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1) Seasonal Tea

Seasonal Tea

This tea comes from the Yame region, which is known for its mild flavoured teas. This particular one is a seasonal tea, which is made from fresh new leaves picked in the early spring. These are then stored during the summer months to give extra flavour.

125g

£14.00

   
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2) Seasonal Tea

Seasonal Tea

This tea comes from the Yame region, which is known for its mild flavoured teas. This particular one is a seasonal tea, which is made from fresh new leaves picked in the early spring. These are then stored during the summer months to give extra flavour.

50g

£7.00

   
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3) Mare Kabuse Ore

Mare Kabuse Ore

This tea is made from ‘Gyokuro’ tea leaves’ grown in the ‘Yame’ region of Japan. It produces a deep green colour and has the mildest flavour of all the teas. ‘Gyokuro’ is a superior tea, which was originally used as a medicine. This particular tea uses the stalks rather than the leaves, and it has a sensational taste.

125g

£14.00

   
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4) Mare Kabuse Ore

Mare Kabuse Ore

This tea is made from ‘Gyokuro’ tea leaves’ grown in the ‘Yame’ region of Japan. It produces a deep green colour and has the mildest flavour of all the teas. ‘Gyokuro’ is a superior tea, which was originally used as a medicine. This particular tea uses the stalks rather than the leaves, and it has a sensational taste.

50g

£7.00

   
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5) Fuka Mushi Kabuse

Fuka Mushi Kabuse

This tea is a mixed one called ‘Fuka mushi tea’ and ‘Kabuse tea’. It has the traditional green tea’s hint of punchy bitterness, yet a delicate mildness. ‘Fukamushi tea’ is made through an extra steaming process, so it gives strength of taste, and ‘Kabuse tea’ leaves are shaded from sun before picking, so the tea retains its mildness. This interesting combination makes fantastic ‘Sencha’ tea.

125g

£14.00

   
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6) Fuka Mushi Kabuse

Fuka Mushi Kabuse

This tea is a mixed one called ‘Fuka mushi tea’ and ‘Kabuse tea’. It has the traditional green tea’s hint of punchy bitterness, yet a delicate mildness. ‘Fukamushi tea’ is made through an extra steaming process, so it gives strength of taste, and ‘Kabuse tea’ leaves are shaded from sun before picking, so the tea retains its mildness. This interesting combination makes fantastic ‘Sencha’ tea.

50g

£7.00

   
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7) Genmai Tea

Genmai Tea

‘Genmai’ tea has a nutty flavour. This particular ‘Genmai’ tea use roasted rice and ‘Macha’ tea (Powder tea which is used for tea ceremony), and ‘Sencha’ tea. Normally ‘Genmai’ tea is known as ‘cheap and cheerful’, but this careful combination makes for superior flavour. The on first pouring deep green colour comes from the ‘Macha’ tea powder.

150g

£8.00

   
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8) Genmai Tea

Genmai Tea

‘Genmai’ tea has a nutty flavour. This particular ‘Genmai’ tea use roasted rice and ‘Macha’ tea (Powder tea which is used for tea ceremony), and ‘Sencha’ tea. Normally ‘Genmai’ tea is known as ‘cheap and cheerful’, but this careful combination makes for superior flavour. The on first pouring deep green colour comes from the ‘Macha’ tea powder.

75g

£4.50

   
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9) Gyokuro Tea bags 25 bags

Gyokuro Tea bags 25 bags

There are two grades of green tea leaves: one is superior quality ‘Gyokuro’ and other is normal ‘Sencha’ green tea. ‘Gyokuro’ has a darker colour and slightly stronger taste. Originally ‘Gyokuro’ was drunk by aristocrats in Japan as a medicine. Since it is grown and produced with extra care, it is normally quite expensive. It is very rare to be able to get it in tea bag form.

50g

£7.00

   
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10) Premier Sencha Tea bags 25 bags

Premier Sencha Tea bags 25 bags

These tea leaves are picked around May time, and during Summer they are stored for an extra length of time. This extra storage enhances the flavour. Leaves for tea bags are cut smaller than those for loose tea, in order for the flavour to infuse properly. So these teabags taste just as good as the loose tea - there is no compromise in quality.

50g

£5.50

   
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11) Sencha Tea bags 25 bags

Sencha Tea bags 25 bags

This is the standard grade of ‘Sencha’ green tea. Since this tea farm’s standard is very high, it is extremely pleasant to drink. Fresh green tea produces a green colour and fresh taste instantly. You don’t need to leave it to brew in hot water. The green colour naturally comes out from the tea leaves.

