Valentine’s Bliss Surprise Tea Selection

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This month, we’ve curated a special selection of teas lovingly crafted for you to enjoy or share with a loved one. Which teas did you get? Find out below.

Sakura Sencha

Common Allergens: None

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Tea (Shizuoka Grown)

Collaborating with Shizuoka-based tea maker Hagiri, we created this limited edition sencha with the aroma of cherry blossoms. Complimenting any kind of sweet or snack, this blend is ideal for a spring tea break.

Hokkaido Genmaicha

Common Allergens: None

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Tea (Shizuoka Prefecture), brown rice (Hokkaido)

Collaborating with Shizuoka-based tea maker Hagiri, we created this limited edition genmaicha. Pairing green tea with roasted brown rice from Hokkaido, this tea has a warm, nutty flavor. Pairing well with any kind of sweets or snacks, this blend is easy to drink and refreshing.

Gion Tsujiri Houjicha

Common Allergens: N/A

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Green tea

Gently roasted from the inside through a sand oven, this houjicha has a strong aroma but light flavor. Pairing well with both sweet and savory snacks, it is the perfect palate cleanser.

Ibaraki Sencha with Matcha

Common Allergens: N/A

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Green tea (Ibaraki Prefecture), Matcha (Shizuoka Prefecture)

We partnered up with Nemotoen to bring you this exclusive blend of their matcha and sencha. Blending the fullness of matcha powder with the bright and vegetal taste of sencha makes this tea a special treat that moves across the palate.

Seven Gods Tea

Common Allergens: N/A

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Tea (Shizuoka Prefecture), brown rice (domestic), matcha (Shizuoka Prefecture)

Based on the Seven Lucky Gods in Japanese mythology, this aromatic tea combines seven high quality teas from Shizuoka (sencha, kabusecha, hojicha, kukicha, GABA tea, matcha, and brown rice) to create the perfect flavor dynamic.

Aged Sencha

Common Allergens: N/A

Vegetarian Friendly: Yes

Ingredients: Tea (Shizuoka Prefecture)

Aged Sencha is made by slowly maturing carefully selected tea leaves at low temperatures. As the tea leaves age, the sharp bitterness fades into a refined, mellow taste. It is said that shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu was a great admirer of aged sencha.

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