Sencha

Sencha (煎茶) is a Japanese green tea, specifically one made without grinding the tea leaves. The word "sencha" means "simmered tea," referring to the method that the tea beverage is made from the dried tea leaves. This is as opposed, for example, to matcha (抹茶), powdered Japanese green tea, in which case the green tea powder is mixed with hot water and therefore the leaf itself is included in the beverage.

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Sencha Tea Ceremony
... Senchadō (The Formal Art of Sencha Appreciation) Like the formal art surrounding matcha, there is a formal art surrounding sencha, which is distinguished as senchadō (煎茶道) ... Generally it involves the high-grade gyokuro class of sencha ...
Tetsubin - History
... in Japan, but many believe that the popularity of the tetsubin pot grew alongside sencha, a form a leaf tea ... China introduced Japan to sencha around the middle of the 17th century ... Sencha was not considered as formal as matcha, the common powdered green tea at the time ...
Sencha Tea Ceremony
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