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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.
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.
Houjicha Loose 125g
‘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. This Houjicha uses Gyokuro’s stalk, so it has got very strong sweet aroma and delicate flavour. It is low in caffeine compared to other teas.
Spring Tea 125g
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.
Shiraore Tea 250g
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.