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Bancha is called "everyday tea" and is traditionally enjoyed by the Japanese during meals. Big leaf tea is made from the lower leaves of the bush. An evenly processed leaf shows its true quality after infusion. The tea is rich in minerals and contains 70% less caffeine than other green teas. Bancha tincture has a mild taste and slightly herbal aroma.
A mixture of Japanese green tea Sencha, rice and pop corni gives the infusion a unique aroma. In Japan, it is known as "geisha's breakfast" because it helps to lose appetite.
Georgian twisted green tea produced in the ecologically clean region of Guria. Made from hand-picked raw materials according to modern standards. Contains useful substances, regulates sugar level and blood pressure, cleans the body from slugs.
Green Tea Pyramids
Green with Jasmine
Gunpowder “Temple of Heaven”
Small tightly rolled balls that open up when the tea is infused. Only 2 grams are needed to make one cup. It is distinguished by its sharp taste, which is mainly drunk in the morning.
Jasmine Dragon Pearls
One of the most expensive types of Chinese green tea. Young green leaves are hand-rolled into pearl-shaped balls. The infusion has a light jasmine aroma.
Chinese green tea with jasmine from Yunnan province. It differs from other jasmine teas in the flavoring method. To make it, jasmine flowers are kept together with tea. The infusion has a dark yellowish color and a sharp taste.