Miyazaki Sencha tea comes from Japan’s fourth largest tea-producing region. The reasonably priced Miyazaki Sencha is similar to a medium steamed Sencha tea but without the price tag. This makes it an excellent choice if you want to indulge in drinking Japanese tea throughout the tea and premium Japanese teas are outside your price range. The leaves of Miyazaki Sencha can look as though they weren’t harvested until autumn, due to their rustic look. However, when added to a cup with warm water, their mellow yet slightly fruity aroma is released. You can then sit back, close your eyes and bask in the sweet scents and tastes, picturing yourself enjoying a cup of fresh tea at the beautiful plantation where Miyazaki Sencha is cultivated.
£3.99 – £59.99 Select options
Combining Matcha, puffed brown rice and Sencha, our Genmaicha Matcha-iri tea provides an exquisitely delicious and smooth cup of tea that’s full of flavour. After just one sip you’ll notice how the Matcha and Sencha combine to create a fresh and calming aroma with a mellow taste to match. If you’ve never experienced Japanese tea before, Genmaicha Matcha-iri tea’s calming, mellow taste makes it a great introduction.
Silver Needle White tea is one of the rarest types of tea in the world. This rarity has helped feed its renown and exclusivity. Historically, the white downy tea buds used to make Silver Needle White Tea were reserved for the exclusive use of the Chinese Imperial family for centuries. Since then this delightful tea has become available to the general population, with tea drinkers all over the world now indulging their taste buds with this imperialistic imbued type of tea.
£5.99 – £99.99 Select options
Mellow and soothing with the freshness of other Sencha green teas, Genmaicha green tea has been beloved by green tea drinkers in Japan for centuries, and its popularity is now spreading across the world. If you want to enjoy a reasonably priced Sencha green tea, then Genmaicha green tea is a great option. Typically, Genmaicha green tea is created through mixing together brown puffed rice with Sencha tea leaves, either from the second harvest, Nibancha, or the third harvest, Sanbancha. Our Genmaicha green tea, however, comes from the first harvest of the year, Ichibancha. This provides our Genmaicha green tea with a wonderfully roasted blend that’s richer and more full bodied than typical Genmaicha green teas.
This is high quality Sencha green tea from Uji in Kyoto, Japan. Sencha is highly valued as a luxury tea and used in Japanese tea ceremonies marking important family events. Japan produces some of the best green teas in the world.
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This tea is perfect for sharing with friends who have yet to evolve from conventional tea leaves to enjoying the delights of tea with a sweet fruity twist. We can guarantee that both their taste buds and nostrils will thank you when they discover a new world of oriental fruit infused tea awaits them. It will also provide a delightful pick-me-up when the skies are grey and you want to add a sense of summery joy to your day.
£3.99 – £39.99 Select options
Our Strawberry and Jasmine Tea can provide a marvellous source of relaxation and a talking point when shared with friends. Whatever the scenario, we recommend brewing the tea for 2-3 minutes before pouring into your finest bone china.
When tea leaves are harvested in Japan they go through a very precise steaming process to ensure the aroma and flavour can be released when it arrives in your mug or tea pot. Sencha Fukamushi is a Premium tea which goes through a deeper phase of steaming than most other types of tea. This is where it gets its name ‘Fukamushi’ referring to the deep steaming process, whereas Chumushi tea is produced with medium steaming and for Asamushi tea steaming is light. The deep steaming phase helps to further reduce the tea leaf’s vegetal qualities while further softening and sweetening its taste.
£11.99 – £199.99 Select options
Premium White Tea Cakes, also known as Yue Guang Bai, contain a fresh, silver colored budset. This WellTea is harvested from Arbor tea trees, which are between 100 and 300 years old. The large tea leaves have a fuzzy texture and are covered in soft silvery needles, leading to the family name of white needle tea. These leaves are carefully pressed together by hand to create the 350g tea cakes.
£25.99 – £75.99 Select options