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Japanese Tea

Tea arrived in Japan via china in 805, it is held with great reverence and custom. The Japanese tea ceremony is so interwoven into the fabric of the country’s tradition and life. Teas are usual steamed and unfermented. Brew very lightly, it is argued, with water just off the boil. Milk or lemon is not used.

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Sencha (green)
Large flat leaf green in colour, produces a fresh cowslip liquor. Its acquired taste is quite unique, you must try it!
Pineapple & Coconut Sencha (China green)
This lovely soft green tea is refreshing and  tastes remarkably like a piña colada (without the alcohol and calories).
Cherry Sencha (green)
A Sencha green tea refined with high-quality sour cherry pieces and a tempting cherry flavour. A Japanese classic.
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Strawberry & Lychee Sencha
This elegant green tea blend offers a round and intense taste experience sweet , fruity, smooth and flowery notes. Decorated with rose petals and Jasmine blossoms.
Cinnamon & Plum Sencha
This delicious green china tea is full of warm autumnal flavours, cinnamon and plum, what a loveley combination!
Passionfruit, Mango & Guava
A pure fruit infusion that makes a fabulous iced tea in the summer and a delicious warming brew when hot! Cuddle up in front of the fire together and sip a cup of passion together!
Genmai Cha (green)
Bancha leaf with added toasted and popped rice! A light brown infusion, slightly earthy and popcorny in flavour.
Bancha (green)
A later picking of the same sencha leaf. It is a courser cut leaf, flavour is weaker, makes an excellent cold drink.
Mango Sencha
Pure green China tea  scented with a delicious aroma of Mango's
Kukicha is sometimes considered a by-product of tea production, as it is created from the split stems of the picked leaves. But rather than being a second quality tea it in fact has a delicious, refreshing taste all its own. With the added plus it usually has even less caffeine than other green teas.
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