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Thumbnail of Cherry Sencha | Organic
The tea has a light liquoring, fresh and smooth with reasonable depth and body. The cherry flavoring and subtle rose hints give the tea a wonderful exotic character.
Thumbnail of Crime of Passion
The blend has as its base a Sencha style green tea manufactured in Hunan Province in South Eastern China. Sencha green teas typically have dark green, needle shaped leaves and produce a pale green to yellow, very bright, smooth cup with a sweetish, honey like finish. The natural sweetness of this green tea makes it perfectly suited for blending with our dried Papaya pieces and natural passion fruit flavorings.
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This tea has an incredible raspberry aroma with a sweet green tea (slightly grassy). Because Sencha has a smooth, almost honey-like taste it pairs perfectly with the fruity sweetness of the raspberries.
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This is a smooth, lightly grassy, green tea with the natural flavoring of black currants, a favorite amongst the residents of Prague, or Praha in its native Czech. The blend was created to mimic the taste of creme de cassis - a sweet, dark red liqueur made from blackcurrants - but with all the benefits of enjoying a cup of green tea.
$3.25 Praha Cassis
Thumbnail of Pomegranate Hibiscus Green
Hibiscus and pomegranate were made for each other! Tart berry taste with floral highlights yields a cleansing and highly refreshing cup. Enjoy chilled as a great iced tea!
Thumbnail of Long Island Strawberry | Organic
Sweet, summer strawberries and papaya pieces balanced with the fresh tasting Chinese green tea make this an ideal tea to soothe away winter blues or chilled for a refreshing summer drink.
Thumbnail of Zen-ish | Organic
Imagine the brightness of sun-kissed lemon citrus, chilled against cooling mint and mild green tea, and you have a delicious afternoon treat! This low caffeine tea is perfect hot or cold and any time of day.
Thumbnail of Sweet Surrender
A unique blend of floral and fruity teas that yields smooth memories of summer garden parties. Naturally sweetened with stevia so there is not need to add any extra sugar.
Thumbnail of Hibiscus Matcha | Organic

Energize your life with the combination of organic hibiscus flower powder and organic matcha in one delicious drink. This organic matcha is full of vitamins, caffeine, minerals, fiber, and catechins such as EGCG, and by using real hibiscus flowers in the mix you don’t just get the flavor of hibiscus, but also all the Vitamin C and other components of hibiscus as well.

Thumbnail of Peach Matcha
Matcha, the focal point of the Japanese Tea Ceremony, is a fine powder made by grinding green tea leaves. Only the finest, young, shade-grown gyokuro tea leaves are used to create matcha. The leaves are plucked and laid out flat to dry. Veins are removed and the leaves, now called tencha, are carefully ground in granite mills until they become the precious powder.

Easy preparation is achieved by placing 1/2 teaspoon of matcha per cup (or to taste) in a cup, adding a few drops of hot water (160-180F) and stirring with a spoon until a paste forms. Add the rest of the water and stir.

$9.75 Peach Matcha
Thumbnail of Raspberry Matcha
Matcha, the focal point of the Japanese Tea Ceremony, is a fine powder made by grinding green tea leaves. Only the finest, young, shade-grown gyokuro tea leaves are used to create matcha. The leaves are plucked and laid out flat to dry. Veins are removed and the leaves, now called tencha, are carefully ground in granite mills until they become the precious powder.

Easy preparation is achieved by placing 1/2 teaspoon of matcha per cup (or to taste) in a cup, adding a few drops of hot water (160-180F) and stirring with a spoon until a paste forms. Add the rest of the water and stir.

Thumbnail of Apple Cinnamon Matcha
Matcha, the focal point of the Japanese Tea Ceremony, is a fine powder made by grinding green tea leaves. Only the finest, young, shade-grown gyokuro tea leaves are used to create matcha. The leaves are plucked and laid out flat to dry. Veins are removed and the leaves, now called tencha, are carefully ground in granite mills until they become the precious powder.

Easy preparation is achieved by placing 1/2 teaspoon of matcha per cup (or to taste) in a cup, adding a few drops of hot water (160-180F) and stirring with a spoon until a paste forms. Add the rest of the water and stir.

Thumbnail of Chocolate Matcha
Matcha, the focal point of the Japanese Tea Ceremony, is a fine powder made by grinding green tea leaves. Only the finest, young, shade-grown gyokuro tea leaves are used to create matcha. The leaves are plucked and laid out flat to dry. Veins are removed and the leaves, now called tencha, are carefully ground in granite mills until they become the precious powder.

Easy preparation is achieved by placing 1/2 teaspoon of matcha per cup (or to taste) in a cup, adding a few drops of hot water (160-180F) and stirring with a spoon until a paste forms. Add the rest of the water and stir.