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If you are new to loose-leaf green tea, why not start with Top Leaf Green Tea or Monk's Choice Green Tea. These two perennial bestsellers offer a traditional baseline flavor, spanning the full depth and breadth of the green tea flavor spectrum. These teas are also forgiving when it comes to steeping — they can be brewed on the weak side and still deliver palate-pleasing flavor, or brewed on the strong side to delight with refreshing zest.

 



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Monk's Choice™ Green Tea

A flavorful but accessible green — crisp, earthy, and smooth.

Artisan: Koji Nagata, Aso City, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Earthy and bright

Taste: Full-bodied, rich

$9.95 per 100-gram packet

Monk's Choice™ is the grower's most popular tea among his Japanese customers for its full herbaceous flavor complimented perfectly with brisk citrus overtones and a subtle berry-like sweetness. This is truly a tea you can sip all day.

 

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This steamed sencha is of the tamaryokucha ("curly green tea") type (also known as guricha), the most popular style on the island of Kyushu. Unlike the straight leaves of ordinary sencha, tamaryokucha leaves are curled during the tea-crafting process. This and other differences give tamaryokucha its distinctive fresh taste and muted astringency compared to some senchas. The rich volcanic soils of the Mt. Aso foothills, where this tea is grown, make for an exquisitely rich flavor and a hearty aroma, but without the bite that comes from other soil types.

Packaging. Monk's Choice™ Green Tea comes vacuum-sealed for freshness in resealable, standup foil packets. Each packet contains 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of tea, enough to make 40–50 cups of brewed tea.

How to brew. Use 1 teaspoon of tea leaves for an 8-ounce cup with strainer. If using a teapot, use 1 teaspoon of tea for a small teapot or 2 teaspoons for a family-size teapot. The water temperature should be about 75 degrees Celsius (167 degrees Fahrenheit). If you don't have a thermometer, just heat the water until small bubbles begin to appear on the bottom of the pot, then remove from heat. (More on water temperature here.) For the first steeping, let the tea brew for about 2 minutes. For the second and third steepings, let the tea brew for 30 seconds to 1 minute. After each steeping, be sure to remove the leaves from the water — if using a strainer — or pour out all tea from the teapot.

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Harmony Tea™ — Green Tea with Roasted Brown Rice

A savory, nutty flavor in harmony with earthy goodness..

Artisan: Koji Nagata, Aso City, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Nutty, roasted grains

Taste: Smooth, slightly savory, subdued astringency

$9.95 per 100-gram packet

Harmoney Tea™ is a genmaicha — green tea mixed with roasted brown rice. The rice imparts a nutty, toasty flavor that makes genmaicha one of the most popular types of green tea in America. Unlike some tea growers, this artisan roasts his own rice, which he buys from local farmers. (During roasting, some of the rice grains pop like popcorn. This popped rice is also included in the mixture to enhance the flavor.)

 

More about Harmony Tea™

Harmony Tea™ begins with a premium sencha, similar the artisan's Monk's Choice green tea, to which is blended just the right amount of flavorful roasted brown rice, to strike a perfect balance between the nutty savoriness of the rice and the rich, herbaceous artisanal guricha-style tea, so that one flavor doesn't mask the other. Even the guricha's overtones of melon and berry are preserved in the overall flavor profile.

Packaging. Harmony Tea™ comes vacuum-sealed for freshness in resealable, standup foil packets. Each packet contains 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of tea, enough to make 40–50 cups of brewed tea.

How to brew. Use 1 heaping teaspoon of tea for each 8 ounces of water. Brew in a cup with a wide, deep tea basket or in a teapot. The water temperature should be about 75 degrees Celsius (167 degrees Fahrenheit). (More on water temperature here.) For the first steeping, let the tea brew for 2 minutes. For the second and third steepings, let the tea brew for about 1 minute. After each steeping, be sure to remove the leaves from the water — if using a strainer — or pour out all tea from the teapot.

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Top Leaf™ Green Tea

The youngest, topmost leaves. Refined aroma and flavor.

