Bancha (‘common tea’): refers to tea leaves harvested during the second and third crops in the summer and autumn. Bancha usually contains larger leaves and upper stems. Its caffeine content is lower if compared to sencha.
Net ; 100g
COLOR: Light yellow
AROMA: Neutral with notes of grass and hay
FLAVOUR: Simple, very little astringency
AFTERTASTE: Thin and clean
NOTE ON ORGANIC TEAS
Organic teas are made from plants grown free from synthetic pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers.
But why choose organic? While it is true that some pesticides and fertilizers are removed during tea processing, many of these chemicals are water soluble... which means that they are in the leaf structure and they are removed from the tea leaves during steeping. When you drink an organic tea, you get nothing but pure flavors, aroma and all its healthy nutrients. Safe for you and the environment!