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Greens

Green tea is great for dental hygiene and to reduce the bacteria that causes plaque. A green tea keeps the dentist away!

Use 1 to 2 teaspoons (depending on leaf size) for every 6 to 8 ounces of 180F water and steep for 2 to 3 minutes. Re-steep and enjoy the subtle differences between infusions.

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genmaicha
$9.50
Genmaicha
Smooth roasted flavor that aids in digestion, low in caffeine and leaves a toasted, satisfying finish. Learn More

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green melody
$12.00
Green Melody
For all green tea drinkers and especially for those that might think they do not like green tea - try Green Melody. And for those in hot climates - this is a must iced. Learn More

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Kyoto Cherry Rose
$11.00
Kyoto Cherry Rose
Our salute to the Japanese Kyoto Tea Gardens known for their weeping cherry trees and for some of the best teas in the world. Learn More

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sencha
$21.00
Sencha
Organic, premium blend of Sencha. Japanese Sencha is a Spring harvested green tea that undergoes a steaming process to prevent leaf oxidation. Known as the most popular tea in Japan. Tasty green tea, perfect for all day. Has a vegetal, almost grasslike, umami taste - perfect accompaniment with a meal. Learn More

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Sencha Green
$21.50
Sencha Ginger
Organic, premium blend of Sencha and ginger root. Japanese Sencha is a Spring harvested green tea that undergoes a steaming process to prevent leaf oxidation. Known as the most popular tea in Japan. We add ginger to this green tea for balance and a slight kick to the vegetal, almost grasslike, umami taste of Sencha. Learn More

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