16,98 Incl. VAT

Fukamushi Sencha Yame tea is steamed longer than regular Sencha, giving the tea leaves a lighter aroma, and deeper taste. Thanks to this deep taste, Fukamushi tea is also very suited to make ice tea. Fukamushi tea leaves are shorter than regular Sencha leaves.

 9,43 Incl. VAT

Our basic tea with a deep green taste and colour. Sencha Yame is also known as Yamecha.

 10,38 Incl. VAT

Genmaicha Yame is a sencha tea where roasted rice has been added. The roasted rice gives the tea a very crispy taste.

 31,13 Incl. VAT

The last weeks before harvest, the tea plants are covered with shadow nets. This forces the plants to create extra polyphenols in order to make its photosynthesis, making the Matcha tea very rich in anti-oxidants. The caffeine in Matcha is absorbed slowly by the blood, giving a 3 hour lasting boost of concentration. In order to enjoy the slight bitter taste, Japanese tend to eat something sweet prior to drinking Matcha tea. This way you get the perfect balance between sweet & bitter.    

 33,02 Incl. VAT

During the last weeks before harvest, the tea plants are covered with shadow nets. The shade forces the tea plants to produce more chlorophyll in order to make its photosynthesis. The extra chlorophyll gives the tea leaves a very sophisticated and deep  taste. It is also very rich in anti-oxidants. If brewed correctly, a sip of Gyokuro brings an explosion of taste in the mouth!

 23,58 Incl. VAT

For this award winning Sencha only the best tea leaves have been selected. It has a very deep yet sophisticated and delicate taste.

5. Hojicha /Bancha

Hoji-Bancha (70gr)

 9,43 Incl. VAT

Don't be mistaken by the brown color, Hoji-Bancha is a green tea: it has been steamed tight after the harvest to stop the oxidation of the tea. After steaming, Hoji-Bancha is roasted, giving the tea leaves the brown color. The roasting is a natural way to remove the caffeine from the tea. That's why in Japan people enjoy Hojicha mainly in the evening. Azumaya Hojicha has a soft taste, making it perfectly suited to drink with (Japanese) food. Bancha tea is from the last harvest, making it very rich of minerals

5. Hojicha /Bancha

Hojicha (100gr)

 11,32 Incl. VAT

Don't be mistaken by the brown color, Hojicha is a green tea: it has been steamed tight after the harvest to stop the oxidation of the tea. After steaming, Hojicha is roasted, giving the tea leaves the brown color. The roasting is a natural way to remove the caffeine from the tea. That's why in Japan people enjoy Hojicha mainly in the evening. Azumaya Hojicha has a deep strong taste, making it perfectly suited as an alternative to coffee. Also great for making Ice-tea: just make the fresh tea, and pour it in a glass filled with ice cubes to cool it down.

 16,04 Incl. VAT

For this award winning Sencha tea only the best tea leaves have been selected. It has a very deep yet soft and complex taste.

 30,19 Incl. VAT

Premium Matcha Katagi Shiga 40 gr are grinded tea leaves. The last weeks before harvest, the tea plants are covered with shadow nets. This forces the plants to create extra polyphenols in order to make its photosynthesis, making the Matcha tea very rich in anti-oxidants. The caffeine in Matcha is absorbed slowly by the blood, giving a 3 hour lasting boost of concentration. In order to enjoy the slight bitter taste, Japanese tend to eat something sweet prior to drinking Matcha tea. This way you get the perfect balance between sweet & bitter.  

 39,62 Incl. VAT

Sencha Yame tea bags: for convenience we've put our sencha in a tea bag as well. Sencha Yame is also known as Yamecha.

5. Hojicha /Bancha

Kyo-Bancha (35gr)

 7,55 Incl. VAT

This very unique green tea is only produced in Kyoto-prefecture. It is made of almost complete tea leaves and small branches of the teat plant. It has a great deep-smoked taste and aroma.