The November 30, 2018 issue of Vancouver Business Journal mentions Kei Nishida, CEO of Japanese Green Tea Company. Kei has been taking night class to learn about social media for business for over three years. The article is about the course and mentions Kei and Japanese Green Tea Company.
I will show you how to make Matcha A La Mode.
A La Mode is French word meaning “in fashion” and describes a sweet dish with ice cream.
Matcha A La Mode is basically matcha with ice cream.
Watch a short video of how to make tasty Matcha A La Mode in less than 2 minutes.
You already know that green tea is a great-tasting and relaxing beverage with numerous health benefits, but can the same be said about eating the tea leaves rather than steeping them into a drink?
Read more to find out the truth.
Green tea is high in antioxidants and provides other health benefits. For that reason, many people have begun drinking green tea instead of coffee or cola to get their caffeine boost, but is drinking too much green tea bad for you?
As a green tea lover, this article was really hard to write, but I wanted to be true to the facts and the science.
Keep reading to discover more about the side effects of consuming too much green tea.
We are very excited to have been selected as one of the lucky vendors to host our product at the Portland Night Market happening Dec 13 - 16, 2018 at The Custom Blocks (900 SE Main St, Portland, OR 97214) from December 13 – 16. (December 13 is for limited buyer with ticket purchase; Dec 14 – 16 are for general public and is free)
On October 9 2018, Global Tea Championship announced that Japanese Green Tea Company won a Silver Medal for the Matcha Category
Japanese Green Tea Company Won Global Tea Championship in 2017 under Steamed Green Tea Category.
This makes the company to win the Championship 2 years in a row.
Japanese Green Tea Company held a booth at Northwest Tea Festival 2018 in Seattle from 9/29/2018 - 9/30/2018.
Here are some of the pictures from the fair and my personal thoughts from the first-time experience of this type of event so that you can see how it was like at the fair, and read about my thoughts and all the lessons-learned from this event.
Kei Nishida's latest book, Cook with Matcha & Green Tea - Ultimate Guide & Recipes for Cooking with Matcha and Green Tea was featured by Ingram Advance October 2018 Issue.
This book about homemade recipes using the amazing matcha & green tea that every American can enjoy.
On September 21st 2018 issue of J-Weekly, Kei Nishida's article about Japanese green tea was featured on full page.
J-Weekly is Japanese newsletter in San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California circulating 33,000 copies every Friday.
J-Weekly approached Kei to write about Japanese green tea in their special fall gourmet issue.
The world of Japanese Green Tea is wide and wonderful, but it is sometimes confusing with all the terms used.
There are more than 100 total types of Japanese green tea names being used today. Names can refer to not the only type of tea, but they can also indicate which part of the tea plant is used, what kind of processing method was used, the name of the location where tea is farmed, etc.
Confused? This article explains more than 30 different types of Japanese tea. Bookmark this for your reference!
We all know the exCan I throw used green tea leaves in garden?
We all know the extensive list of the ways in which green tea benefits our health, but is it also good for plants and flowers in my garden?
Read more to find out more and the science behind the reason.
Matcha is powdered form of Japanese green tea which is grown in shade. Sencha is loose leaf tea which is commonly drunk in a Japanese restaurant setting. There are type of sencha such as gyokuro which are also shaded grown like matcha.
Which type of Japanese green tea are actually healthier?
Read more to find out the truth.
Japanese Green Tea Company was invited to World Tea Expo 2018 since we were the Winner of the Global Tea Championship 2017.
World Tea Expo was held at Las Vegas Convention Center from June 11, 2018 - June 14, 2018. The expo had more than 3500 attendees and 260 exhibitors.
Here are some of the pictures and videos from the Expo, so that you can see how it was like at the Expo.
More and more people are drinking Japanese green tea in a non-traditional manner such as adding milk. Some famous examples are, matcha latte you find at your local Starbucks, and a green tea smoothie you may try at home with your blender.
But you may also have heard that drinking tea with milk is a bad idea.
Is it the case with green tea or matcha as well?