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Green Tea

Everything you need to know about Green Tea


Green tea is well-known for its healthy nature because it is rich in catechins and is unfermented, which means the tea has a high concentration of antioxidants.



Green tea has a light green to yellow tone of colour after being steeped in hot water.



Upon sipping, it will exude a sweet grassy fragrance, like nectar after rain.



Japanese Green Tea is quite different compared to Chinese Green Tea.



Difference rely on tea making process, Japanese style majorly focus on long-period of “tea-steaming” technique to process tea, and thus will enhance the tea flavour and healthy benefits.


What's nice about the tea came from Shizuoka, Japan?


Shizuoka in Japan is a major attraction for tea enthusiasts because it covers 40% of Japan's tea plantation area and sales.



Shizuoka's unique geographical location, with mountains and seas, gives it a distinct advantage in tea production.



Their tea-making techniques are among the best in the world, especially for Sencha.



While Sencha can be modified into a diverse range of tea types, such as Hojicha, Genmaicha, Matcha Genmaicha, and Kukicha.



Shizuoka's tea are all came from the same tea farm directly from Shizuoka for consistency, and better quality control purposes.



Uji tea, on the other hand, uses tea leaves from multiple prefectures, which can make it difficult for quality control.


5 Green Tea will travel you to Shizuoka, Japan

Shizuoka Sencha


Our Shizuoka Sencha shares a light-steamed characteristic. It is harvested between April and early May.



Its natural vegetal flavour is brought out using steaming method, resulting in a refreshing and well-rounded taste.



Shizuoka Sencha is rich in "catechins," which have antibacterial and cholesterol-lowering effects.



As one of the most popular types of green tea in Japan, Sencha accounts for over 70% of the country's total green tea production.



Shizuoka Sencha is particularly favoured in Hong Kong's green tea market.



Our Sencha has a superior taste compared to other grades.



To experience the unique flavour of Shizuoka Sencha, tap into the picture. 

Shizuoka Hojicha


Shizuoka Hojicha is a Japanese roasted green tea that is brown due to the high-temperature roasting process.



As the moisture decreases over time, the flavour of the tea becomes smoky and has a caramelized aroma. Making it a popular choice for after-dinner relaxation.



Hojicha requires high-temperature roasting process, and thus also reduces the caffeine content, making it a great choice for children and the elderly who are sensitive to caffeine. It can help to relax the mind and relieve tension.



Hojicha is a popular choice for Omakase, and is also used to make desserts and lattes because of its refreshing taste, which pairs well with sushi and sashimi.



If you're looking for a delicious and relaxing tea option, Shizuoka Hojicha is a great choice.



To experience the unique flavour and nutritional benefits of Shizuoka Hojicha, tap into the picture.

Shizuoka Genmaicha


Shizuoka Genmaicha is a unique Japanese green tea that combines high-quality Sencha tea leaves with roasted brown rice, resulting in a mild and nutty flavour profile that is both delicious and nutritious.



This tea is known for its ability to aid in detoxification and weight loss, promote healthy blood circulation, and support digestive health.



When brewed, Shizuoka Genmaicha has a delightful aroma of roasted brown rice, which blends perfectly with the smooth and mellow flavour of Sencha.



Our Genmaicha stands out because the roasted brown rice has been further developed, resulting in a smoothing, silky vegetal flavour.



It's the perfect choice for anyone looking for a healthy and flavourful green tea option.



To experience the unique flavour and nutritional benefits of Shizuoka Genmaicha, tap into the picture.

Shizuoka Kukicha


Representation of "Umami" with a slightly astringent finish.  Shizuoka Kukicha is a high-quality Japanese green tea made from the stems of the tea plant.



Unlike other types of green tea that use only the leaves, Kukicha uses the stems of the tea plant, resulting in a unique flavour profile.



Because the plant nutrients are transported to the leaves via the stems, Kukicha is particularly rich in nutrients, including amino acids. Amino acids are essential for the body to build high-quality proteins, and they must be obtained through food.



What happens If the body does not have enough amino acids?



It can lead to feelings of fatigue, weakness, and slow reaction times.



Shizuoka Kukicha is a rare find in Hong Kong, and we are proud to offer this nutritious and delicious tea to our customers.



To experience the unique flavor and nutritional benefits of Shizuoka Kukicha, tap into the picture.



Matcha Genmaicha


Matcha Genmaicha is also come from Shizuoka, a unique and flavourful blend of roasted brown rice green tea and high-quality Matcha.



When brewed, this tea has a delicious and distinct flavour profile, with the first sip offering the rich and earthy taste of Matcha, followed by the nutty and fragrant aroma of Genmaicha on the second sip.



Each cup of Matcha Genmaicha offers a delightful and aromatic experience, with the subtle and elegant taste of Sencha green tea adding another layer of flavour to this rare and delicious tea.



If you're looking for a unique and high-quality green tea option, Shizuoka Matcha Genmaicha is a must-try.



It's a rare find in Hong Kong's tea market. To experience the unique flavour and nutritional benefits of Matcha Genmaicha, tap into the picture.

Traditional Chinese Green Tea

Dragon Well


Dragon Well, also known as "Longjing," is a type of Chinese green tea that is handcrafted using a process that involves hand-picking young tea leaves, roasting, and frying.



It is one of China's most famous teas, as Dragon Well is harvested between March and April and shares a flat tea shape after the processing stage.



The tea is harvested before the Ching Ming Festival, and the best quality Dragon Well tea is grown in the West Lake region.



Dragon Well tea has a delicate aroma, a fresh and rounded taste, and a lingering vegetal finish.



It has several health benefits, including lowering blood pressure and cholesterol, and reducing heat in the body.



If you're looking for a high-quality and flavourful green tea, Dragon Well is a great choice. Tap into the picture to experience it.

Green Tea FAQ

Green tea has zero-caffeine?


All green teas have caffeine, but are relatively mild in Hojicha.



Also, Japan technique relies on “tea steaming” technique to lower caffeine. Compared to China, “pan-fried" technique is introduced to enhance strong flavour in a short period of time but also increased caffeine.


Which traditional tea that is widely accepted in Hong Kong?


Jasmine tea will be primary choice, my grandfather has distributed Jasmine Tea to restaurants for 60 years, and it has been adjusted & improved several times, so there will be a refreshing feeling upon tasting.