The generous amount of rose eases into the senses. First, through the aroma, and then by gently coating the tongue in its delicate essence. The sencha is light and fresh in the fore taste, leading into a rounded toasted finish. From the soft silky petals, to the gentle powdery perfume, to the floral flavour, rose adds a natural luxurious and calming feeling to this blend.

Flavors: Floral, Freshly Cut Grass, Rose, Toasted

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