FREE UK DELIVERY Orders over £25 / Wholesale Orders over £50

Fancy a cuppa?



Add Brewing Equipment

We recommend in-cup infusers for brewing and our stainless steel tea caddies for storage.


Green Tea


Contains caffeine


1.5 Minutes





JAPANESE SENCHA GREEN TEA - No. 1 Delicate and delicious


Green Tea


Japanese Sencha is light, very refreshing and more delicate than its Chinese counterpart.

The flavour of Japanese Sencha is often described as vegetal or grassy, we also call it delicious!

The leaves are slightly steamed after picking to prevent oxidisation, locking in the fresh green colour and flavour. The leaves are then rolled which gives them their unmistakable long, thin shape.

Japanese Sencha: also a treat served over ice.

Try adding cucumber, mint and a squeeze of fresh lime juice to make this lovely refreshing drink  from The Spruce Eats.

For a blend, try mixing some of our Japanese Sencha with our soothing sweet Peppermint tea; brew as usual and enjoy the combo.

Other uses for Japanese Sencha

Green tea is full of antioxidants, but you don’t just have to drink it to reap the benefits. We found these fantastic face mask recipes using green tea along with some storecupboard staples.


See Our Brewing Solutions:

Mug InfuserFor Life Loose Leaf Teapot with Infuser

Share this page:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on pinterest

The professional brewer’s choice…

We have just started asking for reviews, we would love to hear yours.  If there is no review here yet, you could be first!

Customer Reviews
5.0 Based on 5 Reviews
Write a Review Ask a Question
  • Reviews
  • Questions

Thank you for submitting a review!

Your input is very much appreciated. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too!

Filter Reviews:
    Wee Tea Company JAPANESE SENCHA GREEN TEA - No. 1 Delicate and delicious Review

    Fabulous! I love green tea, this ones splendid!

    catherine c.
    GB GB
    Wee Tea Company

    Thank you Catherine, your 5 star review really means a lot to us. you are the best!!

    • On average, how many cups of tea do you drink each day? 12-34-56-1010
    Great green tea

    Loose leaf Japanese sencha, infused at lower than boiling and only for a minute or so. Delicate flavour, fresh aroma.

    Brendan G.
    GB GB
    Wee Tea Company

    Thank you Brendan! You really hit the nail on head with your brewing suggestion.

    • On average, how many cups of tea do you drink each day? 12-34-56-1010
    phil C.
    GB GB
    Wee Tea Company

    Thank you for your 5 star review for the Wee Tea Company Phil. It's always nice to have a change now and then.

    • On average, how many cups of tea do you drink each day? 12-34-56-1010
    Reminds me of my favourite Japanese restaurant

    Great purchase, easy to manage online and delicious tea, thanks you!

    Catherine W.
    GB GB
    Wee Tea Company

    I remember when we could visit restaurants... and finally we can again. Hopefully you can visit them again and enjoy some more food and tea soon. In the mean time, we are humbled by you choosing our Japanese Sencha to get you through.

    • On average, how many cups of tea do you drink each day? 12-34-56-1010

    Its was easy and communication was great as my tea did not arrive so more was sent out and I received it with in 48 hours. which is a fantastic service.

    Hazel C.
    GB GB
    Wee Tea Company

    Thank you for your great review Hazel! We always hate whenever our customers are separated from their tea delivery and so we always strive to reunite you as soon as possible. We are so glad you chose us!

    Pyramid Tea Bag Promise

    Question: Are your pyramid tea bags degradable? Answer: YES.

    Question: Are your pyramid teabags compostable? Answer: YES.

    Polylactic acid or PLA is a thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch, tapioca roots, chips or starch, or sugarcane. This is degradable and is considered compostable. PLA doesn’t disappear overnight, it requires a good temperature to help it degrade. This is why we recommend that you put used pyramid tea bags into your local council compost and don’t just throw them in the garden.

    If you really want to help the environment we suggest you use loose leaf teas.

    We offer more variety of loose leaf teas and loose blends are always less expensive than our tea pyramids.

    Most Popular Teas & Infusions

    Wee Tea Company Magazine