Sencha Amaterasu (50g)
No more difficult awakenings. Brighten up your day with the Japanese favorite tea.
What's this ?
Along with matcha, it is the most consumed tea in Japan.
Its leaves called "Shincha" are picked during the first harvest, between April and May depending on the region.
In Japanese, "Shincha" means "new tea". This harvest is an event awaited by tea connoisseurs the world over (including us!).
Sencha tea is therefore a young green tea, thanks to the freshness of its leaves. Its harvesting technique makes it possible to make a tea of superior quality, with both sweet and subtle aromas.
Symbolizing the rising sun, it will be perfect to accompany you when you wake up.
How do I prepare it?
Infusion time: 2 min.
The opinion of Benjamin, founder of Vitalitea:
Bitterness: 7/10, Intensity of the aroma: 9/10, Taste intensity: 8/10