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Pouring wooden spoonful of tightly rolled dried green tea into brown handmade banko-ware Japanese Kyusu teapot banko-yaki

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.
Green tea being poured from elegant spout of ivory teapot into small rounded modern glass pitcher with white Ippodo Tea logo

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.
Two small white porcelain Japanese tea cups of light color shincha green tea on silver metal dual petal form saucers

Standard Shincha Brew

Our standard recipe for brewing loose-leaf Shincha. Discover the vibrant and energetic quality of these freshly harvested tea leaves.
Carafe with iconic Ippodo Tea tea pot and flowers and two glasses filled with pale yellow New Harvest Sencha

Cold Brew Sencha

Cold brewing brings out the most sweetness and umami from the leaves.
Host holding red brown lacquered wooden Marubon serving tray by Ippodo Tea Co. filled with six decorative cups of green tea

Recipe for Sharing (Gyokuro or Sencha)

Prepare large amounts of tea with your everyday kyusu.