About Green Tea

Green teas are almost completely unoxidized, which allows the leaf to retain its vibrant green color and antioxidant properties. This minimal oxidation is also what gives the tea an overall gentler and subtler taste, aroma, and brewed cup.

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Wild Needle King

This prize-winning tea has a great fresh aroma and the taste is mellow, complex, with sweet

Sencha

This lovely Sencha comes from a small family-owned tea garden. It brews up clean and fresh with

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About Green Tea

Green teas are almost completely unoxidized, which allows the leaf to retain its vibrant green color and antioxidant properties. This minimal oxidation is also what gives the tea an overall gentler and subtler taste, aroma, and brewed cup.

Brewing Green Tea

Green teas are prepared with water between 160 and 175 degrees, and are typically steeped from 1 to 3 minutes. Try infusing your green tea leaves multiple times and observe the difference between infusions. Doing so may deepen your understanding and enjoyment of your tea’s personality and characteristics.

Visual Cues: If you don’t have a variable temperature water heater or a thermometer, it’s still possible to get your water to the appropriate temperature.
160F At this temperature, tiny, pin-size bubbles start to appear. These are first bubbles to appear on your water’s surface as the temperature rises. These bubbles are called “shrimp eyes” and indicate that the water is at a perfect temperature for delicate green teas. Very green, especially Japanese greens are great at this temperature.

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