Artisan: Koji Nagata, Aso City, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Lightly earthy, tangy, semi-sweet

Taste: Clean, creamy, softly tangy, with grapefruit overtones

$14.95 per 100-gram packet

This is our top-of-the-line honcha, or traditional green tea. Top Leaf™ Green Tea is specially pampered in its own separate corner of the tea orchard. Not only does this tea receive extra fertilizer (organic, of course) during the growing season, but at harvest time, the growers pick only the top layer of young tea leaves. The result is a distinctive, more subtle, gentler flavor. This tea is always first flush.

Top Leaf™ won first place in its category the 2011 North American Tea Competition.

 

More about Top Leaf™

You will taste the careful craftmanship with which this amazing green tea is made. Treat yourself to one of the best green teas in the Aso tea-growing region—Mellow Monk® Top Leaf™ Green Tea.

Packaging. Top Leaf™ Green Tea comes vacuum-sealed for freshness in resealable, standup foil packets. Each packet contains 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of tea, enough to make 40–50 cups of brewed tea.

How to brew. Use 1 teaspoon of tea leaves for an 8-ounce cup or mug. Use a wide, deep strainer to give the tea "room to bloom." For teapots: using 1 teaspoon for a kyusu or small, single-serving teapot, or 2 teaspoons for a family-size teapot. The water temperature should be about 75 degrees Celsius (167 degrees Fahrenheit). If you don't have a thermometer, just watch for the little bubbles that appear on the bottom of the pot. Once they appear, the water is ready. (For more on water temperature, see here.) For the first steeping, let the tea brew for about 2 minutes. (After each steeping, be sure to remove the leaves from the water — if using a strainer — or pour out all tea from the teapot.) For the second and third steepings, let the tea brew for about 30 seconds to 1 minute.

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Kuma Green 1228™ Sencha Green Tea

A tasty artisanal sencha from Kuma County, Kyushu

Artisan: Kazuo Watanabe, Sagara Village, Kuma County, Kumamoto

Tea aroma: Earthy and sweet

Tea flavor: Succulent, with light citrus notes and sweet apple and grape highlights

$17.95 per 100-gram packet

A brightly herbaceous guricha-style sencha, with a gentle sweetness with fruity highlights — apples, melon, and white wine grapes — as well as citrus notes and a hint of jasmine. [Note that this is not jasmine green tea; the hint of jasmine is naturally present in the tea.] Made from yabukita tea plants grown in the rolling hills of Kuma County, tended and crafted into tea by artisan Kazuo Watanabe.

More about Kuma Green 1228™

Kuma Green 1228™ is the culmination of all the teamaking skills of a dedicatedly traditional artisan, Kazuo Watanabe, who personally tends to his plants, harvests the leaves, and turns them into guricha-style sencha green tea of the highest quality. The tea's delicate flavors dance upon the palate supported by a firm foundation: an exquisite balance among all four of the basic green tea flavor components of amami (sweetness), umami (savoriness), nigami (bitterness), and shibumi (astringency).

The name "Kuma Green 1228™" refers to the address of Mr. Watanabe's estate in Sagara Village, in Kumamoto Prefecture's Kuma district. This area is renowned for traditional tea estates ensconced among its gently rolling hills, whose rich soil and ideal water drainage provide the yabukita plants with a wonderfully nurturing environment in which to thrive.

Mr. Watanabe is a two-time recipient of Japan's prestigious Minister's Award for his dedication to quality. He tends to his plants with what can only be called tenderness. In the documentary Japan, Where Japan's Green Tea Grows, he says his tea plants are like his children, and this dedication to high-quality teacrafting is abundantly evident in every sip of this smile-inducingly delicious tea.

Packaging. Kuma Green 1228™ Green Tea comes vacuum-sealed for freshness in resealable, standup foil packets. Each packet contains 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of tea, enough to make 40–50 cups of brewed tea.

How to brew. Use 1 teaspoon of tea leaves for an 8-ounce cup or mug. Use a wide, deep strainer to give the tea "room to bloom." For teapots: using 1 teaspoon for a kyusu or small, single-serving teapot, or 2 teaspoons for a family-size teapot. The water temperature should be about 75 degrees Celsius (167 degrees Fahrenheit). If you don't have a thermometer, just watch for the little bubbles that appear on the bottom of the pot. Once they appear, the water is ready. (For more on water temperature, see here.) For the first steeping, let the tea brew for about 2 minutes. (After each steeping, be sure to remove the leaves from the water — if using a strainer — or pour out all tea from the teapot.) For the second and third steepings, let the tea brew for about 30 seconds to 1 minute.

