Since I am on a quest to learn more about straight teas, one part of the world I have been tasting a lot from is Japan – their green teas in particular. I think that there is a lot of skill and dedication involved in growing and producing green teas that have such a wide range of taste.
Today, we will be trying three teas – a tencha (which is used to make matcha) and two senchas.
When I was looking around Yunomi’s website, I saw that they were offering a flight of three tencha from the same tea garden, but different cultivars. I was very excited to give it a try since I thought that it would be a very interesting thing to compare!
Last week was a busy week for me so I will be posting Part 3 and 4 back-to-back! I’m actually sad that this is over, but I am excited to try more Japanese teas and more reviews like this in the future! Let’s go!
Today is Comparing Thursday! Over the course of the next month, I will be trying 12 different Japanese teas from Yunomi. Yunomi is a Japanese company that features a wide range of tea farmers, factories, teaware artisans, and small-scale independent merchants and creates an access point between the Japanese tea industry and tea lovers around the world!