Shinko Sencha


This lightly roasted sencha blend's name means"deep roast aroma." Shinko's fresh nutty body and salty sweet undertones taste of toasted oat and fresh cut wheat, in a perfectly baked pastry crust. Try iced.


A blend of hand-plucked Yabukita, Okuhikari, Shizuka 7132, and original Japanese varietals grown and roasted by Konishi-san, a small tea farmer in Shizuoka, Japan.

Brewing Instructions

8 oz Cup

  1. Scoop a level teaspoon of tea into infuser.
  2. Heat water to 175° F.
  3. Pour 8 oz. of water over tea leaves.
  4. Steep tea for 2-3 minutes (depending on taste preference).
  5. Remove infuser and enjoy tea. Can be steeped multiple times.


Simply add to your infuser one level teaspoon of leaf per 8 oz. of water and place it in your pot, then add the appropriate amount of 175° F water and let it steep for 2 to 3 minutes. Remove the infuser and enjoy. Can be steeped multiple times.

Brewing Iced Tea

As with some of our other extremely fine loose-leaf teas, we do not recommend drinking Shinko over ice.