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Mountain Snow™ Powdered Green Tea

Finely powdered matcha-style tea made from sencha varietals.

Artisan: Kazuo Watanabe, Sagara Village, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Fresh and clean

Taste: Vibrant and full flavored, slightly sweet

$16.95 per 95-gram packet

Made from the yabukita sencha cultivar, Mountain Snow™ delights with the sweetly herbaceous tastiness of sencha and less bitterness than conventional matcha. The smooth, silky powder dissolves easily in hot or cold water.

 

More about Mountain Snow™

Mountain Snow™ is the product of our dedicated growers' careful teacrafting skills, from cultivating and harvesting their pampered tea plants to steaming and milling the succulent leaves. This powdery delight is made from the same high-grade steamed green tea as the grower–artisan's other senchas. Careful, thorough milling produces a fine powder that readily dissolves into hot or cold water, yielding an incredibly tasty brew — a full-bodied foundational flavor with a bright, succulent sweetness but less bitterness than conventional matcha.

Packaging. Mountain Snow™ Powdered Green Tea comes vacuum-sealed for freshness in resealable, standup foil packets. Each packet contains 95 grams (3.5 ounces) of tea, enough to make 40–50 cups of brewed tea.

To brew hot, fill a cup with boiled water and add 1/4 of a teaspoon of powder, then mix briskly. To brew cold, add 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of tea powder to an empty bottle or other sealable container, then add a couple of teaspoons of water, seal the bottle, and shake vigorously until the powder forms a clump-free paste. Then fill the container the rest of the way with water, seal again, and shake vigorously. If cold-brewing in an open cup, add a teaspoon of water to the tea powder and use a spoon or chopstick, etc., to muddle the tea powder into a smooth paste, then fill the cup with water and mix vigorously with the spoon.

(Some settling may occur in cold-brewed tea. When that happens, simply shake or stir the tea again.)

You can even incorporate green tea into your culinary life—simply sprinkle a spoonful onto any dish right before eating, or add it during the cooking process, for a delightful, tasty touch of green tea goodness.

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Blissful Buds™ Green Tea

Green tea made from young buds and shoots..

Artisan: Koji Nagata, Aso City, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Softly succulent

Taste: Sweet, with hints of berry

$17.95 per 100-gram packet

Blissful Buds™ is a mecha, or bud tea, made from young buds and shoots. The aroma is pleasantly herbaceous. The flavor is full and deep, with an apple-like sweetness and overtones of berry and a lightly tangy aftertaste.

 

More about Blissful Buds™

Blissful Buds™ is made by picking the small young buds at the pinnacle of the tea plant — the leaves richest in catechins. These tender leaves yield a refreshingly sweet infusion, redolent of apples, with berry-like tangy overtones and much less astringency than conventional senchas. This type of tea is also served at the end of a meal at fine Japanese restaurants. (In sushi lingo, this type of tea is referred to as agari.)

Packaging. Blissful Buds™ Green Tea comes hermetically sealed for freshness in resealable, standup foil packets. Each packet contains 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of tea, enough to make 40–50 cups of brewed tea.

How to brew. Use 1 teaspoon of tea leaves with 8 ounces of water, as in a mug or single-serving teapot. Use 2 teaspoons with a large, family-size teapot. The water temperature should be about 75 degrees Celsius (167 degrees Fahrenheit). (For more on water temperature, see here.) For the first steeping, let the tea brew for 2 minutes. (After each steeping, be sure to remove the leaves from the water — if using a strainer — or pour out all tea from the teapot.) For the second and third steepings, let the tea brew for about 30 seconds to 1 minute.

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Frosty Garden™ Green Tea

Green tea with some white stems. Exquisitely mild.

Artisan: Koji Nagata, Aso City, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Lightly herbaceous

Taste: Creamy sweetness with a hint of citrus-like zest

$17.95 per 100-gram packet

Frosty Garden™ is a shiraore (also known as karigane), a tasty sencha mixed with some white leaf stems. That, plus a slightly different tea-crafting technique, results in a uniquely "soft" tea—a lightly herbaceous aroma, a gentle, creamy sweetness with nutty overtones, hints of sage, and a savory finish. This tea is always first flush—made from the first harvest of spring leaves.

