Sword - is a rather interesting kind of Sencha. The admixture of tea crumbs and rolled into balls tea buds characterize this tea. In terms of quality, the sword is better than ordinary Sencha, but it costs much cheaper.
The more intense taste and sweet.
Konach - Which is a dust nowhere after manufacture and packaging and sencha gokuro not disappear. He is a little bit cheaper than Sencha, and requires less time for brewing. Often in restaurants with a dry tea is served with sushi or packaged in tea bags.
Bunch - aka "yanagicha" one of the teas, Which is Characterized as low quality sencha. It is made of large coarse leaves, collected at the end of the season, and as a result of pruning tea bushes. It can easily be Considered branches and cuttings, and this is not surprising, since it is one of the cheapest and easiest Japanese tea, Which is not the intended for export.
Sometimes a bunch gives an unpleasant taste of the fish, as the Japanese abundant use of fish waste as fertilizer.
Hodžić - roasted Sencha. It is produced from low-quality Sencha. Tea deep fried roasted until a specific smell.
Tea and tea leaves in shiny brown. In normal Senche they are more even. Hodzic is brewed in the usual way of infusion and do not do it more than a minute. Color is highly similar to the weakly brewed tea. This tea is not subtle flavoring and aromatic Nuances.
Mainly tea is designed for quenching thirst or zapivaniya food. Theanine and caffeine it contains scanty in Quantities.
Hodzic is often recommended to use the elderly, children and people with health problems.
Genmaicha - sencha is a combination of air and roasted brown rice. The drink is slightly cloudy in appearance with a light yellow-brown hue, he makes tea and rice aroma with notes of roasted pumpkin seeds. It feels like this is like tea and soup, Which poured coffee. Then it will be possible to have a snack of rice, Which will remain at the bottom of the cup. This dish is very well suited to people who are on a diet.
The Japanese drink it often is remove the feeling of hunger without burdening the stomach.