Green Tea

Green Tea

What sets green tea apart from other varieties is the minimal oxidation it undergoes during production. This preserves the natural freshness of the leaves, resulting in a expansive flavor spectrum of tastes and aromas. From the vibrant, grassy notes of Sencha to the rich, umami depth of Gyokuro, each cup embodies a story, a journey through the lush tea gardens of Japan or the misty hills of China. Green tea's charm lies in its ability to surprise and delight, inviting tea enthusiasts to savor its evergreen allure. 
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Shinto Matcha N°320Shinto Matcha N°320

Green Tea

Shinto Matcha N°320

Green Tea

Matcha, a finely ground organic Japanese green tea for daily enjoyment

360 kr 400 kr
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Hojicha Powder N°331Hojicha Powder N°331

Green Tea

Hojicha Powder N°331

Green Tea

A roasted organic green tea from Japan

330 kr
Good Day Variety BoxGood Day Variety Box

Tea Blend

Good Day Variety Box

Tea Blend

A set of organic tea blends, masterly composed for your daily pleasure

210 kr
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Mahō Matcha N°308Mahō Matcha N°308

Green Tea

Mahō Matcha N°308

Green Tea

A finely ground Japanese green tea for culinary purpose

535 kr
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Konomi Do Matcha N°321Konomi Do Matcha N°321

Green Tea

Konomi Do Matcha N°321

Green Tea

A finely ground green tea of the highest grade for ceremonial use

580 kr
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Good Day Variety Teabag BoxGood Day Variety Teabag Box

Tea Blend

Good Day Variety Teabag Box

Tea Blend

A set of organic tea blends, masterly composed for your daily pleasure

210 kr
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Hanami Flush N°902Hanami Flush N°902

Green Tea

Hanami Flush N°902

Green Tea

An organic First Flush Sencha from Japan with a deep umami flavor

290 kr
THE TEA VARIETY WITH
THE MOST DELICATE FLAVORS.
The Perfect
Steep
Preparing green tea is an artform in itself. To avoid bitterness, steep the leaves at around 70 degrees Celsius. Additionally, remember not to steep green tea for too long; a couple of minutes should suffice. Experiment with water quality; many prefer using filtered or spring water to enhance the tea's flavor. Explore this centuries-old tradition and make it your own for a truly delightful tea experience.
GREEN
ISN'T
JUST GREEN
When people in China and Japan talk about tea, they're most likely referring to green tea, despite their respective green teas tasting quite different. In Japan, tea leaves undergo a meticulous process of steaming to create that unmistakable sweet umami flavor. In contrast, China practices the art of dry roasting the leaves in a wok to craft unique toasty aromas.

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