Around the world, most green teas are roasted for a smooth, mellow flavor. However, Japanese green teas such as Asamushi Sencha, Yame Gyokuro and Genmaimatcha are steamed, resulting in a vibrant green color and "vegetal" (vegetable-like, "green" or grassy) flavor. Learn what makes each Japanese green tea unique in this illustrated guide to Japanese green teas.
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|Asamushi Sencha Japanese Green Tea||Fukamushi Sencha Green Tea||Gyokuro Japanese Green Tea||Matcha Japanese Green Tea|
|Genmaimatcha Japanese Green Tea|
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