and smell the freshness. The taste is mild and vegetal. I use more and steep longer for a more concentrated flavor. Expensive but worth it.

My favorite tea of all time
Rebecca – MI – February 15, 2020

I've bought many sencha teas and have enjoyed them all. Hands down, this is my favorite. The smell when I lift the steeping basket out of the pot delights me every time I brew this tea. If I had to drink one tea the rest of my life, this would be it.

Refreshing and delicious
Catherine – MA – December 05, 2019

This sencha is exactly what I was looking for. The deep green leaves are significantly more fragmented than shown in the photo, but this didn't seem to degrade the flavor. It is smooth and rich, without excess bitterness or any off-balance notes. Importantly, it responds well to up to four rounds of steeping, unusual for a green tea.

First time green tea--Great!
Kevin – WI – November 22, 2019

Just had my first cup of this tea and I think it might be my favorite tea of all time! I have been a black tea drinker for years and I wanted to try a green tea. Oh what I have been missing! The velvety mouthfeel and subtle flavor...I look forward to exploring the world of green teas.

Good mild taste
Tina – KS – October 30, 2019

Tried this on a whim. Glad I did, it has a nice mild taste. Will order again

Favorite green tea
John – IA – July 09, 2019

I've tried a wide variety of green teas and this one is my favorite. I enjoy it even more than the more expensive ones

Bright
Susan – VA – June 20, 2019

Bright and grassy, not too vegetal. Brings to mind the ocean, with some slight savory notes.

Sencha Special Grade Yamato Review