Organic Sencha Green TeaThe emperor of green teas, hand picked, deep steamed, and carefully dried right after harvesting This organic sencha tea will make any day feel like a beautiful spring day. A delicately sweet, herbaceous aroma emanates from the long, flat, naturally dark emerald tea leaves. The medium-light body of its infusion results in a slightly sweet flavor that endures long after you’re done sipping the tea. It is subtly balanced, sweet and salty, with a flavor profile reminiscent of fresh cut grass and seaweed.
Loose leafs 1 - 2 tsp
Water temperature 80 - 85 degrees
Time 2 - 3 minutes
Green tea organically grown, contains enzymes that help in digestion, while like all green teas are rich in antioxidants and helps fight and prevent cancer and other diseases. Contains small amount of theine and tannin and for this reason is given to children or vulnerable persons.
Talking about the benefits of green tea to health:
-Green tea is full of polyphenols and phytochemicals with strong antioxidant properties, and responsible for the bitter taste.
- Includes 6 main polyphenols known as catechins.
- Contains much more catechins than black tea with.
- Epigallocatechin gallate (known as EGCG) is one of the leading and most active catechins in green tea.
- Finally, contains alkaloids, namely alkaline substances such as caffeine (in smaller amounts compared to those found in black tea and Oolong), having stimulant properties.
Green tea is rich like no other in catechins. What does this mean? How drinking will increase by 3-4% of the energy we consume daily! Imagine then your organism to burn 67 extra calories a day, thanks to the tea.
In addition, regular consumption of green tea (2-3 cups daily) is associated not only with a reduction in body weight but also to reduce abdominal fat
Modern scientific studies continually confirm the beneficial effects of green tea and health, thanks to the capacity of the antioxidant catechins to create a protective shield against various forms of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes mellitus.