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Jugetsudo’s quality tea is now available in the US.

Sunday, August 27th 2017 @ 11:52 AM

The Japanese tea shop Jugetsudo was started by Maruyama Nori, the nori (dried seaweed) merchant founded in 1854. More than 160 years of tradition and experience pursuing the highest quality ingredients along with the spirit of “Cha (tea) -Zen” promise an enjoyable fragrance of tea that will stimulate your senses while providing a sense of comfort. Jugetsudo's teas are now available at www.maruyamanoriusa.com. Also, Portland Japanese Garden serves the teas at their Umami Cafe and carry the teas at their gift shop as well. 


Jugetsudo’s teas are all organic.
 
Matcha: This tea is selected from the Okabe area of Shizuoka, at the foot of Mount Fuji. The temperature rises during the day and it cools down during the night. The dramatic swing in the temperature gives the tea leaves umami, a rich and flavorful taste.
 Sencha: The most popular type of Japanese green tea. This tea has a light and verdant taste as well as a pleasant fragrance of young spring leaves. It contains theanine which gives it a refreshing taste and helps to relax the mind. It is rich in vitamin C. 
Genmaicha (Green Tea with Roasted Brown Rice) : This is green tea mixed with roasted brown rice and matcha. The roasted brown rice gives unique, almost nutty or smoky flavor to the tea. Matcha provides the depth and vibrant green color. Genmaicha is a casual tea that can be used for any occasion.
 Hojicha (Roasted Green Tea): Roasted at a high temperature, this tea gives off a very pleasant fragrance and produces a gentle flavor. It has less caffeine than other green tea and is gentle on the stomach. Hojicha has a lovely, soft brown color.

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