Sencha Shizu 7132 biologique
This green tea from Shizuoka prefecture in Japan has an aromatic profile that distinguishes it from the other Sencha in our catalogue. The numbers 7132 refers to the listing reference of the cultivar Shizu.
With a light presence of stems, the leaves offer a floral edge to the profile that reminds us of springtime Sakura (cherry blossom). The vivid yellow liquor has a smooth texture, without bitterness, and discreet vegetal notes that lead into a consuming, lingering persistence.
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