Green Tea: Unlock the Secrets to Revitalization and Well-Being

Unfermented tea leaves.

Various medical studies have shown that green tea offers a multitude of health benefits, the most heralded being its rich natural source of antioxidants, which is linked to cancer prevention.

Green tea is generally considered to be the healthiest type of tea because it is unfermented. Studies show that green tea is rich in minerals like iron, sodium and potassium and in vitamins such as carotene, A, D, B1, B2, and C.

“I left for the Orient in search of peace. I had achieved wealth and I had achieved glory, but it was meaningless without context. Standing high above the world on the fog and mist-enshrouded Wuyi Mountains, the aroma from the tea gardens below tapped into my spiritual being."

From Where?

China, Japan

Chinese green tea, known for its mild and subtle taste, has a refreshing aroma and pale hues. The leaves range in appearance from silver to deep emerald.
Japanese tea leaves are often a brilliant green, reminiscent of the lush gardens they are grown in. The liquor ranges from jade green to light yellow with a fragrant, puckery and slightly sweet taste.

COLOR: Light yellow to deep emerald

AROMA: Refreshing

TASTE: Subtle, delicate, slightly sweet

How Is Green Tea Made?


The fresh tea leaves of the tea plant (Camellia Sinensis) are picked.


The unopened buds are left to dry on bamboo mats.


The leaves are softened, and the moisture content of the leaves is reduced by half, allowing the leaves to be rolled without breaking.


Heat is applied to the leaves to stop the fermentation process. Leaves are either heated in wok or steamed.

Make The Perfect Cup of Green Tea

Essential Green Teas


loose leaf TEA | Green


loose leaf TEA | Green


loose leaf TEA | Green

1 TSP per Teacup (8oz)



5 min Drink Plain

2 TSP per Teacup (8oz), pour over ice

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