Direct from Japan, Bancha is very similar to Japanese Sencha. Bancha is made from the second picking of Sencha and is less bitter than other caffeined tea with a nutty and sweet flavor.
A refreshing blend of lush green tea with pomegranate and blueberry enhanced with antioxidant-rich gojiberry. Excellent hot or iced.
A delicious synergy between fresh Sencha green tea, lush blueberry and rich vanilla to create a smooth and subtle cup. So soft and gentle on your tongue. Perfect for a cozy afternoon.
Decaffeinated Japanese Sencha green tea. This tea brews bright liquor and has slightly brisk taste. Typically harvested in fall.
A traditional blend of Earl Grey but with premium green tea. Lots of white buds and delicate green tea leaves. A nice change of pace for Earl Grey lover!
Gyokuro is considered one of the highest grades of tea available in Japan. The name means “Jade Dew” and refers to the pale green color of the infusion. The tea bush is shaded at least two weeks before harvest to increase its sweet flavor.
A unique Japanese green tea that is roasted, straying from traditional methods of pan frying or steaming the leaves. Reddish- brown leaf color, with a toasty and caramel flavor. Low in caffeine. Perfect for after dinner.
Traditional Japanese Sencha often used in tea ceremonies. Tending light liquor and smooth flavor with bright yellowy infusion and a mild vegetal aroma.
One of the most divine teas with fragrance of fresh cut jasmine blossoms. Tender long leaf tips are hand rolled into small pearls, which will unfurl as they steep. Can be re-steeped up to 3 times.