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Iced Matcha Latte
An iced latte is smooth, refreshing, and easy-to-drink.
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Usucha (Thin Matcha)

The standard matcha whisking method, made to be a normal, liquid consistency.
Dark green thick koicha Japanese matcha in Ippodo Tea dark chawan tea bowl

Koicha (Thick Matcha)

Matcha made into a rich, thick paste by using less water and more matcha powder per serving.
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Matcha Latte

Combine matcha's natural sweetness and crisp green bite with the creamy texture of milk.
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Iced Matcha Latte

An iced latte is smooth, refreshing, and easy-to-drink.
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Iced Matcha

Prepare matcha with hot water and cool it rapidly with plenty of ice.
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Cold-Whisked Matcha

Whisking matcha with cold or chilled water brings out a strong sweetness.
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Uji-Shimizu: Sweetened Matcha

A quick and easy recipe for our sweetened matcha blend to enjoy at any time, in any place.
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Standard Gyokuro Brew

Our standard recipe for brewing loose-leaf gyokuro. Brew a cup when you feel you need a change of pace.
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Piping Hot Gyokuro

A boiling-hot brew brings out a vivid fragrance from gyokuro leaves. In the cup, this recipe has more a little crisp, refreshing astringency, on top of gyokuro's dew-like sweetness.
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Iced Gyokuro

For a fast, fragrant pitcher of iced tea, brew a strong batch of gyokuro using boiling hot water, and then pour over ice, diluting its strength and balancing its flavor.
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Cold Brew Gyokuro

Cold brew with just ice and clean water to bring out gyokuro's full lushness, natural sweetness, and umami.
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Standard Sencha Brew

Our standard recipe for brewing loose-leaf sencha for an easy, every-day drinking experience.
Hot water being poured into Japanese artisan made ivory kyusu Japanese teapot from shining stainless steel stovetop kettle

Piping Hot Sencha

Hot brewing is a quick and easy way to get delicious tea. This recipe makes for a more refreshing and exhilarating experience.
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Iced Sencha

For a fast, fragrant pitcher of iced tea, brew a strong batch of sencha using boiling hot water, and then pour over ice, diluting its strength and balancing its flavor.
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Cold Brew Sencha

Cold brew with just ice and clean water to bring out sencha's full lushness, natural sweetness, and umami.
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Standard Shincha Brew

Our standard recipe for brewing loose-leaf Shincha. Discover the vibrant and energetic quality of these freshly harvested tea leaves.
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Shincha Drip Teabags

Easily enjoy the fresh fragrance of Shincha with these unique pour-over style teabags.
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Recipe for Sharing (Gyokuro or Sencha)

Prepare large amounts of tea with your everyday kyusu.
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Standard Hojicha Brew

Our standard recipe for brewing loose-leaf hojicha. The light flavors of bancha teas work well for any occasion.
Hojicha with Milk

Hojicha with Milk

This recipe combines the comforting roasted fragrance of hojicha with the soft creaminess of milk.
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Iced Hojicha

When served over ice, this fragrant roasted green tea feels soothing and refreshing.
White teacup of light Genmaicha green tea with roasted rice beside small plate of dried bancha tea leaves with roasted rice

Standard Genmaicha Brew

Our standard recipe for brewing loose-leaf genmaicha. The light flavors of bancha teas work well for any occasion.
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Iced Genmaicha

When served over ice, this green tea and roasted rice blend feels crisp, refreshing, and a little hearty.