About our tea
Most of our japanese tea comes from Yame. Yame is a renowned region in the south of Japan, famous for its high quality green tea. The pristine weather and soif add special flavor and taste to the tea. Take a break to enjoy one of the most treasured Japanese secrets of health and relaxation. Yamecha is well known for its rich flavor with little bitterness or astringency.
Sencha green tea is the most popular green tea in Japan. Sencha can be classified into many grades in terms of quality. While average grade Sencha is drunk at home and served with meals at restaurants, high grade Sencha is often served on special occasions in Japan.
To make delicious Sencha, prepare boiled hot water, and then wait till it cools down to about 70°C. In the meantime place Sencha leaves in a teapot, and then pour the hot water into the pot and steep for 1.5 minutes. Finally, pour Sencha tea into cups to the last drop.
Genmaicha tea is a mixture of green tea leaves and roasted rice. It is popular among tea lovers because of the combination of its grassy flavor of green tea and nutty flavor of roasted rice.
Matcha is powdered green tea mainly used for tea ceremonies in Japan. It is made by grinding fine green tea leaves on a stone mill. Recently, Matcha tea is also used as a key ingredient for making cakes, ice cream, cappuccino, and other foods and drinks.