TWG Emperor Sencha

My first encounter with TWG’s (The Wellness Group), a Singapore-based tea company, tea was really when I was on a staycation at Moevenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa. TWG’s Paris-Singapore Tea was the first tea that I tried from TWG. It wasn't my favorite but I like trying out new things.

Finally, I managed to find an opportunity to try the TWG Emperor Sencha. The packaging states that it is a “subtle and invigorating” Japanese green tea that is ideal during and after a meal. If you don’t know already, TWG teabags are sewn in a cotton teabag, giving the leaves in the bag ample of room to expand during infusion.

Basically the TWG Emperor Sencha tea is, as its name suggests, a green tea that has a light refreshing taste and a milder aroma and flavor than its Chinese counterpart; subtle and invigorating indeed. It doesn’t have that bitter after taste that comes with drinking some green teas (without sugar). I won't say that this is my favorite flavor, but I did like it. ^^

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