Green Teas

This type of tea is becoming increasingly popular in the Western world for its well-known health benefits. In Asia, green tea has always been the most consumed tea and it largely prevails all other types of tea. This type of tea expands a universe of aromas far beyond the coarse “green” taste of the widespread commercial category. Due to the fact that it is often incorrectly brewed, green tea is often wrongly defined as bitter, a characteristic that applies only to few green teas. Its delicate leaves require a steeping temperature of relatively warm water (between 65 and 85 C), depending on the type of leaves.

When properly brewed, its delicate aromatic oils could provide, for example, an herbaceous and vegetal aroma with hints of floral bouquet, asparagus, mango, spinach, seaweed, almond, etc. The concentration of caffeine varies from one batch to the other depending on the size of the leaves; making it a good ally in the morning, an invigorating afternoon beverage or a soothing digestive after a meal.

List of our green teas:

China

Anji Bai Cha
Bai Cha Long Jing
Bi Luo Chun
Dazhang Yun Wu
Du Hua Ping
Fuding Mao Jian
Gunpowder
Gu Zhu Zi Sun
Huang Shan Mao Feng
Liu An Gua Pian
Long Jing Xi Hu
Sichuan Ming Cha
Taiping Hou Kui
Wuyuan Xian Zhi
Wu Liang Cui Ming
Zhejiang Mao Jian
Zhu Ye Qing

Japan

Gyokuro Koyama
Houjicha
Kabusecha Jikagise
Kamairicha
Matcha Asahi
Matcha Uji
Matcha – grade cuisine -
Sencha Ujitawara
Sencha Hokuen
Sencha Ashikubo
Sencha Honyama
Sencha Fukamushi Makinohara
Sencha Mori
Sencha Fukamushi Obuku
Sencha Midori

Vietnam

Tan Huong

South Korea

Je Ju Do