 

More about Frosty Garden™ Green Tea

Frosty Garden™ combines high-grade Kumamoto-style guricha with tea leaf stems. The stems, in addition to being rich in theanine, impart a creamy sweetness that exquisitely compliments the herbaceous sweetness of the leaves to yield a savory flavor. Being less sweet and astringent than ordinary sencha allows nutty, savory overtones to come through. The light, citrusy aftertaste hints of sweet lime or sugared lemon zest. Frosty Garden™ is a wonderful change of pace for tea aficionados. In Kumamoto, where Frosty Garden™ is made, this type of tea is often given as a gift on occasions like New Year's or as an ochugen, or summer gift.

Packaging. Frosty Garden™ Green Tea comes vacuum-sealed for freshness in resealable, standup foil packets. Each packet contains 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of tea, enough to make 40–50 cups of brewed tea.

How to brew. Use 1 teaspoon of tea for an 8-ounce cup or mug. For brewing in a mug, use a wide, deep strainer to give the leaves room to bloom. Use water heated to about 75 degrees Celsius (167 degrees Fahrenheit). Even without a thermometer, you can tell when the water reaches this temperature by the small bubbles that form on the bottom of the pot. (More on water temperature here.) For the first steeping, let the tea brew for about 2 minutes. For the second and third steepings, let the tea brew for about 30 seconds to 1 minute. After a steeping, be sure to remove the leaves from the water — if using a strainer — or pour out all tea from the teapot.

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Just-Right Roast™

Lightly roasted green tea in sachets. Brews cold into a smoky, subtly nutty, thirst-quenching infusion.

Artisan: Kazuo Watanabe, Sagara Village, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Smoky and slightly nutty

Taste: Savory, with hickory overtones

$13.95 per packet (100 grams of tea in 12 sachets)

This is the most flavorful iced tea we have ever tasted — and it can also be cold brewed! Crafted by Kazuo Watanabe, a single-estate tea grower-artisan in Kumamoto, this artisanal tea is made by lightly roasting traditional green tea in just the right way to make it perfect for cold-brewing a tasty, aromatic infusion. You would never think a beverage made from green tea could taste like this, but it does — nutty and slightly savory, with a smoky aroma and nutty overtones. This tea comes in high-quality sachets for quick, easy brewing.

Just-Right Roast won first place in its class at the North American Tea Competition three years in a row — 2012, 2013, and 2014. (Formerly known as Lightly Roasted Iced Green Tea.)

 

More about Just-Right Roast

Just-Right Roast is an amazingly flavorful tea with a smoky, slightly nutty aroma and a savory taste, with hickory overtones. This tea is made from green tea — similar to the same artisan’s Kuma Green 1228 — which the artisan carefully roasts with the just the right light touch. This imparts a nutty roasted flavor while also preserving tantalizing hints of the original green tea flavor, for a unique flavor profile among Japanese hojichas or iced teas, for that matter.

The roasting process used by this grower greatly lowers the tea's caffeine content, making this perfect not just for daytime thirst-quenching but for dinnertime or even late-night sipping. The clean, roasted tea taste is also fabulous after a hard workout — or a hard day at the office.

Packaging. Just-Right Roast comes in a resealable, standup foil packet. Inside are 18 sachets of tea, each made of a fine, clothlike mesh. Contains enough leaf to make 18 quarts of cold-brewed tea.

How to brew. Put 1 sachet of tea in a 1-quart pitcher and fill with cold or room-temperature water. (Or use 2 sachets for a 2-quart pitcher, etc. Use less tea for a light, gentle infusion or more for a rich, full-flavored brew.) For best results, use mineral water or water passed through a charcoal filter. Place the pitcher in a refrigerator and let chill and infuse for at least 4 hours. Before pouring, shake the tea around in the pitcher. If possible, use a container with a water-tight lid — such as an empty juice container that's been washed and rinsed thoroughly — and shake vigorously before pouring. The sachets can be left in the pitcher until all of the tea is consumed.

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Crimson Grove™ Black Tea

Smoky aroma, sublimely sweet tastiness.

