About Japanese Tea
Although Tea is grown all around the world, there are three major methods of production that depend on whether the Tea is fermented or not. Even with Green Tea, there are many classifications of Tea depending on differences in the cultivation and steaming processes.
About Japanese Tea
Scientific societies all around the world have been conducting research on Japanese Green Tea. That is because various medical properties can be found in just one cup, all of which produce the characteristic aroma and flavor of Japanese Green Tea. Just by drinking a cup of Green Tea, the various compounds regularize the body and help keep you in good health.
From the long distant past, Japanese Tea has been referred to as “the best of all medicines” and “the panacea of good health.” Recently, scholars and experts from all walks of life, are scientifically proving the hidden benefits of Japanese Tea. Let us explore these below.
The Properties and Efficacy of Japanese Tea
The residents of Morimachi (a town in Shizuoka) are the most long-lived in Japan. The secret to this longevity is said to be the Tea that they drink. There are many kinds of Teas in the world, but let us explain the benefits of drinking Green Tea.Detail
How to Make Delicious Japanese Tea
Regular Indian Tea and Oolong Tea can be enjoyed for their aromas, but the beauty of Green Tea is its vibrant color. This is how to make Green Tea that both looks and tastes delicious. The very last drop (The Golden Drop) is full of the tasty goodness of Green Tea.Detail
The Manufacturing Process of Japanese Tea
Unlike Indian Tea and Oolong Tea, Green Tea is not fermented. The key to excellent Japanese Tea is the harvesting of raw leaves. The half-produced Tea, referred to as Crude Tea, is made according to the processing methods of experienced and knowledgeable Tea Makers to create the finished product.Detail
Introducing how to optimize the enjoyment and flavor of Matcha and other Japanese Teas. We will also introduce food products that use Japanese Tea.Detail