How to Brew: Sencha for One

About Yamato

“When I first went to Japan and had a cup of green tea, I knew. This was the real deal. Growing up with a love of
Japanese culture, I had tried to like the tea, but found it bitter and haylike.
It wasn’t until 2014, in a small restaurant in Tsukiji, Tokyo, I realized how sweet and refreshing it could be.
After taking some home with me, and doing some research, it turned out that much of the green tea in Danish
supermarkets was either of lesser quality or had been sitting on the shelf for too long.
This is still true, and a great shame! Which is why I have made it my mission to share with the world tea of
the highest quality and freshness, the same tea that sits on the Japanese dinner table and very soon, the one
used in tea ceremonies across Japan.”

Thank you for reading, I hope you will enjoy our tea.

– Josephine O. Ø. Kjær,
Founder of