Australian Sencha Green Tea


Australian Green Tea, Pesticide-free. Preservative-Free. No Added Sugar.


This product contains Caffeine. This product may contain traces of other allergens due to cross-contamination.

Product Origin

Product of Australia

Australian Sencha Green Tea



This Australian Green Sencha Tea is grown without pesticides, on a small boutique plantation in Victoria that strives to work in harmony with the environment. Sencha is a premium tea of leaves from the summer to autumn harvest. The Green Tea is steamed, rolled and dried within 12 hours of harvesting – to ensure the highest quality is maintained; replicating the traditional Japanese processing methods that have been followed for centuries. This Green Tea has a delightfully fresh, full-bodied flavour and aroma. A wonderful pesticide-free, Australian product containing no added fillers or bulking agents; and free of the food-miles associated with imported teas. Deliciously refreshing, enjoy Australian Green Tea as a hot or cold beverage; or in the kitchen as a unique flavour boost to sweet and savoury recipes.

How to Use:

Brew a traditional pot of this pesticide-free Australian Green Sencha Tea and enjoy. Try with a little honey, a slice of lemon, fresh ginger or with milk to taste. Combine Australian Green Tea with your selection of dried herbal teas to create your own delicious blends. Make a refreshing iced Green tea with lots of sliced lemon and lime, or squeeze in pearls of finger lime – irresistible. Or used iced Green tea as a delicious fresh base for a fruit punch including pomegranate juice, sliced oranges and fresh berries. Infused Australian Green Tea is an exciting addition to homemade ice-cream, gelato and puddings; or can add a subtle layer of flavour when smoking fish and meats.


Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight.

Shelf Life:

6 months when stored as above.

Part of the proceeds of this Bush Tucker range product are proudly donated to the Watarrka Foundation: supporting the education of aboriginal children in outback central Australia.

Images for illustrative purposes only.

Product: #5313