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Soba-cha / Japan, Nagano

Soba is the Japanese word for buckwheat. Roasted buckwheat kernels are made into a grain tea called sobacha. It has a delicious nutty, malt flavor,...
Soba-cha / Japan, Nagano
$9.50 (50g)

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Sencha Tsuki (Moon) / Japan, Shizuoka

This artisan sencha is from Shizuoka, a small tea plantation in a mountain beside Tenryu (Heavenly Dragon) river. Pure and clear as its mother river,...
Sencha Tsuki (Moon) / Japan, Shizuoka
$11.95 (50g)

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Organic Sencha Superior “Kyo”

An affordable organic sencha with a fresh herb perfume, a pleasant astringency and a slight bitterness. With sprouts of the first pick of the year,...
Organic Sencha Superior “Kyo”
$6.95 (50g)

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Organic Hoji-cha (roasted sencha)

“Hoji” means “to roast” in Japanese. Hojicha is a roasted sencha tea leaves with a brown color infusion and a toasted nutty flavor. It has a hint of...
Organic Hoji-cha (roasted sencha)
$7.95 (50g)

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Organic Genmaicha (sencha with roasted brown rice)

Known as pop-corn tea. Genmai (brown rice) cha is a blend of roasted organic brown rice and organic sencha. High quality organic brown rice makes a...
Organic Genmaicha (sencha with roasted brown rice)
$7.95 (50g)

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Nibancha (second harvested tea)

Bancha leaves are the lower leaves on the tea bush, and are normally picked in the second harvest. That’s why it’s called as nibancha = second...
Nibancha (second harvested tea)
$11.95 (50g)

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Macha (powdered green tea)

This stone grinded powdered green tea is made from the highest quality Gyokuro (Tencha) tea leaves. Highly valued for its nutritional constituents...
Macha (powdered green tea)
$9.95 (50g)

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Karigane

The stems of Gyokuro and high grade sencha only are called “Karigane”. The limited quantity because the stem portion is only 10% of all tea leaves....
Karigane
$12.95 (50g)

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Kabusecha (sencha from sun diffused plantation)

Same as Gyokuro, Kabuse-cha (kabuse means “to cover” in Japanese) is grown under diffused sunlight. Shading sunlight makes tea sweeter and richer....
Kabusecha (sencha from sun diffused plantation)
$20.00 (50g)

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Gyokuro Tawara / Japan, Kyoto, Uji

Gyokuro from Uji Tawara, blended (gogumi) by M.Otani. Thick but smooth texture with a floral note, and a persistant aroma lingering very long. This...
Gyokuro Tawara / Japan, Kyoto, Uji


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