Lu Mountain Cloud and Mist Green Tea from Stash Tea is a very Japanese tea from China. Even moreso than a Chinese Sencha. This grassy and vegetal tea plays well on the palate and is pleasing to look at. Continue reading "Lu Mountain Cloud and Mist Green Tea (Stash Tea)"
Considered one of the 10 famous teas of China, this Lincang Maofeng from Zen Tara Tea allows for multiple steeps and has a rich vegetal palate profile.
Bancha is used as a base for so many different teas. We see it in stuff Frank over at 52teas makes. We see it in most bagged green teas. We even see it in iced green teas and as a base for blended greens like Genmaicha. This Bancha from Harney & Sons is a nice quality brew.
Frank has been at it again. This is a tea I picked up a while back but the flavor remains fresh. A Green Apple green tea from 52teas has made this a great day!
The blending of a standard Sencha with a collection of fresh Sakura cherry blossoms is something I found surprising the first time I saw it, but given the love of the Sakura blossoms and associated festivals in Japan, I shouldn’t have. This Sencha Kyoto - Cherry Rose Festival tea from Churchill's Teas would please most of my Japanese friends during the Spring season.