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Tea

+ Loose Leaf Tea

  • Gyoukuro Ceremonial


    Gyokuro Ceremonial is grown, picked, processed and packaged all at its peak to maximize the sweetness, a characteristic of Gyokuro variety green tea.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 150-170°F hot water for 2-3 minutes. Makes 12-16 cups, and re-steep!

  • GYOKURO ICHIBAN


    Gyokuro Ichiban is one of the best quality green tea, carefully harvested, processed and packaged to deliver its distinguished aroma and sweet taste.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 150-170°F hot water for 2-3 minutes. Makes 12 - 16 cups, and re-steep!

  • KONACHA with MATCHA


    The powder that results from processing the leaves and the stems become the source of Kona-cha. Using a fine strainer, boiling water is poured over the powder for a perfect brew.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 190-220°F hot water for 20 seconds. Makes 20 - 25 cups.

  • GENMAI-CHA with MATCHA


    Genmai-cha tea combines fine quality Sen-cha, roasted rice and a touch of Matcha powder for a perfect blend of mellow, yet bitter-sweet taste.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 180-220°F hot water for 1 minute. Makes 20 - 25 cups, and re-steep!

  • HOJI-CHA


    Hoji-cha tea is roasted at a temperature between 320-360°F, which reduces the amount of tannin and caffeine. The resulting-flavor is a very mild green tea recommended for all ages.

    How to prepare: Use 2 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 190-210°F hot water for 1 minute. Makes 55-60 cups, and re-steep!

  • SAEMIDORI FUKAMUSHI SEN-CHA


    Saemidori is Sen-cha which has a well-balanced robustnesss and sweetness in addition to a mellow and noble flavor. Fukamushi, a deep-steamed green tea, brews a bright green color which attracts the eyes.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 160-190°F hot water for 1-2 minutes. Makes 15-20 cups, and re-steep!

  • FUJIKAORI SEN-CHA


    Fujikaori is a special type of Sen-cha which is characterized by an elegant and floral, jasmine-like aroma. This tea has a delicate sweet flavor.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 165-190°F hot water for 1-2 minutes. Makes 15 - 20 cups, and re-steep!

  • BENIFUKI KO-CHA (BLACK TEA)


    The Japanese black tea, Benifuki, is named after its bright vermilion color and is wonderfully aromatic. This tea has a mellow taste and pleasant fresh flavor. It is great to drink by itself or can be enjoyed as milk tea if strongly brewed.

    How to prepare: Use 2 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 190-200°F hot water for 1-2 minutes. Makes 15-20 cups.

  • ORGANIC KABUSE-CHA


    Kabuse-cha tea is a Sen-cha grown in the shade to increase sweetness and relaxing amino acids.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 165-190°F hot water for 1-2 minutes. Makes 15-20 cups, and re-steep!

  • ORGANIC SEN-CHA


    Sen-cha tea is the most popular green tea and made from fine quality Sen-cha leaves, offering a perfect harmony of bitterness, sweetness and aroma.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 165-190°F hot water for 1-2 minutes. Makes 15-20 cups, and re-steep!

  • ORGANIC BAN-CHA


    Ban-cha tea is green tea which is harvested from the second flush of Sen-cha between summer and autumn.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in boiled water for 30 seconds. Makes 25-30 cups, and re-steep!

  • TAMARYOKU SEN-CHA


    Tama-ryoku-cha means “coiled-green-tea” as it is named after the particular shape of the leaves by using pan-frying methods during the drying process. Tamaryoku is Sen-cha which has a unique and flavorful aroma with a grassy tone. Since Tamaryoku-cha is less astringent, it pairs well with all types of cuisine.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 165-190°F hot water for 1-2 minutes. Makes 15-20 cups, and re-steep!

  • 2016 NEW CROP FIRST FLUSH SEN-CHA


    First flush Sen-cha is made with newly picked green tea from the spring of 2016. In Japan, people enjoy this newly picked green tea every year as they welcome the arrival of spring. Enjoy the flavor and aroma of the fresh and young green tea leaves.

    How to prepare: Use 1 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 170-185°F hot water for 1-2 minutes. Makes 15-20 cups, and re-steep!

  • 2016 NEW CROP FIRST FLUSH GENMAI-CHA with MATCHA


    First flush Genmai-cha is made with first flush green tea picked during the spring of 2016 and is mixed with roasted rice. Genmai-cha is characterized by a rich taste, color and strong aroma attributed to the roasted rice. Enjoy the flavor and aroma of Genmai and the freshness of the young green tea leaves.

    How to prepare: Use 2 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in 180-220°F hot water for 1-2 minutes. Makes 10-15 cups, and re-steep!

+ Tea Bags

  • GYOKURO


    Gyokuro is characteriazed by its crystal clear deep-green color along with Gyokuro's unique balance of bitterness and sweetness.

    How to prepare: Steep 1 tea bag in a large cup for 2 minutes with hot water around 160-170°F.

