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Decaffeinated Tea Green Sencha Style Kyushu Loose Leaf Tea 50g **FAST & FREE Uk Post** by TeaCakes of Yorkshire.
|Price:||£4.50 (£9.00 / 100 g) FREE delivery.|
- All the Goodness of Green Tea without the Caffiene
- Less than 1kcal per 100ml infusion
- Grade: Sencha - Made to Japanese specifications
- Caffeine Guide: CO2 Removed / Antioxidant Content: Med
- Origin: China / Region: Hunan Provence
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This tea is based on a Sencha style green tea from Hunan Province in South Eastern China. In Hunan, Sencha is manufactured according to Japanese standards in which the freshly plucked leaves are steamed prior to processing. Chinese production of traditionally foreign tea grades: In recent years, a select number of Chinese manufacturers have begun to produce exceptional examples of tea traditionally associated with other tea producing regions, most notably Japan, i.e. Sencha. While this may seem counterintuitive, the practice is essentially the same as that of "New World" vineyards growing traditionally "Old World" grape varieties. (Think of Cabernet Sauvignon, a French grape, attaining near-legendary status at the hands of Australian vintners.) The leaf is pan fried - a process that gives the tea its distinctive glossy looks. then its expertly blended and flavoured. Like all green teas, Sencha is known to be exceptionally high in antioxidants and polyphenols
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