Rosy Umami Joy
Rosy Umami Joy
Rosy Umami Joy
Rosy Umami Joy

Rosy Umami Joy

Rosy Umami Joy

Taste: Floral / Subtle umami / Slightly smoky

Steaming time: Short ◻︎ ◻︎ ◻︎ ◼︎◻︎ Long | 50 seconds

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Floral freshness. Surrounded by delicate smoke.

Immerse yourself in Japanese tea culture with our Floral Yame Bliss. The unmistakable Sencha tea taste unfolds with the first sip and takes you on a journey through Japan's legendary Yame mountain village. Experience the floral roasted note and the essence of Japanese tea tradition in every cup.

30 years of passion. Tea cultivation in perfection.

Pure nature. In every cup.

In the picturesque tea village of Yame, farmer Yomorito has been cultivating the land for over 30 years. The natural environment at 600 meters altitude creates a tea with an exceptional aroma, a testament to the rich tradition of the region.

Time has passed since the harvest










Cool water

With the Yuzamashi . Be the guardian of the perfect temperature. Pour in boiling water and let it cool gently until it reaches the ideal temperature of 60-80 degrees - you want the flavors to resonate without becoming bitter.

Sencha pouring

With the Kyusu . Pour the water into the Kyusu teapot. This has a built-in Furui sieve where the optimal amount of your Sencha is already waiting. Only let the tea steep for a short time - a period of 60 to 120 seconds. Not more.

Enjoy tea

With Yunomi & Kensui . – Now, pour your Sencha tea into the Yunomi cup and let the color and scent enchant you. You pour what's left into the Kensui so that your Sencha doesn't end up in a bitter aftermath.

60 degrees

water temperature

110 seconds

Brewing time

5.5 grams

To 100 ml of water

Szencha stories


"After every stressful day, a cup of Sencha - that's my little ritual. It's totally calming."

Yvonne J.

"This Sencha has made me a tea drinker. I can't live without it anymore, it's just too good."

Daniel K.

"The Sencha tastes just like in Japan. Reminds me of my trip there - so authentic"

Sophie L.