Category Archives: Japanese green tea

TEA REVIEWS: Three teas available at Yeh Tea

Website: Yeh Tea Twitter: @YehTeaCouture Facebook: Tea Hearts Company location: Amsterdam, Netherlands Today I have the pleasure of reviewing three teas available at Yeh Tea, an Amsterdam-based company. Yeh Tea carries a large selection of green, black, white, blended and … Continue reading

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TEA NEWS and TEA REVIEWS: Things are moving and shaking at Tea Studio

Website: Tea Studio Twitter: @teastudio Facebook: Tea Studio Company location: London, UK Exciting things are going on at Tea Studio. This month Whittington’s Tea Emporium (WTE) merged with Tea Studio. Founder of WTE, Kyle Whittington, will continue to run his very … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Tombo Tea – Zen Sencha

Tea and origin: Sencha green tea from the Maruyama Tea Estate near Mt Fuji, Japan Website: Tombo Tea Twitter: @tombo_london Link to Zen Last week I enjoyed reviewing Tombo’s Bonsai tea (Genmaicha with Matcha). Today I’ll be tasting Tombo’s Zen … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Tombo Tea – Bonsai (Genmaicha with Matcha)

Tea and origin: Sencha green tea, roasted brown rice and Matcha from the Maruyama Tea Estate near Mt Fuji, Japan Website: Tombo Tea Twitter: @tombo_london Link to Bonsai I was recently contacted by Louis Endo-Sloley who, with her son Manami, … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Tea People – Japanese Sencha

Tea: Sencha green tea from Uji prefecture of Japan Sample provided by: Tea People Twitter: @TeaPeopleLtd Link to Japanese Sencha Tasting notes: Dry leaf: The dry leaf consists of broken and medium-sized needle-shaped leaves. It has a light grassy aroma

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