Five Takes on Green Tea


Hojicha

This roasted green tea is low in caffeine but high in toastiness! Great hot or cold + goes well with milk.

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Taste the Difference.

Take A Journey Through Our Library of Green Tea

When you first start getting into teas, names like Genmaicha and Sencha might be overwhelming. What makes these green teas different? The answer starts with the sourcing and drying processes and ends with your tastebuds.

Jasmine

Green tea married with strong floral notes from jasmine blossoms that play like LeBron and sing like Mariah. Not to mention, it's loaded with natural antioxidants.


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Coconut

A tropical blend of real shredded coconut, coconut oil, and green tea. A tangy sweet liquor for those with any kind of sweet tooth.



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Lychee

A blend of lychee fruit and fragrant green tea. Smooth and easy fruity taste; a cross between a pear and a grape with some distinct floral notes.



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Genmaicha

Famous Japanese lightly-roasted rice and green tea. Also known as “popcorn tea" for it's grassy, nutty notes. Works equally well hot or cold + goes great with milk.

Learn more about Genmaicha.