Kagoshima

Kagoshima Prefecture, located at the far south end of the Kyshu Island, is characterised by its 11 active volcanoes and a numerous natural hot springs. The humid sub-tropical climate is ideal for tea production, making Kagoshima the second largest tea manufacture in Japan. The green teas originating from this region are marked by bold and rich flavour.

Kagoshima Prefecture, located at the far south end of the Kyshu Island, is characterised by its 11 active volcanoes and a numerous natural hot springs. The humid sub-tropical climate is ideal for tea production, making Kagoshima the second largest tea manufacture in Japan. The green teas originating from this region are marked by bold and rich flavour.

  • Ceremonial Matcha

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    The Matcha Premium is a Ceremonial Matcha, a classic for the traditional Japanese Tea ceremony.

    £20.00
  • Green Earl Grey

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    An alluring blend of Japanese green tea and the essentially British flavour of Earl Grey tea. The two combine and complement one another fantastically, providing a classic green tea flavour with the sweetness and citrusy aroma of bergamot oil

    £5.95
  • Green Lemon

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    A tea with a kick! Japanese Sencha green tea is combined with lemon peel and lemongrass to produce a wonderfully zesty green tea which makes this a must for any green tea enthusiast.

    From £5.95
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    Kabuse No 1

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    Kabusé No.1 is the best green tea or sencha from the main May harvest.

    £19.95
  • Sencha Organic (semi shaded)

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    Sencha stands for ‘infused tea’ and it is the most popular Japanese tea worldwide.

    £13.95