Revolutionizing Japanese Green Tea Distribution in USA

 

Revolutionizing Japanese Green Tea Distribution in USA

Japan is the eighth largest tea producer in the world (88,900 tons per year), but only three percent of its production is exported outside of Japan. One of the reasons is the complicated process of processing tea and exporting from Japan.

Traditionally, green tea is produced by a farmer, processed and packaged by different companies, and then goes through wholesalers and retailers to reach Japanese consumers. When exporting, it is handled by yet another importer and retailer companies in USA to reach American consumers.

When ordering directly from Japanese companies online, it takes anywhere between 7 - 40 days which is due to custom check at US ports. Food is highly regulated in US customs, and it can take anywhere between a week and a month for the clearance in storage environment where temperature is not controlled. Not only does it take long, customers are usually charged with high oversea transaction fees by credit card companies.

JapaneseGreenTeaIn is revolutionizing the Japanese green tea buying process by partnering with Arahataen Inc. who not only farm quality green tea, but also process and package in-house. We get shipments via air directly regularly, handling all the customs and duties.

When you order tea from us, we ship you fresh tea using USPS directly shipped from the state of Washington, and you receive your tea in 1 - 5 days. By cutting all the "middle-men" and long processes, you get fresh green tea right at your door in 1 - 5 days.
You will also not be charged by oversea credit card processing fees and you can call us anytime at our toll-free number: 1-800-380-7030.

Tea revolution

 

Steeping Guide

Steeping Guide - Hot

  1. Dissolve 2 teaspoon of powder into 8 Oz of hot water. We recommend about 175°F for most common green tea.

    Please note that our product page has different recommended temperature based on type of tea between 175°F- 185°F; however, 175°F can be the most common and standard temperature that would work for any type of our green tea.

    Steeping guide

  2. Wait for 60-120 seconds  (Please follow steeping guide on the product for specific time based on type of tea.)

  3. Use mesh strainer to filter out the green tea leave and serve hot

Steeping Guide - Cold

  1. Dissolve 3-4 teaspoon of powder into 30 Oz of cold water.  For best result, use filtered water, bottled water. Alternatively, you can boil water and let it cool down until room temperature. 

  2. Keep in refrigerator for 3 hours or more. Key point is to use longer time to dissolve. This way, sweetness increases, and it does not break down theanine and vitamin C.  For best result, let it sit for overnight. 

  3. Stair the water first, then use mesh strainer to filter out the green tea leave and serve cold.