The dry leaf of this tea has a dark, rich colour. Whilst the dry leaf of this tea is primarily broken, there are a few larger leaves sprinkled throughout.
The unbrewed and brewed aroma of this tea has the grassy sencha smell that makes my tea blood move. With this tea, I would highly recommend that you use the following brewing method. Using 80C degree water is highly advisable, as it produces a vibrant limeish-green liquor that is not bitter and retains the delicate grassy and sweet characteristics of the tea.
I would recommend this tea for those seeking out a bargain sencha for everyday drinking that tastes and smells high-quality. The tea reminds me very much of the type of sencha that you would get a nice Japanese restaurant/sushi bar.
My review: 3.75/5