The best way to enjoy Japanese Green Tea is steeping it in hot water and drinking it. Sometimes, it’s fun to get a little creative in the kitchen, so when a packaged arrived fromJapanese Green Tea Company与Issaku，抹茶和焙茶叶，我想尝试一些新的东西。
I just steep my tea in hot water and sip away most of the time. Occasionally, I enjoy being a bit fancy. Below are some different ways of using Issaku, Matcha, and Hojicha tea leaves fromJapanese Green Tea Company。
Japanese Green Tea Companyis the only US-based company to source tea directly from Arahataen Green Tea Farms in Shizuoka, Japan. Shizuoka has been the centre of green tea cultivation in Japan for centuries, and the region’s intense sunlight and intermittent fog gives each batch of tea its distinctive flavour.
Issaku Cold Brew Green Tea
Issaku is the highest-grade tea available from Arahataen Green Tea Farm and due to the complex and long process of creating the tea, only a limited quantity is available to produce every year. This was a winner at the Global Tea Championship in 2017.
4. Stir tea, strain and serve cold
Hojicha Layered Latte
I absolutely adore their hojicha. Hojicha is roasted green tea and has lower caffeine and less bitter than other tea. I’ve had hojicha is a lot of different desserts, but making a latte out of these loose leaves if my favourite.
- Pour milk and honey mixture in a tall glass.
The roasted flavour of hojicha mixed with the warm frothed milk really feels like a warm hug to me. One of my favourite drinks to make and easily impress any guests.
I really enjoyed all 3 teas – Issaku, Matcha, and Hojicha and it came in the mail very quickly. Japanese Green Tea Company is located in Portland, Oregon but they distribute and sell tea in North America, so you don’t need to fly to Japan to get authentic green tea.
如果你有兴趣在日本绿茶，Japanese Green Tea Companyis a wealth of knowledge and also sells amazing varieties of green tea, which I highly recommend.