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    BLOG #27: Matcha Green Smoothie

    Besides that you can drink Matcha pure, you can also blend with it. For example, you can mix it with your yogurt, oatmeal, shake or smoothie. This time we made a ‘Matcha Green Smoothie’ with a bit of ginger. Delicious and healthy! We share the ‘recipe’ here: Ingredients: – 1/2 pear – 1/2 kiwi – …

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    BLOG #22: Matcha Green Iced Tea

    During the Dutch Tea Festival (last weekend, May 28 2017) we gave a seminar about Matcha in the afternoon. It was a hot day (almost 30 degrees!), so we had a big Kilner tap with fresh Matcha Green Iced Tea with us. After the seminar, everyone could taste the iced tea. There were several people who …

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    BLOG #14: Matcha grade A, B, and C!

    There are different grades in Matcha, but how do you know that you have bought a good quality Matcha? In this blog we will to tell you more about this and we will compare Matcha grades A, B and C. Speaking about great quality Matcha, we sell Matcha Ceremonial Grade. This superior Matcha is made of …

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    BLOG #13: Detoxing with HUG THE TEA!

    Detoxing with the teas of HUG THE TEA! Detoxing with green tea of HUG THE TEA! Something different than the detox course of the Green Happiness, perhaps well-known? But what does detoxing actually mean? And what makes detoxing so important? In this blog we discuss about detoxing and we will share our greatest discoveries about …

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    BLOG #10: How to make a good Matcha Latte?!

    It’s the ‘bestseller’ in our teabar: Matcha Latte, also called the ‘green cappuccino’! It’s a very healthy coffee substitute; Matcha is very high in theïne and gives you an gradual energyboost during the day (for about 6-8 hours). Matcha is also very rich in antioxidants (catechine EGCg) vitamins and minerals. It’s a real superfood (or actually super-tea) with many …

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    BLOG #8: More about first flush green tea…

    The Tea Competition in Japan requires the support of many people working together. It sustains the tea industry, because the purpose of the tea competition is to improve Japanese tea agricultural and manufacturing techniques. It requires organizational strength, steering strength, judging technical strength, and so on at a high level to convene the tea competition …

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  • BLOG #7: Bakken en koken met Matcha thee

    In dit blog gaan we wat dieper in op het bakken en koken met Matcha thee. Er is al veel te lezen over Matcha thee op onze website, maar we vinden het leuk om hier meer over te delen met jullie. In dit blog kun je ook allerlei leuke recepten vinden. Er zijn veel verschillende kwaliteiten …

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  • BLOG #6: Green iced tea or beer… The thirstquenchers!

    A while ago, we have tried an ice tea brewer at Dok Cookware in The Hague. The ice tea brewer looks pretty cool with the glass bowl and special ice can (see the photo below).We had brought a bag of our Sencha and a coffee- and teaspecialist from Dok made a Sencha green iced tea. This he did …

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  • BLOG #5: Meeting with our businesspartners and teafarmers from Japan

    Our tea businesspartners came over from Japan last week. Last Friday (15-4) we met them in The Hague. We have showed them our teabar. They were very excited and immediately started taking pictures of the shop and of course we took a picture together. They liked to see how we show the Japanese green teas in our teabar. …

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    BLOG #4: Green tea from Japan – GRN TEA FRM JPN

    Regularly people ask us: Why did you choose specifically green tea from JAPAN? In previous blogs, it has become more clear why green tea has our preference; this is the purest tea (no or very minimal fermentation and healthy substances stay in the leaves) and it is simply delicious to drink 😉 But why Japanese tea? We …

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