Australian Sencha Green Tea

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Our delightful Australian grown green tea brews an ever so sweet cup that reveals a light, fresh and uplifting brew. This tea offers rich vegetal and grassy notes that give way to a pleasant nuttiness, with a delicate sweetness on the finish.

ORIGIN: Victoria, Australia


  • Green Tea

  • Water temperature is vital to achieving best flavour from your tea! Green tea, the sensitive one; with water too hot results in brunt tea leaves, leaving you an unpleasant bitterness. Use the correct temperature and it will sing you the sweetest melody with wonderful flavours.
        • 1 tsp per 250ml of water
          • 75 degree Celsius (Bring cold spring water to the boil and pour into a teapot. Set aside for 6 minutes before adding tea).
            • Brew for 3 minutes. The leaves are good for 2 infusions. Any infusions after the first, the water, should be a little hotter and brewed for one to two minutes longer. 
            • Our Australian Sencha Green tea is grown on a family farm in the Acheron Valley, where the Acheron and Goulburn rivers meet in north east Melbourne. The family prides itself on producing the finest handcrafted Japanese style green tea that Australia has to offer and uses biological farming practices.

              The tea farm is located in the southern hemisphere on a similar latitude as the main tea growing area of Japan in the northern hemisphere . As such, the tea plants enjoy the similar climates of the four changing seasons, with is imperative to its quality. Since 2001 the family have transplanted and nurtured the small cuttings that were brought over from Japan, to beautifully lush tea plants and have produced exceptional quality green teas.

              It's so wonderful that we can now enjoy fine teas from our own backyard, right here in Australia. We thank these small family tea farms for sharing their passion and love for quality teas with us!

            Category: tea

            Type: Green Tea

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