Artisan: Koji Nagata, Aso City, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Smoky

Taste: Brisk and lightly sweet, with overtones of nutmeg

$16.95 per 100-gram packet

How about a nice change of pace? Crimson Grove™ is black tea (kocha, or "crimson tea" in Japanese) made from the leaves of green tea varietals grown in the pristine foothills of Mt. Aso. Gently harvested leaves are only lightly fermented compared to conventional black tea, for a sweetness not found in ordinary black teas.

 

More about Crimson Grove™

Crimson Grove™ is a special presence in the world of tea — a black tea made with leaves from the same green-tea cultivars used to make traditional sencha. The flavor is brisk and clean, with a green-tea-like sweetness and a smoky, nutty taste, finishing with overtones of nutmeg. If you like, say, English breakfast tea, you will be positively enchanted by this tea. So order up some scones and brew up a pot of Crimson Grove™.

Packaging. Crimson Grove™ Black Tea comes vacuum-sealed for freshness in resealable, standup foil packets. Each packet contains 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of tea, enough to make 40–50 cups of brewed tea.

How to brew. Use 1 teaspoon of tea leaves when brewing in an 8-ounce cup with a tea basket or tea ball. Use 1 teaspoon for a small teapot or 2 teaspoons for a family-sized teapot. The water temperature should be close to boiling (about 100 degrees Celsius or 212 degrees Fahrenheit). Be careful when handling hot water. For the first steeping, let the tea brew for 2 to 3 minutes. For the second and third steepings, let the tea brew for about 1 minute. CAUTION: After brewing, allow the tea to cool a little before drinking. (After each steeping, be sure to remove the leaves from the water — if using a strainer — or pour out all tea from the teapot.)

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Blissful Buds™ Bagged

Green tea made from young buds, just like loose-leaf Blissful Buds™ — but in convenient, flavor-neutral sachets.

Artisan: Koji Nagata, Aso City, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Fresh and earthy

Taste: Gently earthy and mildly sweet, with melon overtones

$16.95 per 20-pouch packet

Tasty, high-quality Blissful Buds™ green tea in high-quality, flavor-neutral sachets. Made from young buds, this tea has a fresh, vibrant aroma and a smooth, gently herbaceous flavor with overtones of melon and berry and hins of roasted-tea-like nuttiness.

 

More about Blissful Buds™ Bagged

Like all of our teas, the tea inside is grown on family-owned and -operated tea farms in Kumamoto, Japan. This Kumamoto-style tamaryokucha (also known as guricha) has melon-like overtones complimenting its hints of berry, nicely balancing out the herbaceous sweetness and briskness distinctive of guricha-style sencha. There are also subtle hints of an almost hojicha-like roasted nuttiness, which become more prominent if the tea is brewed on the strong side.

The infusers are made of a high-quality, ultrafine silken mesh, so as not to interfere with the tea's flavor or aroma. The tea sachets come in a handy resealable foil packet to keep in freshness.

How to brew. Use one sachet for a cup, mug, or single-serving teapot or two pouches for a family-sized teapot. Allow to steep for 2 minutes for the first infusion and 30 seconds to 1 minute for the 2nd and 3rd infusions. Between infusions, remove the sachet from the water with a spoon, etc., to prevent oversteeping.

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Artisan's Reserve™ Green Tea

A special selection of shaded and sun-grown leaves.

Artisan: Koji Nagata, Aso City, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Bright and savory

Taste: Sweetly herbaceous; complex

$23.95 per 100-gram packet

Artisan's Reserve™ is a special blend of hand-selected fukamushi (deeply steamed) leaves, both shaded (kabusecha) and sun-grown. The result is stimulatingly complex flavor profile comprising a broad spectrum of tea flavors, from citrus overtones and melon-like sweetness, with a slightly creamy texture.

 

More about Artisan's Reserve™

To make Aristan's Reserve™, the grower-artisan carefully blends a selection of kabusecha (shaded tea) with a complementary choice of sun-grown leaves to craft a unique flavor experience not achievable with either type of tea alone — creamy, savory and, at the same time, sweetly herbaceous and hinting of melon and berry.

As with all artisinal Mellow Monk teas, the infusion's dynamic flavor profile changes from first steeping through third, as different flavor components are magnified or muted. By slightly varying steeping time or water temperature, you can enjoy almost limitless combinations of the flavors in this tea.

