Person pouring water from silver teapot through clipped Drip Teabags into two white mugs with plates of butter toast on table

Shincha Drip Teabags

Easily enjoy the fresh fragrance of Shincha with these unique pour-over style teabags. Perfect for a single mug at the office or home.
1. Prepare the teabag
Use 1 teabag
Open the bag along the perforated line.
Two hands holding translucent Drip Teabag with bright green leaves inside and removing seal to be able to spread open teabag
Two hands holding translucent Drip Teabag with bright green leaves inside and removing seal to be able to spread open teabag
Shincha Drip Teabags
1. Prepare the teabag
Use 1 teabag
Open the bag along the perforated line.
2. Place on mug & add water
150 mL (5 oz) 100°C (212°F)
Place the hooks over the sides of a mug and pour water on leaves.
Two hands spreading two panels at top of Drip Teabag across edges of white Ippodo Tea logo mug and clipping teabag to sides
Two hands spreading two panels at top of Drip Teabag across edges of white Ippodo Tea logo mug and clipping teabag to sides
Shincha Drip Teabags
2. Place on mug & add water
150 mL (5 oz) 100°C (212°F)
Place the hooks over the sides of a mug and pour water on leaves.
3. Brew
60 seconds
Brew without stirring or disturbing the tea leaves.
Water being poured from spout of silver teapot into white Ippodo Tea logo mug through Drip Teabag clipped onto top of mug
Water being poured from spout of silver teapot into white Ippodo Tea logo mug through Drip Teabag clipped onto top of mug
Shincha Drip Teabags
3. Brew
60 seconds
Brew without stirring or disturbing the tea leaves.
4. Serve
Remove teabag
Enjoy in the mug you brewed in!
Mug of steeping tea drip teabag clipped onto top beside plate of wagashi dessert
Mug of steeping tea drip teabag clipped onto top beside plate of wagashi dessert
Shincha Drip Teabags
4. Serve
Remove teabag
Enjoy in the mug you brewed in!

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