Green tea, the fastest growing tea in terms of popularity, is an unfermented tea that undergos minimal processing. The leaves are picked and usually allowed to wither but the process of rolling the leaves, is at this stage skipped. After withering, the leaves are pan fried or fired to prevent oxidation from occurring. The last step is to roll the leaves and dry them one last time for its final shape. The green tea leaves usually remain green.

  • Genmaicha
    Our Genmaicha, translated as 'brown rice tea', is a classic blend of high grade sencha green t...



  • Genmaicha with matcha
    Gen-mai-cha means 'brown rice tea', and here blended also with matcha powder green tea. Health...

    Genmaicha with matcha


  • Gyokuro Matsu no Nagomi (Uji)
    Gyokuro, meaning 'jewel dew', is regarded as Japan's highest quality tea. The new leave...

    Gyokuro Matsu no Nagomi (Uji)


  • Peanut Butter & Jelly Tea
    They said it couldn't be done! Whether or not it should be done is up to you. 

    Peanut Butter & Jelly Tea


  • Berried Alive - FUSO teabags
    Our super-popular Berried Alive tea blend is now also available in FUSO japanese teabags. ...

    Berried Alive - FUSO teabags


  • Chun Mee (organic) - 'precious eyebrows'
    Chun Mee, or 'precious eyebrows', gets its lovely shape from a special hand-rolling /...

    Chun Mee (organic) - 'precious eyebrows'