Bancha – Mild and toasty on the palate.
Organic Bancha – Made in the Japanese fashion of steam-fixing. Light and clean tasting.
Chun Mee – A traditional green tea from China. This Chun Mee has a very pleasant taste.
Genmaicha – Japanese Bancha with popped rice kernels, yields a pleasant roasted aroma and cup.
Gunpowder Green – Rolled leaden-colored leaf balls unfurl for a slightly smoky cup.
Gyokuro – Uji’s most famous tea. Japanese aristocrats have sipped this shade-grown tea for centuries.
Jane’s Garden – In memory of Jane and her battle with breast cancer. Bancha and rosebuds.
Lung Ching – Pan-fired Chinese green with undertones of chestnut.
Moroccan Mint – Chinese Gunpowder Green with brisk peppermint.
Organic Green with Mint – Full leaf organic Chinese green tea with a hint of mint.
Pan Asia – Bancha with chrysanthmum flowers. Toasty and light.
Sencha – From Japan, herbaceous and grassy in both aroma and taste.
Organic Sencha – Clean and grassy. Great everyday green.
Decaf Green Tea
Deca einated Sencha – Clean grassy notes, without the caffeine.
Flavored Green Tea
Cherry Blossom – Green tea blended with plump cherry flavor.
Chinese Flower – Flawlessly blended of hand plucked Chinese green tea, three types of flowers, and citrus flavors.
Citron Green – Bancha, with gentle notes of citrus and aromatic orange flowers.
Organic Green with Citrus & Ginkgo – South Indian tea with ginkgo and crisp citrus.
Tokyo – Bancha with sesame and caramel.
Tropical Green – South Indian green tea with juicy pineapple.
Bangkok – Green tea infused with coconut, ginger, and lemongrass.
Green Hot Cinnamon – Chinese green teas with three types of cinnamon.
Lemony Gunpowder – Traditional Gunpowder with a hint of lemon added to brighten the flavor.
Flavored Green & Black Tea
Caribe – A blend of black and green teas with strawberry, guava, and a hint of coconut.