Sencha Cherry Rose Green Tea 100g

Shop Now


Brand: Simpli-Special

  • Unbelievable Cherry Bakewell Flavour: This is like a mug of Cherry Bakewell tarts: with a delicious sweet and sour cherry taste that is light and smooth with floral accents of rose and a good amount of body from sencha green tea.
  • Sencha Tea: Made to Japanese specifications in the Hunan province, an area known for its excellent Japanese-style teas. Combined with rose petals farmed in the Nile delta in Egypt to make a truly exquisite tea experience.
  • Master of Ceremonies: Sencha is the revered tea of Japanese tea ceremonies. This ritualised cuppa is designed to embody ‘Wabi Sabi’: a quiet and sober refinement. Our blend is more experimental but we believe the experience of drinking our sencha Kyoto cherry rose green tea is transformative.
  • Tea as it should be: Freshly hand-packed to order. Shipped fast and free from the UK. We guarantee you’ll love our teas if you don’t just reach out to us. Vegetarian, vegan, nut-free, soy-free, sugar-free, dairy-free, gluten-free.
Report Abuse
Category: Tag:


Kyoto is the cultural centre of Japan. Several centuries ago Kyoto was the religious capital of Japan. The relics of this past are evident throughout the city. Besides the multitude of temples that dot the city and the wonderful parks where religious scholars once walked, the city has more the 1000 Torjii – those typical gate/arch structures that one associates with Japan.

The Torjii are large with the top shaped like a curved samurai sword (respect) and the two pillars are solid and stately (well being).

During the springtime, this area of Japan is ablaze with the new season cherry blossoms and the air is filled with a sweet aroma. (The rose petals in this blend are intended to simulate these delicate cherry blossoms and the flavour is reminiscent of the beautiful smells that waft on the springtime breezes.)

It is little wonder that this ancient city has a very high ratio of tearooms and this tea was created to honour (very important in Japan) this wonderful time of the year.


  • Hot tea brewing method: Heat water to 180°F or 80°C. Place 1 teaspoon of green tea per cup (and add 1 teaspoon for the pot) into the teapot.
  • Pour the water into the pot and let it steep for about 3 minutes.
  • Pour into your cup and enjoy. Alternatively, put the tea in a tea infuser and brew right in your cup.
  • When preparing by the cup, this tea can be used repeatedly – about 3 times.
  • Iced tea brewing method: Make as for hot, but add extra tea – when the tea has cooled a little, pour over ice.

Do you have a question?

Drop us a line by filling in the form below.