Sencha Green Tea Loose Leaf Time Out Tea
100% Plastic free packaging!
LIGHT, JUICY & SWEET SCENTED GREEN TEA!
This Sencha Green Tea produces a lemony yellow infusion with a sweet and light juicy flavour.
Loose Leaf Sencha is the most popular type of Japanese green tea. Both green tea and black tea come from the Camelia! The difference being green tea is steamed immediately to prevent fermentation.
This Loose Leaf Sencha Green Tea produces a lemony yellow infusion with a sweet and light juicy flavour.
Unlike black tea, green tea should not be made with boiling water, use water just off the boil (80°C) and it should only be steeped for 2-5 minutes to avoid an overly bitter taste.
Enjoy without milk, sweeten if required.
Ingredients: Sencha green tea leaves
How to brew the perfect cuppa:
To enjoy this tea at its best, always use freshly drawn and water just of the boil (80°C). (to help the planet, only boil the amount of water you need to save water and energy)
Take a moment to warm the pot.
Use 1 tea spoon (around 2g) per person and pour over water just of the boil (80°C).
Steep for 2-5 minutes, allowing the leaves to unfurl and release their full flavours.
Once the tea has brewed to your liking, strain, sweeten or go natural.
You decide, it’s your cuppa!
Take time out and enjoy!
Weights and times are for guidelines only!
Refreshing iced tea:
Use 1 tea spoon per person, 125ml of water just of the boil (80°C) and brew for 5 minutes.
Strain, sweeten to your liking and top up with 125ml of cold water. Serve over ice with slices of lemon.
As the planet means so much to us, in 2018 we took the leap to be one of Britain’s first 100% plastic free tea companies.
We started packing our loose-leaf tea in a bag made from fast growing eucalyptus tree cellulose, so no nasty plastic in landfill. Then not stopping there, we went through a change of packaging, utilising vegetable inks print on our tea boxes, closing the whole circle making it all kind to the planet!!
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Sencha green tea Leaves