Skip to main content Japanese Green Tea Drinks. In Stock. Los Angeles. I've tried this and have tried Teas Tea as well. I find that both are just the same, with slight different elements. I also have tried brewing my own, and that's the one that is clear, without any oily taste at all.
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Skip to main content Japanese Tea. In Stock. All these teas taste great and cost about the same, but have different taste profiles. Add to cart. My box was crushed a bit, but the contents are individually sealed packets.
There are about twenty different types of Japanese tea. The kind most often made in Japan is the steamed type of sencha and fukamushicha, which together account for seventy-five percent of the tea produced in the country. Aromatic teas such as bancha and hojicha are very popular as well.