Harney Tencha

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.


Apr 5th, '08, 02:36
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Harney Tencha

by Pentox » Apr 5th, '08, 02:36

I'm curious has anyone tried the Tencha from Harney? I keep looking at this tea and wondering if I should try it or not. As far as I knew Tencha wasn't even a normally brewed and consumed form of tea, I thought it always went to the grinders for matcha.

Apr 5th, '08, 04:09
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by inspectoring » Apr 5th, '08, 04:09

i would strongly recommend their gyokuro...I don't know about their tencha....that is the only place I know that sells tencha....

kind of expensive for 50 bucks...

Apr 10th, '08, 09:23
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by wbb4 » Apr 10th, '08, 09:23

Yeah, seconding the Gyokuro from Harney (I also like their "Matsuda's Sencha", even if it's a bit expensive).

I'm lucky enough to live near their tasting room, and I did try the Tencha once. It's quite nice, but I really don't know that it's $50-nice.

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