Green Tea

Green tea is a longtime treasure of China and Japan that is gaining popularity in America. It’s easy to understand why: the best green tea leaves are heated or steamed right after harvest, preserving their all-natural flavor and resulting in a nourishing beverage containing antioxidants. With about half the caffeine of black tea, you get the health benefits of green tea in every gentle cup. You can buy premium green teas in either loose-leaf or green tea bags.

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  • Jasmine Jazz Green Full-Leaf

    Yin Hao Jasmine blossom tea is recognized as the finest in the world brewing a bright cup with clean, sharp flavors. Sweet China leaves are married with fragrant flowers seven times during the evening when the jasmine blossoms open.

  • Jasmine Pearls Full-Leaf

    Tea of Integrity - Harvested in early spring in Fujian province in China, the choicest, tippy leaf and bud sets are hand rolled into tight 'pearls' and dried before they are scented multiple times with fresh jasmine blossoms. This painstaking process depends on perfect timing. The result is a clean, floral tea that yields distinct flavor even after many infusions.

  • U•Matcha® Chai

    100% Premium Japanese Matcha

    U•Matcha® Chai blends into a dark olive infusion with a crisp finish and lingering hints of spice.

    A NEW WORLD OF GREEN TEA

    Unlike regular green tea, these tender, shade-grown leaves are ground to a fine powder. Instead of being steeped, U•Matcha® is blended into water and sipped (ground powder and all), allowing your body to take in more of the health benefits that green tea has to offer. This exceptional tea has the balanced flavors of what is referred to as umami (literally, "yummy" in Japanese). Spicy, sweet, bright and grassy, this super energizing blend will add spice to your day. Nice with a touch of honey.

    U•Matcha (OO•mah•cha) Chai

    This blend of exotic Eastern spices ? cinnamon, ginger and cardamom ? is a warming balance to the grassy freshness of premium matcha. Wonderful as a latte or blended in your morning oatmeal.

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