May 4, 2016, 17:42
Perfect ration price/quality. Nice grassy aroma and green color make this tea favorite for me. Of course Sae Midori is more interesting tea, but this one is lovely everyday tea.
Apr 30, 2016, 20:56
I am a big Sencha green tea lover and O'Cha gives me the chance to experience different types of green tea from different Japanese area. The Fukamushi Sencha brings me back the Japan with his deep, rich flavor. One of my best!
Apr 27, 2016, 22:14
Fukamushi Sencha Kaoro was everything I was expecting and more. To start, I very much like the nitrogen sealed packaging the tea comes in, the graphic design being my favorite. The tea itself has a wonderful grassy aroma and flavor that you'd expect from an excellent fukamushi sencha. I would certainly buy this tea again, and recommend it to all of my friends.
Apr 7, 2016, 01:15
This is our current favorite - deep steamed, vibrant green, cloudy, and with a lovely "green" flavor and a hint of sweetness. My wife and I look forward to it daily - more than once! Delicious.
Feb 27, 2016, 00:41
I usually drink Yutaka Midori, but decided to give this one a try. I learned that I only needed one teaspoon for my pot rather than the usual 7 grams that the other senchas use. It's absolutely delightful, not as grassy as other greens, but more mellow. My husband, an avid coffee drinker, discovered this tea and says it gives him energy, so now I have to watch out for my green tea! It's in jeopardy! I think this one is now my new favorite. Thank you for great senchas.
Feb 9, 2016, 03:17
This tea strikes me as middle-of-the-road. It feels like a higher-quality version of sencha I've been served at restaurants in Japan—inoffensive, easy to like, but doesn't have any standout qualities. A good daily brew at a good price.
John Priestley II
Mar 4, 2015, 00:30
This Fukamushi Sencha is delightful. It brews a deep green and has a wonderful, "grassy" flavor. It is well worth trying for the serious Japanese green tea lover.
Pay attention to the brewing instructions. Using water that is too hot, or brewing for too long can result in a beverage that is slightly bitter.
Jul 8, 2014, 04:51
I've been sampling senchas for a few months now and this is my favorite so far. I enjoy the fragrance, flavor and especially the deep green color. What a great way to start the day!