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Green Teas

Green loose leaf tea is harvested, or plucked, and is then quickly heated, by pan firing or steaming, and dried to prevent too much oxidation from occurring. Too much oxidation would turn the leaves brown and alter their fresh-picked flavor.

Pan fired green tea has a flavor profile ranging from grassy to toasty notes. Steamed green tea tends to be more vegetal and sweet with notes of seaweed. When steeped correctly, cooler temperature than black tea and a quicker steeping time, green loose leaf teas will be light in color with little to no bitterness.

Famous green loose leaf teas include, Matcha Green Tea Powder, Jasmine Tea, Dragon Well, Sencha and Genmai Cha.

Our green loose leaf teas are carefully selected and hand-crafted by tea masters. We micro-blend and package small batches assuring you get the best loose leaf tea from each harvest.

At The Spice & Tea Shoppe we never compromise on quality and strive to offer you only the best loose leaf tea because we feel you deserve it.

  • Handmade at the Satemwa estate, Zomba Pearls are a captivating example of incredible quality. The delicate, handcrafted tea offers lush floral notes tempered with grassy tones with a round sweetness and clean finish. In addition to their magnificent flavor, one of the big positives of Zomba Pearls is that, unlike many of their Eastern counterparts, they won’t get bitter. Steeps a Light green with yellow highlights. One of our personal favorite teas!

    Africa - Zomba Pearl

    Handmade at the Satemwa estate, Zomba Pearls are a captivating example of incredible quality. The delicate, handcrafted tea offers lush floral notes tempered with grassy tones with a round sweetness and clean finish. In addition to their magnificent...

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  • Ceremonial Japanese Matcha Powder is a powdered green tea historically used in the Japanese tea ceremony. Uji has a long history of matcha production and is the most well-known matcha growing region throughout Japan. Uji Matcha is a premium Ceremonial grade with a rich vegetal fragrance, vibrant green color, smooth texture, and delicate aftertaste free from bitterness and astringency. Steep: 1-1.5 tsp, 175-185 degrees, whisk thoroughly

    Ceremonial Japanese Matcha Green Tea Powder

    Ceremonial Japanese Matcha Powder is a powdered green tea historically used in the Japanese tea ceremony. Uji has a long history of matcha production and is the most well-known matcha growing region throughout Japan. Uji Matcha is a premium Ceremonial...

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  • Culinary matcha powder is Chinese green tea ground into a fine powder with highly concentrated anti-oxidants and yielding a slightly-bitter taste. Unlike regular green tea, where the leaves are removed after being brewed, matcha green leaves are stone ground into a fine powder, whisked with water and consumed entirely. Hence ensuring almost 10 times higher concentration of green tea anti-oxidants, polyphenols, vitamins and minerals. Use it for making smoothies, shakes, cocktails, cooking or enjoy it straight. Steep: 1-1.5 tsp, 175-185 degrees, whisk thoroughly

    Culinary Chinese Matcha Green Tea Powder

    Culinary matcha powder is Chinese green tea ground into a fine powder with highly concentrated anti-oxidants and yielding a slightly-bitter taste. Unlike regular green tea, where the leaves are removed after being brewed, matcha green leaves are stone...

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  • Dragon Peaches are produced by rolling fine, early season buds into tiny pearls that are dried at high heat to seal in the subtleties and nuances of the tea. The results are stunning and yield a nuanced cup with watermelon and Chinese peach highlights.

    Dragon Peaches

    Dragon Peaches are produced by rolling fine, early season buds into tiny pearls that are dried at high heat to seal in the subtleties and nuances of the tea. The results are stunning and yield a nuanced cup with watermelon and Chinese peach highlights...

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  • Dragon Well, Lung Ching, is perhaps Chinas most famous tea! Dragon Well is known for its chestnut- like and subtly sweet flavor, vegetal aroma, jade green color and distinctive leaf shape. Grown high in the mountains near Hangzhou, this tea is still handpicked and processed with the delicate care as it was 1,500 years ago, in spring, the top two leaves of the plant are harvested and then pan-fried and folded into its distinctive sword-like shape. Steep: 1-1.5 tsp, 175-185 degrees for 1.5-2 Minutes

    Dragon Well - Lung Ching

    Dragon Well - Lung Ching, is perhaps China's most famous tea! Dragon Well is known for its chestnut- like and subtly sweet flavor, vegetal aroma, jade green color and distinctive leaf shape. Grown high in the mountains near Hangzhou, this tea is still...

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  • Japanese Genmai Cha is a rich, aromatic blend of tea leaves and roasted rice, which give a nutty fragrance. It is sometimes referred to as "popcorn tea" because a few grains of the rice pop during the roasting process and resemble popcorn. Japanese Genmai Cha is deep-steamed, giving the cup a deep body and rich green hue. Genmai Cha is one of Japan's most popular varieties and is referred to as "the people's tea". Steep: 1 Tbs per 12 oz water, 185 degrees, 30-60 seconds

    Genmai Cha

    Japanese Genmai Cha is a rich, aromatic blend of tea leaves and roasted rice, which give a nutty fragrance. It is sometimes referred to as "popcorn tea" because a few grains of the rice pop during the roasting process and resemble popcorn. Japanese...

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