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HARVEST SEASON NOTES: Spring-harvested or first flush teas tend to be the highest quality. Click here for Japanese terminology.
SHADING NOTES: The length of shading is approximate. We are still collecting info from sellers, so this list is incomplete.
STEAMING NOTES: (2) Asamushi (light, under 30s), futsumushi (regular steaming, 30-40s), fukamushi (deep steaming, 40-60s), tokujomushi (extra deep steaming, 90-120s), gokumushi (extreme deep steaming, 140-160s in two phases). We are still collecting info from sellers, so this list is incomplete.

Sencha

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煎茶 – Sencha is a type of green tea made in Japan in which the tea leaves are steamed, rolled, and dried immediately after harvest to prevent oxidization. It can also refer more specifically to tea leaves that are unshaded when compared to shaded teas such as gyokuro and kabusecha.