GREEN TEA

Green tea, the fastest growing tea in terms of popularity, is an unfermented tea that undergos minimal processing. The leaves are picked and usually allowed to wither but the process of rolling the leaves, is at this stage skipped. After withering, the leaves are pan fried or fired to prevent oxidation from occurring. The last step is to roll the leaves and dry them one last time for its final shape. The green tea leaves usually remain green.

  • Chun Mee (organic) - 'precious eyebrows'
    Chun Mee, or 'precious eyebrows', gets its lovely shape from a special hand-rolling /...

    Chun Mee (organic) - 'precious eyebrows'

    £3.50

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  • Culinary Matcha - Uji 1 Star organic
    An organically produced, good quality cooking matcha from Uji, the oldest tea area of Japan. Grea...

    Culinary Matcha - Uji 1 Star organic

    £22.00

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  • 5 Star Ceremonial Matcha - organic
    Organically produced, highest grade matcha from Uji, the oldest tea area of Japan.Pure an...

    5 Star Ceremonial Matcha - organic

    £15.75

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  • Nilgiri Green Tea FBOP Chamraj Estate (6000ft)
    Excellent quality green tea from the Nigiri mountains in southern India. One of the highest gr...

    Nilgiri Green Tea FBOP Chamraj Estate (6000ft)

    £5.50

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  • Kukicha 'Twig Tea'
    Kukicha, also called bocha and sometimes 'twig tea', consists of the stal...

    Kukicha 'Twig Tea'

    £5.00

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