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  • I personally think sencha is too snooty to roast well, but that’s just me.

    Daily Tea: March 31, 2010 | Tea Derivations

  • The first is Fez, a green tea of the finest grade of sencha, which is Japanese green tea picked earlier than bancha (rather like how extra virgin olive oil comes from the higher grade younger olives than virgin olive oil).

    Daily Tea: March 30, 2010 | Tea Derivations

  • I've tried all the blossom tea in their menu, Daimyo matcha iri genmai cha uji and Hamare sencha.

    I'm a big fat liar

  • I went to a Japanese Festival where I saw a butoh procession, bought some first flush sencha (picked only 2 weeks ago!) an had a picknick with friend while listening to taiko drummers.

    Mother’s Day (in Sweden) « Were rabbits

  • Etc: In Japan, where sencha accounts for 75 percent of all tea consumed, it's common to reuse steeped leaves by stirring them into green salads and rice bowls.

    Tea's Got a Brand New Bag

  • Kitchen trick: At cocktail bar PDT in New York, bartender Jim Meehan steeps sencha in cachaça to create the base for a tart, floral Brazilian tea punch spiked with lemongrass syrup and lime.

    Tea's Got a Brand New Bag

  • Martin Ramin for The Wall Street Journal CUPPA CUISINE: Teas such as from top to bottom lapsang souchong, sencha and Pu'er round out recipes for fried chicken and wild salmon.

    Tea's Got a Brand New Bag

  • And for those of us who love Japanese sweets, Toraya has an elegant selection, to enjoy with sencha (clear green tea) or matcha (whipped green tea).

    Exploring Sushi on the Seine

  • In Japan, I was exposed to sencha -- the everyday green tea drunk by all Japanese.

    Dr. Andrew Weil: A Life With Tea

  • When you have banished the last pop culture alien from the orbit of your intellect, sit down with your preferred poison An ice-blended sencha, Diet Coke and Nutrasweet in my case… and ponder on alien possibilities.

    Alien-ation

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