Which green tea is best for you?
Netto Gyokuro. High grade gyokuro
from Uji. This
tea has a wonderful naturally sweet aroma and a crisp
Uji Tezumi Gyokuro. The highest quality gyokuro from Uji. This tea is slightly sweeter than Netto Gyokuro and is among the finest gyokuro teas in Japan.
Netto Sencha. A paler infusion than Fukamushi cha and has a clean, slightly astringent taste. It is delicious with all meals from meat and potatoes to seafood to vegetarian.
Fukamushi Sencha. 100% certified organic sencha. It brews to a consistency like matcha but sweeter. This tea has a delicious, grassy taste. Fukamushi cha is famous for its rich emerald color.
Matcha. High quality gyokuro that has been ground to a very fine powder. This tea is whipped to a bright green froth. For connoisseurs our Houn no Uji matcha is of the highest quality.
Genmaicha. The combination of quality sencha, puffed brown rice (genmai) and a bit of matcha give this tea a delightful toasted barley taste and a rich green color. Genmai cha has a very low caffeine content.
Organic Powdered Sencha. Like matcha it is a powdered tea and you consume the leaves with the tea. It has a slightly sweeter taste than matcha. It is not ground as fine as matcha so no matcha bowl or whisk is required for preparation.
Teabags. Our teabags are user-friendly and contain fresh, high quality sencha and gyokuro.
Shincha. A freshly harvested sencha leaves. A spring harvest tea and available in for a limited time.
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