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sen·cha

 (sĕn′chə)
n.
Green tea whose leaves have been steamed to prevent oxidation, rolled, and then dried, typically producing a bright yellowish-green infusion.

[Japanese (literally, "decocted tea," since sencha is steeped in a teapot, unlike matcha, the form of tea more common in Japan until the 18th century, which is mixed with hot water in the bowl from which it is drunk) : sen, to simmer, decoct, steep (from Middle Chinese tsian, to fry in shallow oil, simmer) + cha, tea; see chanoyu.]
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Whether a hanging basket in a shape of a crescent moon (Image 1), sweets bowl in the shape of a shell (Image 2), a serving dish (Image 3), side-handled sencha tea pot with accompanying water cooler and five cups (Image 4), or a used water container with emerging frog (Image 5), the works each engage and enliven the senses of sight, touch, taste, smell and hearing via handling Rengetsu's ceramics, consuming the food and drinks they serve and reading the poetic words aloud scribed on the object's surface.
Master distiller Desmond Payne added Japanese sencha tea and Chinese green tea (Beefeater's founder was a prominent tea merchant) to the botanical mix.
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