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Uji Powdered Sencha

Score: 5.00. Votes: 8

From Uji Japan, one of our most popular items. Not to be confused with the "Matcha" used for the tea ceremony, Powdered Sencha is a good sencha that is ground into a talcum-like fine green powder. 1/4 teaspoon in hot water will give you an immediate supply of the healthy ingredients in green tea. Many add this to their shake mixes. Try it today!

Net weight 100gm

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  • Weight
    110 g
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  • Container
    Re-sealable Flat Flexible Packaging
  • Net Wgt
    100 grams
  • Servings Per Container
  • Whisk
    Not Needed
Customer reviews
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Score: 5.00. Votes: 8
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  • Chantelle Trigg
    Apr 20, 2016, 21:43
    Awesome flavour very smooth!
  • Mate Zec
    Mar 4, 2016, 06:14
    Convenient, fresh and delicious powdered tea. One package lasts a surprisingly long time, since you only need very little (1/4 teaspoon) per cup.
  • Justin
    Dec 15, 2015, 01:16
    I got into drinking green tea for the antioxidants then i found O-cha and realized green tea can be delicious. I went with powdered Sencha looking to get the most out of my money and ended up being quit surprised this tea has very little astringency even at high tea to water ratio and a good mild flavor all the way around while giving me the energy boost and mood change i look for from my cup of tea. If you dont have a ton of money to spend this is a very drinkable tea and I would have no problem recommending it to a friend.
  • Peter Blackwell
    Aug 7, 2015, 19:20
    I really like this.  It has a mild and wonderful flavor.  Not bitter even when made quite strong.  Very easy for a cup of hot tea at night without hassle.  Also great for iced tea.  Some reviews have mentioned that it doesn't dissolve completely.  I think this is because it is not Matcha and is not frothed.  The veins are not removed from the leaf and the whole leaf is used.  The parts that do not dissolve are probably the part of the leaf that isn't water soluble.  It just sinks to the bottom harmlessly.  You can stir it up if you want.  What a great and super affordable tea. 
  • Sean Hardcastle
    Jul 16, 2015, 03:31
    I bought this tea to use at work as it is very easy to brew. That being said it is quite a pleasant little tea. Referring and quick to brew it is ideal for me to use at work. Obviously not the same quality as leaf teas, but you must expect to sacrifice something for the convenience the this powdered tea provides. I will be ordering more most definitely. Advantages: Very convenient and easy to brew  Disadvantages: None. It is what it is. A convenient drink
    Sep 9, 2014, 12:00
    I use it mainly for iced tea and it is delicious as such: it has minimal bitterness and a strong (but not unpleasant) grassiness. Here is my perfect ratio: 2.5 grams of powder for 250 ml of water. I sift before to remove possible clumps, mix vigorously, then pour in a tall glass that is already halfway full of ice cubes (I use a funnel and a strainer to avoid messes and make sure any remaining bits of leaf and clumps stay behind.) Disadvantages: Does not dissolve as easily as another similar product I have tried from a competitor, but o-cha's tastes far better
  • Susan D Handsom
    Sep 12, 2013, 12:00
    Very light, delicate flavor.  Convenient for drinking at work, no teabag or tea ball to deal with. The caffeine content seems to be moderate, just enough to brighten one's mind without jitters. And it's really green! Unlike some of the teabags of 'dead' tea I have purchased here in the US.

Product questions

  • Rosana Starr
    Aug 4, 2016, 04:18

    Does powdered sencha need to be whisked like matcha?

    Aug 4, 2016, 12:10

    No, you normally just stir it in hot water. This will not actually dissolve however, you should mix it up and drink it relatively soon.

  • Gil Manzano
    May 20, 2016, 22:12


    Could you describe the difference between Uji Powdered Sencha and Uji Organic Powdered Sencha in taste and in nutrition.. Which one is beginner friendly?


    May 23, 2016, 12:54

    There is really no difference in taste and nutrition between these two teas, one is organically grown and the other isn't. I can't say one tastes better than the other, they are comparable outside of the organic label.