Gen Mai Cha Green Tea from Simple Loose Leaf

Gen-Mai-Cha-GreenTea Information:

Leaf Type:  Green

Where to Buy:  Simple Loose Leaf

Tea Description:

Rich Japanese Sencha green tea beautifully blends with toasted and popped rice, resulting in a mildly aromatic, distinct yellow brew. Gen Mai Cha is known to enhance the flavor of fine food and to cleanse the palate. Best served hot to envelop the senses.

Japanese Sencha Green Tea, Toasted Rice

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Taster’s Review:

Mmm!  I just adore a good Genmaicha!  There is something irresistible about the way the vegetal, slightly buttery taste of the Japanese green tea and the sweet, roasty-toasty, nutty flavor of the toasted rice meld together in a teacup.  And this Gen Mai Cha Green Tea from Simple Loose Leaf is really good and has all the flavor I’ve come to expect from a high quality Genmaicha green.

The flavor is sweet and nutty from the toasted rice and light and fresh tasting from the green tea.  There is a pleasing balance between these two components.  The green tea is crisp and has that refreshing, clean taste to it.  It has a light, cleansing astringency toward the tail and this keeps the sweeter nutty notes of the toasted rice from becoming too heavy on the palate.

This is a great tea to enjoy in the afternoon.  It perks me up when I start to feel that sluggish feeling toward mid-day, but it’s not so invigorating that I’m still bouncing off the walls at bedtime.  This is one that I was really happy to have as part of April’s Simple Loose Leaf Selection Club box.

And there’s still time for you to get in on Simple Loose Leaf’s special April promotion!  You can get your first month of the Selection Club for just one dollar!  Enter the code 1DOLLARMONTH and you can receive up to five different teas for the month of May for just one dollar!  Sounds too good to pass up, right?  Well, check it out here!

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