Sencha Chanoka 100g
Sencha Chanoka 100g
This tea begins with a warm, sweet corn note, followed by some slightly drier notes of cereal. The tea finishes with a mouthwatering sweetness, with delicate hints of steamed vegetables and a slight cooling sensation.
The seconds steeping goes much deeper into these steamed vegetable notes, pairing them beautifully with this citrusy fruitiness. The finish is long, with a light hint of astringency.
What You'll Get
🍃 JAS Organic Green Tea
🍃 Calming, Relaxing Theanine
🍃 Higher Caffeine Content
🍃 Long Lasting Energy Throughout the Day
🍃 Naturally Gluten Free and Vegan
🍃 Complex Flavor Profiles
What it Tastes Like
🍵 Great Sweetness
🍵 Sweet Corn Notes
🍵 Medium-thick Mouthfeel
🍵 Starchy, Cereal Notes
How Much Tea Does it Make?
This pack contains 100 grams of loose leaf tea, enough to make 20 pots or 60 cups
Meet the Farmer
This tea comes to us from the farmer Takada Masahiro in Uji. His company Chanoka dates back to 1900 when his great grandfather started their first tea garden in Uji and since then they have dedicated their lives to growing and producing some of the best teas in Japan.
About the Farm
This matcha comes to us from the farm of Chanoka in Uji. This tea is grown at an altitude of 400 meters and it is shaded for 20 days to develop the sweet and savory flavor.
How to Prepare it
Add 5 grams of leaves to the teapot or strainer and then pour in 150ml to 200ml of water (160 degrees Fahrenheit) and let the tea brew for 1 minute. You can brew the leaves 2-3 more times with the same temperature for 20 seconds each
Very Popular as a Gift
Our fans like to give away our teas on birthdays, weddings and other special days! Our samplers are highly recommended as gifts!
Always Pesticide Free
We make sure to only source teas from reputable farmers that grow tea without the use of conventional pesticides or chemicals. We meet with the farmers in person and tour the fields and facilities. We look at the sustainability of the field, the attention to detail and quality control of the facility and of course the taste of the tea.