This sencha is a tamaryokucha ("curly green tea"), also known as guricha. The rich volcanic soils of the Mt. Aso foothills, where this tea is grown, make for an exquisitely rich flavor and a hearty aroma, but without the bite that comes from other soil types.

Packaging. Artisan's Reserve™ Green Tea comes vacuum-sealed for freshness in resealable, standup foil packets. Each packet contains 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of tea, enough to make 40–50 cups of brewed tea.

How to brew. Use 1 teaspoon of tea leaves for an 8-ounce cup with strainer. If using a teapot, use 1 teaspoon of tea for a small teapot or 2 teaspoons for a family-size teapot. The water temperature should be about 75 degrees Celsius (167 degrees Fahrenheit). If you don't have a thermometer, just heat the water until small bubbles begin to appear on the bottom of the pot, then remove from heat. (More on water temperature here.) For the first steeping, let the tea brew for about 2 minutes. For the second and third steepings, let the tea brew for 30 seconds to 1 minute. After each steeping, be sure to remove the leaves from the water — if using a strainer — or pour out all tea from the teapot.

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Shaded Leaf™ is our most premium green tea — a fukamushi kabusecha ("deep-steamed covered tea"). A few weeks before harvest, the tea plants are shaded with a woven covering that blocks out much of the sunlight. This stimulates the plants to produce extra catechins, including superhealthy EGCG. After harvest, the leaves are steamed longer than usual (fukamushi). The result is an exqusite, wonderfully complex flavor profile, with overtones of berry and melon and a fresh, vibrant aroma.

Shaded Leaf™ won 2nd place in its class in the 2013 North American Tea Championship and also won 3rd place in the 2012 competition.

 

More about Shaded Leaf™

Shaded Leaf™ offers a delicate flavor, with creamy, savory notes and herbaceous sweetness mixed gently together. The body is silky. Tanginess is muted. With a dynamic flavor profile, a single mouthful of Shaded Leaf™ can transition from melon-like sweetness to creaminess to herbaceous sweetness, with the many flavor components flowing back and forth. The aftertaste is fruity, with a returning sweetness. This is a truly exquisite green tea that will please the most discerning of palates.

Packaging. Shaded Leaf™ Green Tea comes vacuum-sealed for freshness in resealable, standup foil packets. Each packet contains 100 grams (3.5 ounces) of tea, enough to make 40–50 cups of brewed tea.

How to brew. Use 1 teaspoon of tea leaves for an 8-ounce cup or mug. The water temperature should be about 75 degrees Celsius (167 degrees Fahrenheit). (For more on water temperature, see here.) For the first steeping, let the tea brew for about 2 minutes. (After each steeping, be sure to remove the leaves from the water — if using a strainer — or pour out all tea from the teapot.) For the second and third steepings, let the tea brew for about 30 seconds to 1 minute.

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Shaded Leaf™ Green Tea

Shade grown and deep steamed for exquisite flavor.

Artisan: Koji Nagata, Aso City, Kumamoto, Japan

Aroma: Lightly herbaceous, with hints of sweet berry

Taste: Smooth and subtly sweet, creamy, with berry and melon overtones

Now available in two sizes:
50 grams and 100 grams

$17.75 per 50-gram packet

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$33.95 per 100-gram packet

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  • Free shipping on orders of $30.00 or more. (U.S. orders only.)

  • Shipping to U.S. addresses (including APO):


    • 1 packet $2.35, 2 packets $3.35, 3 packets $3.85, 4 packets $4.85, 5 packets or more FREE (i.e., over $30 threshold for free shipping).
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    • First Class Mail International
      • 1 packet US$8.55, 2 packets US$9.15, 3 packets US$10.55, 4 packets US$11.95, 5 packets US$14.75, 6 packets US$16.15, 7 packets US$17.55. (For shipping for larger orders, please contact us.)
      • Delivery time is 2 to 4 weeks.
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      • 1 packet US$11.48, 2 packets US$13.41, 3 packets US$15.08, 4 packets US$16.74, 5 packets US$ 18.41. (For shipping for larger orders, please contact us.)
      • Delivery time is 2 to 4 weeks.
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