Product weight: 5 sachets (9g)
Our selection of Organic Japanese Green Teas offer authenticity, distinct and delicious flavours, with the assurance of premium Organic quality. All of this is thanks to the craftsmanship and expertise of 3rd generation family-producers in Kyoto, Japan.
Our Teabags range is non-GM and in 100% sustainable packaging. The teabags are stitched together using a unique folding process and are staple free. The strings are made of 100% organic cotton and the outer brochure is recyclable and printed on FSC certified paper.
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Store in a cool, dry place
In the hills around Kyoto, the third generation of the Nagata family use special organic methods, known as Nature Farming, to produce a range of exquisite green teas for Clearspring.
The ancient farming approach used by the Nagatas builds up soil vitality by maintaining a semi-wild environment, where the plants are not overly protected and gain nourishment from repeated applications of compost made from tea clippings and dried leaves, which together with regular mulching helps control weed growth and maintain soil moisture.
Whilst most tea farmers spray their plants with pesticides and herbicides 15-20 times a year, the Nagatas' tea bushes have a vigour that enables them to thrive without chemical inputs.
The Nagatas' yields may be lower than average but their plants have far less mould and blight. They remain productive for up to 40 years, twice as long as the typical tea bush treated with chemicals.
As well as growing tea, the Nagatas undertake the skilful blanching, drying and roasting processes to bring out the unique flavours of each individual blend.
Good idea to enable one to taste the teas before buying a whole box.
I enjoyed 2 of them very much, but not a great fan of the roasted teas, or the twig tea.
Definitely worth trying as tastes vary from person to person.
A carefully presented little pack - ideal for a gift to yourself or others.
I enjoyed being able to sample your teas. I have to say that I liked every one of them very much indeed.
I wanted to educate myself on the different Japanese tea tastes. This is an excellent way to do this. I came out with two strong favourites.