This Japanese GREEN TEA is produced from the freshest spring/April 2020 1st harvest leaves, and specifically grown in Shizuoka, about 90 miles southwest of Tokyo and not far from Mount Fuji. A light-steam firing is done to have a much fresher, greener fla
100% MatCha, premium Sakura (Hikari cultivar) ceremonial grade of powdered green tea. From the historic tea gardens of Uji, Kyoto prefecture, Japan. Ceremonial grade is almost always prepared plain (no sweetener, milk or flavorings). SEE BELOW FOR DETAIL.
100% MatCha from Nishio city, Aichi prefecture, Japan. Culinary/cooking grade is less expensive and has a stronger flavor than drinking grade, so it can be tasted even when mixed with other ingredients in beverages like MatCha Lattes, food, and desserts.
100% MatCha from Uji city, Kyoto prefecture, Japan. Premium grade is in between, less expensive than Ceremonial grade, but much better tasting than culinary/cooking grade. Good quality and good value, SEE BELOW FOR DETAIL.
This later spring harvest, “shade grown” and naturally sweeter GREEN TEA is the finest Japanese loose leaf tea, and specifically grown in Fukuoka, in the most southwestern portion of Japan. SEE BELOW FOR DETAIL.
Our Anji Flaf Leaf is also called An Ji Bai Cha, or "white tea from Anji" due to its ghostly light green color, but it is really processed and recognized as a green tea. It is fairly rare, grown specifically and uniquely in Anji County, Zhejiang Province
This Japanese GREEN TEA is produced from blending 1st and 2nd harvest leaves, and specifically grown in Shizuoka, about 90 miles southwest of Tokyo and not far from Mount Fuji. This is the classic Japanese tea which constitutes over 80% of tea consumption
100% Organic MatCha, a ceremonial grade (Saemidori cultivar) of powdered green tea. From the tea gardens of Shizuoka, Japan. This ceremonial grade is almost always prepared plain (no sweetener, milk or flavorings). SEE BELOW FOR DETAIL.
Hikari, meaning "bright", this ultimate ceremonial grade MatCha was produced by the tea research center in the famous Uji tea region near Kyoto. The taste is rich, creamy and sweet with lightly vegetal notes and almost no astringency. SEE BELOW FOR DETAIL