You may have heard about Sencha Tea and wondered what the fuss was all about. To understand the growing demand for Sencha tea you would have to first understand the many health benefits that are available with green tea. Although green tea has been drank for many centuries, its secrets remained largely hidden from the world. And then some researchers began to notice that the within countries such as Japan, China and Korea-where green tea was commonly drank-the incidences of cancer and cholesterol related diseases was noticeably less. Recent results have come to show how terribly effective and healthy green tea really is. There are many benefits of drinking green tea such as Sencha. For instance, it prevents the growth of cancerous cells within the body by killing these cells without harming our normal healthy cells. People who drink green tea are also able to benefit from lower cholesterol levels as a result of its actions. Green tea has also been proven to be effective in preventing diseases such as stroke, osteoporosis and a number of cardiovascular diseases.

All of this might make Sencha sound like some terrible tasting (but effective) medical drug but it isn't. In Japan, more than 80% of the population drinks Sencha every day. Its popularity is fueled by its delicious sweetness and flowery aroma. Sencha tea can be drunk either hot or cold. Depending on the water that is used, the taste of Sencha can vary from astringent (with hot water) to sweeter with warm water. Chilled Sencha tea is more common during the winter months. Sencha tea is made from the dried tea leaves that have not been grinded. Unlike some other types of green teas which are roasted or pan fried, Sencha is also steamed and then dried ensuring that the bulk of its nutritional contents and flavor is well preserved. It is not grown in the shade as is common with types such as Gyokuru but instead cultivated under sunlight.

This does not harm its effectiveness of strip it of its immense health benefits. However the final richness of the tea is affected by the quality of its production as well as the location and season in which it was produced. As well as drinking the tea plain, lovers of Sencha can also alternate their taste buds with versions of the tea that have been mixed with fruit or flower flavors. Common examples of flavored Senchas include Rose Sencha, Apple Sencha, orange Sencha and Grape Sencha. A reliable place to find quality Sencha is Den's Tea. For over three decades, Den's Tea has been one of the leading Japanese tea merchants in the country. With direct links to tea farms in Japan, including those in the popular Shizuoka region, Den's Tea offers people the most authentic and fresh options in green tea shipped directly from Japan. You can choose from a broad range of green tea, including options like Sencha by visiting the pages of the company's website at

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