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Tea Recipe: Matcha Shortbread Cookies

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Tea Recipe: Matcha Shortbread Cookies
These matcha shortbread cookies are very simple to make, using ingredients that many might already have on hand. The best part is a little matcha goes a long way! The following recipe yields 20 cookies and you will only need about 2 tablespoons of matcha powder. (Read more)

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All About The Comforting Japanese Green Tea: Genmaicha

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All About The Comforting Japanese Green Tea: Genmaicha
One legend has it that the origins of Genmaicha date all the way back to 15th century Japan, when a servant accidentally lost a few grains of rice hidden up his sleeve into the cup of the master, for whom he was pouring very expensive tea. (Read more)

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Why Drink Loose Leaf Tea

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Why Drink Loose Leaf Tea

Many people have believe that in order to enjoy quality tea one must spend a hefty amount of money and have extensive prior knowledge and understanding of tea in order to enjoy it. We would like to break this belief. Of course, better quality often begets a higher price, but this doesn't mean that one must compromise quality for affordability. Nor do you have to be a sommelier in order to enjoy tea. (Read more)

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What Are The Most Popular Japanese Teas?

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What Are The Most Popular Japanese Teas?

The main type of tea that is produced and consumed in Japan is green tea. When drinking any one of our Japanese green teas be ready to get transported into the mountains of Japan. Experience the passion of the farmers, tending to their crops with great care to ensure the most extraordinary umami. (Read more)

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