50g

£4.50

   
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12) Genmaicha Tea bags 25 bags

Genmaicha Tea bags 25 bags

‘Genmai’ tea has a nutty flavour. This particular ‘Genmai’ tea is made with roasted rice, ‘Matcha’ tea (Powder tea which is used for tea ceremony) and ‘Sencha’ tea. Normally ‘Genmai’ tea is known as ‘cheap and cheerful’, but in this case, the careful combination makes for a superior flavour. The deep green colour comes from the ‘Matcha’ tea powder.

50g

£4.50

   
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13) Houjicha Tea bags 25 bags

Houjicha Tea bags 25 bags

‘Houjicha’ is roasted green tea. It is commonly drunk in the Kanto area around Tokyo, whereas people from the Kansai area tend to drink more sencha. This particular ‘Houjicha’ produces a spetacular aroma and flavour. Since it is quite strong, you need to take out the teabag almost immediately after pouring on water, when the tea is still a light colour. One bag can then be used several times. It is low in caffeine compared to other teas.

50g

£4.50

   
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14) Matcha Japanese Instant Green Tea (35 sticks)

Matcha Japanese Instant Green Tea (35 sticks)

Instant may sometimes be regarded as inferior or cheap, but there is nothing inferior about the quality and flavour of this instant green tea. It is carefully made by grinding ‘macha’ leaves into a fine powder. This is used for the Tea ceremony in Japan. An ideal product for people on the move, or for use in hotel bedrooms etc.


£7.00

   
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15) Matcha Japanese Instant Green Tea (70 sticks)

Matcha Japanese Instant Green Tea (70 sticks)

Instant may sometimes be regarded as inferior or cheap, but there is nothing inferior about the quality and flavour of this instant green tea. It is carefully made by grinding ‘macha’ leaves into a fine powder. This is used for the Tea ceremony in Japan. An ideal product for people on the move, or for use in hotel bedrooms etc.


£14.00

   
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16) Shiraore

Shiraore

This tea uses ‘Gyokuro’ stalks and some leaves. This has a fairly mild flavour compared to other varieties, but is quite economical to drink. If you drink green tea a lot, and wish to economise, then this is a very good one to have, since it is excellent quality at a reasonable price.

250g

£16.00



Connoisseur Corner

In this corner, I would like to introduce some very authentic Japanese tea, which isn’t widely available.
Matcha is famous for its use in the tea ceremony, but there are two kinds of Matcha, ‘Koicha’ (Thick tea) and ‘Usucha’ (thin tea).
Authentic Gyokuro is different from ordinary green tea:- you make it in different way, and appreciate it in a different way. You can experience the depth of Japanese green tea from this tea.
   
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17) Matcha ‘Hoshi no mukashi’ (Usucha)

Matcha ‘Hoshi no mukashi’ (Usucha)

Usucha is standard Matcha, and looks like normal green tea with froth. This is used for larger group tea ceremonies. This particular matcha is regularly used by ‘Edo Senke Meishinan’ (Tea Master) You use roughly one tea spoon for one Matcha cup.

20g

£12.00

   
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18) Matcha ‘Seiho’ (Koicha)

Matcha ‘Seiho’ (Koicha)

Koicha is used for making thick tea (no froth). Normally it is used for small group tea ceremonies, and the same cup of Koicha is shared between the whole group. It is said that this type of tea ceremony is very special and the quality of tea leaves is slightly better than the other one. It looks like thick potage soup, so you use 3 tea spoon per person.

20g

£15.00

   
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19) Yame Hon Gyokuro

Yame Hon Gyokuro

This Gyokuro is grown in the traditional way and the quality is second to none. You need to make it with tepid water at 40 degrees. Like the tea ceremony, the making of this tea needs to be precise. It has quite a different flavour from normal green tea. Some Japanese Gyokuro connoiseur enjoy this incredible delicacy. Once you master how to make proper Gyokuro, you will be a true connoiseur of green tea.

50g

£14.00

   
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20) Spring Tea

Spring Tea

This is a blend of Fuka mushi tea with its mature taste, Matcha powder, and new fresh spring leaves carefully stored from the first harvest of the season. This tea produces a brilliant light green colour and has a consistently mild flavour. It makes an ideal addition to your tea collection.

125g

£14.00

   
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21) Gyokuro loose tea

Gyokuro loose tea

This tea has a distinct delicate Gyokuro flavour and is different from 'Yame Hon Gyokuro'. We recommend you use a tea pot. It is easy to make, tasting good even with water heated to between 70 - 80 degrees, whereas some other Gyokuro teas require more specific temperatures in order to taste good.

125g

£25.00

 
If you wish to cancel your order, you have 7 days in which to do so from the date of receipt of goods. In this case the goods must be returned in perfect condition for re-sale. We will refund the cost of the goods, but postage and packing will need to be met by you. In the case of defective goods, please return them to us for scrutiny and we will refund or replace them and cover the cost of normal delivery and packaging.

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