  • SEN-CHA


    Sen-cha is made from fine quality Sen-cha leaves with a touch of Matcha powder, offering a perfect harmony of bitterness, sweetness and pleasant aroma.

    How to prepare: Steep 1 tea bag in a large cup for 1 minute with hot water around 175-190°F.

  • HOJI-CHA


    Hoji-cha tea uses fine quality Sen-cha, which is roasted at a high temperature (350°F) to enhance its toasted flavor.

    How to prepare: Steep 1 tea bag in a large cup for 1 minute with hot water around 200°F.

  • GENMAI-CHA with MATCHA


    Genmai-cha combines fine quality Sen-cha, roasted rice and a touch of Matcha powder for a perfect blend of mellow yet bitter-sweet taste.

    How to prepare: Steep 1 tea bag in a large cup for 1 minute with hot water around 200°F.

  • ORGANIC SEN-CHA with MATCHA


    Sen-cha tea is made from fine quality Sen-cha leaves, offering a perfect harmony of bitterness, sweetness and aroma.

    How to prepare: Steep 1 tea bag in a large cup for 30-60 seconds with hot water around 180°F.

  • ORGANIC GENMAI-CHA with MATCHA


    Genmai-cha tea combines fine quality Sen-cha, roasted rice and a touch of Matcha powder for a perfect blend of mellow yet bitter-sweet taste.

    How to prepare: Steep 1 tea bag in a large cup for 30-60 seconds with hot water around 180°F.

  • MUGI-CHA (BARLEY TEA)


    Mugi-cha is roasted barley tea and is a refreshing caffeine-free beverage used as a home remedy since ancient times. Enjoy a beautiful color, nutty flavor and mellow taste!

    How to prepare: For iced tea, place one tea bag into a pitcher, add a half-gallon of filtered water, and remove the bag after letting it steep in the refrigerator for a couple of hours. For hot tea, place one tea bag into a pitcher, add a half-gallon of filtered hot water, and remove the bag after letting it steep for 5 minutes.

+ Flavored Tea

  • GREEN SPICE


    Green Spice has a distinct cinammon aroma followed by a sweet flavor. Enjoy the bold exotic taste from the spices and clean after taste.

    How to prepare: Use 2 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in about 180°F hot water for 2-3 minutes. Makes 10-15 cups.

  • BERRY GREEN


    Enjoy the vivid pink color of hibuscus. It has a refreshing brisk taste with a touch of tartness.
    How to prepare: Use 2 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in about 180°F hot water for 2-3 minutes. Makes 15-20 cups.

  • GREEN SOLSTICE


    Green Solstice has a lemon citrus flavor with a touch of ginger.

    How to prepare: Use 2 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in about 180°F hot water for 2-3 minutes. Makes 10-15 cups.

  • GREEN WORLD CUP


    Enjoy the sweet caramel aroma with a taste of green tea.

    How to prepare: Use 2 tsp of tea for every 8-12 oz of water, and steep in about 180°F hot water for 2-3 minutes. Makes 10-15 cups.

+ Matcha

  • CEREMONIAL


    Ceremonial quality Matcha contains green tea powder from Japan. Its quality and emerald green color makes it ideal for the tea ceremony.

    How to prepare: Measure 1/2 tsp of matcha and place into a bowl. Pour 4 oz of hot water (158-176°F), then whisk well.

  • EVERYDAY


    Matcha Everyday is the wise choice for nutrients, enjoyment and value in addition to containing green tea powder from Japan.

    How to prepare: Measure 1/2 tsp of matcha and place into a bowl. Pour 4 oz of hot water (158-176°F), then whisk well.

  • CULINARY


    Matcha Culinary is green tea powder from Japan and is the perfect ingredient for enhancing any recipe with the full flavor of green tea.

    How to prepare: Measure 1/2 tsp of matcha and place into a bowl. Pour 4 oz of hot water (158-176°F), then whisk well.

  • ORGANIC


    This organic matcha is made from shade-grown green tea leaves from Japan, and has a smooth and mellow taste.

    How to prepare: Measure 1/2 tsp of matcha and place into a bowl. Pour 4 oz of hot water (158-176°F), then whisk well.

+ Matcha EZ

A ready-to-use, matcha-based powder, Matcha EZ mixes easily in your favorite drink and can be used as a cooking ingredient. Try our various Matcha EZ selections to help boost your favorite beverage or dish.

  • ORIGINAL


    Green tea’s smooth and fresh green flavor. Enjoy traditional Japanese green tea!

  • GENMAI


    Genmai is roasted rice often used in tea. Its savory, toasted flavor goes nicely with matcha.

  • SWEETENED


    Refreshing green tea flavor with a light sweet taste!

  • YUZU SWEETENED


    Yuzu is a tart yellow citrus fruit that goes surprisingly well with matcha. Try the combination yourself and see!

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