Herbal Tea - Sencha Green Tea

We offer a high quality Sencha Green Tea (Camellia sinensis)  that is completely organic and is steam fired.

As soon as you open the bag, you will recognize the quality with its deep green color and sweet aroma.  The Japanese Sencha Green Tea averages about 20 - 30 mg of caffeine per cup.

To get the most benefits from green tea you should pay attention to the brewing method, use fresh and properly stored quality tea and make tea a part of your lifestyle. Green tea in particular is highly antioxidant and can fight free radicals and help decrease oxidative stress.

Start with cold, fresh quality water. Preheat your teapot/cup  or it may cool your brew and not steep properly for maximum benefits. Use 1 tsp to 1 Tbs per 6 oz of water, depending on how you like it. Steep 4 minutes, covered. Do not boil your water as it will over process.  Do not squeeze leaf while straining and the loose leaf can be reused up to 2-3 times in the same day.

If you are interested in making a large 1 gallon batch of iced tea, use 4 Tbs per one gallon.  You can steep the tea in a glass measuring pitcher of 4 cups/1 qt and then add the rest of the water to make one gallon. . 

2 oz wt package

Need a loose tea strainer? We have those!


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Allison Gaines
Best green tea ever

Super fresh and delicious, the best green tea you’ll ever have.

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Christine
surprised

usually green tea is soooo potent seems you have to chug it so you can get any benefits. This tea is so smooth and you can actually enjoy the taste of green tea!!!

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Tina G
Perfect

Light and delicious 😋

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Cassie Ware
Good buy store brand

I had been buying green tea store brands from Whole Foods and Sprouts in tea bags. I thought it tasted good. Man what a difference! I got this loose leaf tea from ONL and tried it. At first I thought wow not much flavor, it was very very light. But the more i drank the more the flavor came out. Then I had used the whole bag. Had to make tea with the store brand. Yuk!!! It tasted awful! I couldn’t imagine how I thought it was any good to begin with.