• Kukicha Green Tea Quick View
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    • Kukicha Green Tea

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    • Kukicha is a special type of Japanese Sencha tea (see below). Unlike common Sencha teas, the leaf material used for Kukicha contains a portion of stems. Just like Sencha tea, Kukicha comes in various qualities. On that score, our Kukicha is mainly based on tender leaf stems. These are mixed with leaves of a high-grade Sencha tea of the spring…
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  • Mountain-Grown Nara Native Yamatomidori Sencha Quick View
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    • Mountain-Grown Nara Native Yamatomidori Sencha

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    • Mountain-Grown Nara Native Yamatomidori Sencha is a traditional Sencha tea from Fumiaki Iwata's natural, pesticide- and fertilizer-free "Kitorode" tea garden in Tsukigase, a city in Japan's Nara Prefecture, southeast of Kyoto and Osaka. In the infusion, the finely crafted, unusually long, fir-green needles produce a characteristically shimmering light-green cup that offers an idiosyncratic sweetness in taste, embedded in a roundelay…
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  • Sencha Fuji Quick View
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    • Sencha Fuji

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    • Sencha is the most popular tea in Japan. Our Sencha Fuji, coming from the year's first spring picking at Mount Fuji, is a Sencha tea of elevated class. What makes it stand out from the mass of customary Sencha teas, is for once the gentle mildness of its slightly grassy to delicate hay-like basic flavor. Then, it's the tender sweetnees,…
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  • Sencha Gokuijo Quick View
    • Sencha Gokuijo Quick View
    • Sencha Gokuijo

    • 6,3033,90
    • Sencha Gokujo, about translating to 'best quality Japanese green tea', fully lives up to its name. As an unshaded Sencha tea of the first spring picking (April) with a picking standard of young spring buds and leaves only, this green tea from the north of Kagoshima prefecture is almost a rarity on the western tea market. The fertile volcanic soils…
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  • Tamaryokucha Green Tea Quick View
    • Tamaryokucha Green Tea Quick View
    • Tamaryokucha Green Tea

    • 5,8029,90
    • Tamaryokucha (tama = gemstone, ryoku = green, cha = tea) is a special type of Japanese Sencha tea (see below). Unlike common Sencha teas, however, Tamaryokucha leaves are not rolled into the characteristic needle shape after steaming, but are open-rolled, in orientation at the Chinese role model. Our Tamaryokucha comes from the prefecture of Myazaki on the island of Kyushu,…
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