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Fukamushi Sencha, Organic


*Fresh Fukamushi Sencha 

*Fukamushi (foo-kah-moo-she) is “deeply steamed” in Japanese.  

*Beautiful, glossy deep green

*Complex, nutty and vegetal

*Longer steeming process created signature small particles





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Fukamushi Sencha Green Tea is made with a longer steaming process for comforting, complex, nutty flavor.  Fine particles of tea leaf are the signature of quality in Fukamushi Sencha–the reason this tea is called “healthier Sencha green tea” in Japan. Enjoy the satisfying richness and steep a second cup with the same tea leaf to enjoy a different, pleasant flavor

Ingredient: Organic Sencha Green Tea from Japan

Preparation:  Use 1 to 2 tsp of leaf per 8 oz. Pour 8 oz water of 175° F and steep for 2 minutes.  For cold tea use room temperature water and steep in the refrigerator for 30 minutes to 2 hours to get the desired strength. Discard the leaf and keep the tea in the refrigerator.

Net Weight: 100g/3.5 oz (Makes about 50 – 8 oz cups)

Storage: After use, reseal the bag squeezing out as much air as possible. Store at a cool dry place, away from any direct sunlight. For more information on storage click here.

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Additional information

Weight 0.27 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × 5 × 1 in
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1 review for Fukamushi Sencha, Organic

  1. Brian

    I really enjoy this tea. It’s a little different flavor than other sencha I have had, with a nice nutty flavor, and a little less of the grassy or bitterness taste.

    • Kiyomi

      Brian, Thank you for your great review! I’m glad you enjoy our Fukamushi Sencha. Nutty and less grassy flavor is the characteristics of quality “Fukamushi (deep steemed)” Sencha.The second brew of this tea offers you a totally different flavor–some people love the second brew more than the first brew. For first brew, use 160 to 170F water and steep for a few minutes. Try the second brew with 185F water for 10 secons or so, and savor the difference.

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