Ringo Sencha

Tea type
Fruit Green Blend
Ingredients
Apple, Flavouring, Sencha
Flavors
Astringent, Bitter, Earth, Green Apple, Tannin
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Loose Leaf
Caffeine
Not available
Certification
Vegan
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  • “My package of momo tea is finally here! To be honest, the way the teas were packaged was slightly disappointing since usually my tea mail comes in a cardboard box, however, these teas were stuffed...” Read full tasting note
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Ringo (林檎) means “Apple” in Japanese. This Ringo Sencha is a special blend by Momo Tea. You will enjoy the natural sweetness from Sencha + Dry Sweet Apple from Japan. The Sencha is from Shizuoka, Japan. Enjoy! 100g/bag

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My package of momo tea is finally here! To be honest, the way the teas were packaged was slightly disappointing since usually my tea mail comes in a cardboard box, however, these teas were stuffed inside a envelope. So, some of the teas were crumpled when I opened them, but otherwise, everything came out fine and I would still recommend ordering from here! :)

Smell: This smells exactly like a green apple jolly rancher. It has a strong, artificial apple scent that is not unpleasant in any way. However, after it has steeped, the smell has mellowed out a lot and it tastes like a natural, juicy green apple.

Taste: I am not sure if I made this properly. This is some good quality sencha! You really only need a little bit to get a full-bodied flavour. I think I put too much leaf, so it tastes bitter and astringent. However, I think this is a problem that can easily be remedied, and I look forward to trying it again with less tea leaf this time.

For this tea, you can definitely still taste the sencha. However, it also has a very slight and natural green apple taste which I find pleasant.

Flavors: Astringent, Bitter, Earth, Green Apple, Tannin

Cameron B.

I’m surprised by how high their recommended temperature is! I would never go over 175°F for sencha, and often even lower than that depending on the quality.

Tiffany :)

Hmm, I have been meaning to order from this company and haven’t yet..

Silent Kettle

I would recommend it! :) The sencha is very high quality and fresh.

Yes! I think less tea leaf and a lower temperature would really elevate the flavour of this!

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