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The Kyushu Terroir

We specialize in green teas from Kyushu, an island in southwest Japan. Kyushu is the birthplace of tea in Japan, and continues to be the one of the leading tea producing regions in the country. 

Teas from this warm and sunny island are renowned for their naturally sweet flavours, as farmers and producers cater to the sweet tooth of people in Kyushu. 

We directly source our green teas from growers who use simple, time-tested methods to produce naturally flavorful teas.  

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super simple brewing guide

How to brew Kamairicha [Video]

Learn how to brew a delicious cup of Kamairicha (pan-fired geren tea) in tea in a simple and effortless way. While this video is technically dedicated to Kamairicha, all Japanese green teas use the same brewing technique. All you have to do is tweak the temperature, leaf/water ratio, and steep time.

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How to prepare Cold Brew Tea

Cold brew tea, or mizudashi, is a great drink for any season. It has a milder and sweeter flavor profile than hot tea. Cold brew tea also makes a great nightcap, as it's naturally lower in caffeine.The best part about this tea is that it's oh-so-easy to prepare.

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Kamairicha has dark seaweed-green leaves with a toasty scent. The liquor is golden yellow and produces a crisp aroma that is reminiscent of roasted chestnut and toast. It has a light mouthfeel, a nutty flavour, and a hint of smokiness.  

What is Kamairicha? 
Kamairicha (釜炒り茶) is a type of green tea that is pan-fried instead of steamed and is a regional specialty of Ureshino in Saga Prefecture.

The leaves are fried in an iron vessel that is slanted at a 45-degree angle. Their unique preparation method gives this tea its toasty flavours and aromas.

Compared to steamed green tea, pan-fried tea is very rare in Japan, accounting for only 0.3% of all teas produced in Japan. Even within Saga Prefecture itself, Kamairicha represents only 2% of all green tea production. 

Tasting Notes

Roasted Chestnut



Tea Origin

Ureshino, Saga Prefecture, Japan


Yabukita (やぶきた)

Brewing Guide

  • Leaf: 8g
  • Temperature: 80°C (176°F)
  • Water quantity: 240ml
  • Steep time: 60 seconds



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