Japanese tea, with well-known global varieties, consists basically of varieties of green tea, whether pure or flavored.
Matcha tea powder is obtained from a certain type of tea plant, and following a special process that gives it a very distinctive flavor and texture.
Originally from Japan, it consists of a base of Japanese Sencha tea and roasted brown rice. Its name means literally "brown rice tea".
With a mild flavor very unique, as organic, it is used as a complement at the macrobiotic diets.
The kukicha or tea sticks, also known as winter tea is a blend of teas made from stalks, stems and twigs of Bancha tea, a common variety of Japanese green tea.
A matcha tea of superior quality, in which the process of selection and manipulation of the tea leaves ends up resulting in an aroma and flavor with more presence, as well as in a more intense color.
A Japanese sencha fresh green tea flavored with rose petals and peonies. A soft floral harmony with cherry nuances.