Teabag Assortment - 12 Bags
Teabag Assortment - 12 Bags Teabag Assortment box laid on yellow table beside array of different colored individually wrapped teabags and pyramid teabags Teabag Assortment Box beside various sealed Ippodo Japanese teabag packets and one open pyramid teabag on white table
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Teabag Assortment - 12 Bags

Add to bag - $13

This set contains four of each of our single-serving sencha, gyokuro, and hojicha teabags.

Shelf lifeConsume quickly
The best before date is 150 days from when it is freshly packaged in Japan. For the best experience, consume within around one month of opening.
Serving size1 teabag per cup (5 fl oz.)
Size 3.3" × 2.6" × 3.9"
Net weight0.8 oz (0.07 oz per bag)
Quantity12 teabags

This set contains an assortment of our three types of one-cup size teabag: sencha, gyokuro, and hojicha. This 12-bag box includes instructions on the back in both English and Japanese. Its portable size makes it easy to enjoy tea at home or at work.

It also makes for a great gift, as an introduction to three different types of Japanese green tea.


The most popular tea variety in Japan, sencha brews a harmonious balance of umami, sweetness, bitterness, and astringency, with a bright fragrance like a sunny field. Enjoy sencha in the morning or afternoon, at mealtime or teatime. This classic green tea fits any occasion.


Grown under the shade in dedicated fields, gyokuro is a green tea that has an abundance of hearty-sweet umami flavor. With a dew-like aroma, less astringency, and a thick character, this tea is one for slowly sipping and savoring.


When you drink hojicha for the first time, you might be surprised that it is a type of Japanese green tea, given its amber color. When brewed, this roasted bancha releases an amazingly rich aroma that completely fills the room. The flavor is light-bodied, without much astringency.

Hojicha can be enjoyed in the evening as well as in the morning or afternoon. It tastes great on its own, with sweets, or accompanying a meal. Flavorful and refreshing, this tea is an absolute favorite among Ippodo patrons.

Ways to Prepare

  • Add one teabag to a cup, pour on boiling temperature water, and wait for 1.5 minutes.
  • Move the teabag around in the cup until the tea has reached the desired strength, and you're done.
Ceramic mug with teabag steeping inside on a wooden table
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