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    How to make SENCHA

    Pour boiled water into tea cups. *Around 80ml per tea cup. 

    Put tea leaves into tea pot using 2 to 3g per person.(2g = 1/2 tbsp)

    Once water in tea cups cool to ​80°C/176F to 90°C/203F pour into teapot.

    Wait 1minutes.  Pour evenly bit by bit back and forth from cup to cup.

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