Bubble milk tea originates from Taiwan but has since grown in popularity all around the world. Though there are many different versions of milk tea, we have recreated a version that uses everyone’s favorite Japanese Hojicha roasted green tea! This Hojicha bubble milk tea is one you can easily make at home, whether you want
Tea has been an integral part of monastic life for centuries in Japan. Meditation with tea allows the mind to stay awake. This meditation with your tea practice allows for awareness to take root in one’s mind as one enjoys the quality of the tea leaves, the tea utensils, and the space. Mindful tea brewing
It has been proven that tea has numerous health benefits like reducing the risk of heart disease, weight loss, protecting your bones, and is a source of numerous antioxidants. There are various studies, however, demonstrating that some tea leaves contain more caffeine content than coffee beans. Well, caffeine isn’t truly bad if consumed in small
A kyusu, sometimes spelled kyuusu, is a traditional Japanese teapot used for brewing Japanese green tea. The most common type of kyusu comes with a handle on the side, although it can also have a handle on the back or over the top. It is usual for a person to use the term kyusu to
Matcha green tea is a powerhouse of antioxidants. Made from stone-ground first-pick tea buds of the spring season, matcha green tea comes in a powder form and can’t be steeped like other loose tea. Whisking using a bamboo chasen is recommended for the preparation of matcha. Whisking the matcha ensures that the powder will dissolve
Sencha, or green tea, is the most popular tea in Japan, representing about 80% of all tea produced in the country. Japanese green tea is one of the most popular green teas worldwide. Sencha green tea is an incredibly versatile tea and is easy to brew to individual taste preferences while offering abundant health benefits.
A refreshing iced green tea is one of the best ways to cool down in the summer heat. We had the pleasure of serving many Japanese tea enthusiasts in New York City’s Times Square.
By drinking tea every day, you can improve both your physical and mental well-being. The most commonly
Have you ever wondered how the name “Tea” came to fruition? The word “Tea” is used by all English speakers, however, the word for tea is a little different depending on where you are in the world. In this article, we’re going back in tea history to walk through the origin and evolution of the