It is no doubt that historically Green Tea has been providing variety of health benefit and is believed to be one of the main reasons why Japanese people live longer and healthier compared to other part of the world. More recent study and researches reveals and confirms the benefit from different angles of science.
In this article, we will go over the science behind why Green Tea provides variety of health benefits. We will go over elements in detail such as L-theanine, Polyphenols, Caffeines and Fluorides...
The two most popular beverages, tea and coffee, each have dedicated followers who will insist one is better than the other. Japanese green tea and coffee may seem completely different, but many people take their drinks seriously. Which one is "better" is the subject of this battle, comparing each on 10 ranging criteria.
In this blog, I talk about many things related to Japanese tea and tea culture, but today’s post is a little extra special; today, I want to talk about a person – yes, a person called Sen No Rikyu (千利休).
Without this person and his contributions, the tea culture or Sadou (Japanese “Way of Tea”) we have today would not have existed, and I might not have been here sharing the love of tea with everyone around the world.
Many experts and nutritionists consider Japanese or Chinese green tea to be the healthiest beverage on the planet. It is packed full of antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties. There are plenty of benefits of drinking green tea from fat loss to cancer prevention to improved brain function.
In this article, you can discover more about this amazing drink.
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.
We know that given our love for tea, it’s easy to question a better use for the left-over tea. Luckily, the appropriate tea bag leaves tea drinkers with a serious supply for our compost or organic waste endeavors. Tea compost is already a safe bed for the health of many of your plants given its organic nature, it’s simply a matter of making sure the proper tea bag is thrown in there.
Making tea is a delicious, relaxing experience that people of all ages can enjoy. It is easier when using tea bags, but why do your tea bags when you can buy ready-made ones at the grocery? Well, it is because many standard teabags contain low-quality tea leaves. Worse, manufacturers put tea dust, or tea remains on the tea bags. Making tea bags containing loose tea leaves or other flowers you like is a simple process that can be done with just a few ingredients. In this post, we will show you about making your teabags. This blog post will also show you how to choose loose leaf tea.
There is clearly more to green tea than meets the eye. It is as diverse as most marketable crops are. While all tea plants belong to the same Camellia Sinensis family, they still manifest differences in shape, color, taste, aroma, etc. That's because they come from different cultivars.
We are happy to announce the new eco-friendly resealable package for our popular Hojicha, Genmiacha, and Genmai Matcha Loose Leaf Tea!
The modern and clean design looks good together on your kitchen counter (or cabinet). Don't you think?
Hojicha is a very popular type of Japanese green tea. It has many differences from the tea most are familiar with, and some do not know different aspects of it. Do you know how it is different from Chinese roasted tea? Do you know how to brew Hojicha for the best flavor? Did you know you can find good Hojicha no matter where you live? This article discusses everything you need to know about Hojicha green tea.
Japanese Green Tea Co is proud to partner with Kumiko Matcha from France to bring you these delightful treats—Belgian chocolate truffles with organic Japanese matcha.
Japanese green tea can be brewed in any number of ways. In this article, we will go over the Simple Way and the Advanced Way for brewing tasty green tea as well as tips for cold brewing.
The Simple way is how most Japanese people consume green tea every day; the Advanced Way is what is being followed by professional green tea producers who recommend the best approach for brewing the tastiest Japanese green tea.