How to Make Cold-Infused Sencha

Sencha is a Japanese green tea with thin, needle-like leaves that have a deep jade hue. Known for its mild and inviting vegetal character, our Sencha is grown in the verdant fields of the up-and-coming Kagoshima region.  

Cold Infused Sencha

Making your own cold-infused Sencha is inspiringly easy to prepare at home. Simply place Smith Teamaker Sencha leaves in cold water and allow them to steep overnight in the refrigerator. We recommend measuring 1 teaspoon of leaves for every 8 ounces of water. Strain the leaves in the morning to enjoy this refreshingly soft and naturally sweet beverage, lightly caffeinated to start your day or recharge your afternoon.