I must say the order came rather quickly and I was amazed, but that could possibly be the ultra speedy order the USPS instituted around the holidays. The first tea of the three I got I decided to try was the Bancha.
I have a few reservations about it, but overall I'd say it was pretty good. If you want a fully detailed review complete with pictures of their packaging, I have it written up on my blog, but I copied it here for ease.
"The big downside to this tea was its color, at times it reminded me of a fukamushi (deep steamed) in the sense that it was a solid persistent color. But the downside to the color is there was always a slight hint of brown in the brew, but I do not have enough experience with Bancha to know if it is normal.
But the Aroma of the tea was great, and the flavor somewhat complex. I thought long and hard on how I was going to write up the flavor, as it was a multitude of raw vegetables most prominent was radish. Which is where the contention came into play I'm not a fan of the bitter taste of radish and that was what often came out front in this tea. But while the bitter radish like flavor is not my favorite flavor it was not unpleasant, and I could see someone who really likes that flavor enjoy this tea immensely."
I have to mention I revisited this tea today, and provided with new brewing instructions the overwhelming radish flavor is subdued, and the color issue is mostly fixed. Now its a plain easy drinking green tea.