The world in which each of us now lives is a rhythm that leads the physical body to fatigue. It is the constant noise of the big city that robs our minds of clarity. These are conditions of constant consumption that put our body under stress and destroy our health.
Drinking good tea is an opportunity to be in good shape, maintain health and keep up with what is happening.
About the benefits of Sencha green tea.
Sencha green tea is a noble taste drink made from the leaves of the camellia senensis tea tree, which are grown in the historical terroirs of Japan (a combination of unique soil, humidity, altitude and an acceptable amount of sunlight for cultivation).
After harvesting, the leaves are steamed for a minute. This avoids the oxidation of the product and preserves the entire combination of unique natural trace elements and amino acids.
Catechin in the composition of Japanese tea leaves is the basis for the acid-base balance in the human body. This is what makes Sencha green tea a unique and organic product with limitless possibilities for human vitality.
The high level of antioxidants that this tea contains helps to cleanse the body of toxins, tone up and have a beneficial effect on the human immune system. And also, regular consumption of green tea Sencha leads to normal cholesterol levels, helps to reduce blood sugar and normalizes the metabolism in the body.
And yet, this drink from the leaves of camellia senensis contains substances that preserve tooth enamel and prevent gum diseases.
Having appreciated all the advantages of this drink, you will feel the need to bring Sencha green tea to your diet, getting amino acids and vitamins that are important for the viability of your body. You will bring to your modern rhythm of life the opportunity to experience the beauty of good health.
Preparation of Sencha tea.
To get all the benefits of Sencha tea-it is necessary to brew it correctly.
First of all, forget about the metal utensils for making a drink from the leaves of Japanese green tea, because metal destroys the taste characteristics of any tea. Use ceramics or porcelain for infusing tea, and strictly adhere to the temperature regime of 80-85 degrees Celsius.
If you want to get the right experience in making Sencha, the Tea Master in our Chafe will be happy to advise you, share information about the benefits of each type of tea from our range.
We offer you the opportunity to taste the unique Japanese Sencha tea and experience the versatility of its taste.
The range includes several types of this green tea: standard, premium, elite. Each of them has the advantages that nature has given them.
Japanese green tea Sencha, which is presented in the collection of the space Chafe, carries the experience of many years of production of our partners from Japan. In this way, we create a space where there is the authenticity of the art of modern tea drinking.
Japanese leaf tea is a noble taste of the drink made from the leaves of the camellia senensis tea bush, which are grown in the historical terroirs of Japan.
Catechin in the composition of Japanese tea leaves is the basis for the acid-base balance in the human body.
The high level of antioxidants that this tea contains helps to cleanse the body of toxins, tone up and have a beneficial effect on the human immune system.
In the Chaism collection, you will find Japanese leaf teas grown according to medieval technologies in Japan: Sencha, Gyokuro, Karigane, Kabusecha, Genmaicha and Hojicha.
All types are presented in three categories: standard, premium and elite.
In Chaism, there are also unique limited-edition Japanese leaf tea Sencha and Gyokuro, which are the winners of the Japanese championships.
Japanese leaf teas can be prepared in three ways:
brew with hot water infuse in cold water infuse the pulp of the tea leaf with ice.
We invite you to visit our Chafe space and learn from our Henow expert detailed information about the possibilities of Japanese leaf teas.
At Chafe, you can taste different types of Japanese tea, appreciate the variety of taste and aftertaste, and gain your own experience of the modern art of tea drinking.