Aroma: Sweet, like plunging your face into a cheese cake.
Flavour: Delightfully light bodied and gentle, yet flavoursome. A little addictive, particularly for those with a sweet tooth. The initial hit of vanilla, which is so, so, so satisfying, is followed by a mild grassy undertone and a fudge like finish.
Final Thoughts: Sencha’s grassy notes are often considered the pinnacle of summer green tea vibes. Yet, the vanilla served well to tone down the typical imposing flavours of classic sencha, turning this tea into a cosy brew, that could easily become a friend in winter.
Flavors: Creamy, Grass, Sweet, Vanilla