- Sencha A pale yellow green Japanese tea tending light liquoring and smooth with reasonable depth and body. Sencha has long, slender, deep green leaves and is often used in Japanese tea ceremonies. The aroma is mellow and the flavor is naturally sweet, brothy and vegetal. 175ºF / 80ºC (Steep* 1-2 min)
- Dragonwell (Lung Ching) China’s most popular tea has a sweet, rounded flavor, perhaps reminiscent of freshly roasted white corn. Full, nutty and buttery texture and pleasant dry finish. A truly satisfying cup of green tea. 175ºF / 80ºC (Steep* 1-2 min)
- Genmaicha A specialty Japanese green tea (normally a high grade of Japan Sencha) that is blended with fire-toasted rice. The fresh vegetative character of the green tea is imparted on the cup but it is tempered with the bakey-like character of the rice. There is a natural sweetness and almost chewy character to the finish of this tea. During the firing of the rice, it is not uncommon for rice to ‘pop’ not unlike popcorn, hence the pet name ‘popcorn-tea’. 175ºF / 80ºC (Steep* 1-2 min)
- Jasmine Dragon Tears is an excellent green tea with an aromatic Jasmine flavour. It is made from the top two leaves and a bud of new season growth. The liquor is light and the cup has a hint of sweetness. An exceptional Jasmine tea! 175ºF / 80ºC (Steep* 1-2 min)
- Formosa Gunpowder A Taiwan green tea with strength and captivating green tea taste. The tealeaves are specially selected for quality, size and style. The tight curl gives gunpowder a long shelf life – a prized attribute. 175ºF / 80ºC (Steep* 1-2 min)
- Chunmee is a green tea that is sweet, with hints of an almost Sencha like clover-butteriness, grassy notes and a long exceptionally smooth finish. 175ºF / 80ºC (Steep* 1-2 min)
- Hojicha is a Japanese Green tea that is rendered brown by roasting Bancha (a summer crop tea, harvested after Sencha) tea leaves. A customer favorite, with a toasty nutty flavor and slightly mesquite note. Earthy and warm quality, soothing, clean finish. 175ºF / 80ºC (Steep* 1-2 min)
* Steeping times are suggested and will vary by personal preference.