Ceremonial Grade Matcha 20g

**Limited supplies available**
Distinguished by its superior aroma, full body, and malty finish, this ceremonial matcha is sourced from Ippodo, one of the most prestigious sources for Japanese green teas. This matcha exhibits excellent flavor and color and is a breeze to whisk.

Passionfruit Jasmine - Award Winning

This award winning blend of select black tea and green teas, jasmine blossoms, and passionfruit essence has a long lasting, sweet flavor and astounding aroma that carries well hot and as a refreshing iced tea.

Japanese Cherry

Deep steamed organic green tea blended with rose petals and essence of cherry. Steeps a heavenly floral cup with a sweet and fruity finish.

Happy Tea

The name of this tea alone is enough to put a smile on anyone's face. This tea will lift your spirits and tantalize your palate.  Happy Tea is an organic and utopian bliss. Sweet, succulent strawberries are perfectly balanced by the tangy effervescence of fresh hibiscus flowers intertwined with the indulgent, floral scent of jasmine. This tea carries this slightly stimulating guayusa tea to a place that could only be described as 'Happy' with a capital 'H'!

 

Moroccan Mint

Organic peppermint and spearmint hand blended with organic gunpowder green tea. This tea is great hot and is great over ice as well. The cool, soothing mint adds a refreshing touch to any meal. Also available in our Eco Pyramid Teabags here.

Green Tea


Green teas are the teas that are primarily consumed in Asia. Japan for example only produces green tea. The leaves are placed for 20 to 30 seconds in large iron basins heated to about 100 Celsius. This operation destroys the enzyme that causes fermentation. The leaves, then, remain green. In Japan, this process is accomplished by exposing the leaves to steam. The leaves are then rolled. As for black tea, the smaller and more tightly rolled the leaf, the more robust the tea, as more components are released. The drying process allows some evaporation of the water contained in the leaves to prevent mould. Finally, sorting is the step where the grades are separated out. Just as for black tea, the process uses sieves or screens of different calibers.

 

Green Tea

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