The spirit of the tea beverage is one of peace, comfort, and refinement. – Arthur Gray

Green tea is the most popular tea produced and consumed in Japan, and around the world, Japanese green tea has been acclaimed as one of the healthiest drinks. It’s known for being loaded with antioxidants and nutrients that have powerful effects on the body, including improved brain function, fat loss, a lower risk of cancer and many other impressive health benefits.

All of Senbird’s tea is packed with organic whole-leaf tea. 

Our pyramid-shaped corn fiber tea sachets are designed for quick and easy brewing. Each tea bag can be used up to three times, with every seep unveiling a unique flavor and aroma. Instantly enjoy a variety of authentic premium Japanese tea in your teacup or teapot, any time and anywhere.

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Green Tea

Sencha (煎茶)

● Sun-grown tea that is steamed, kneaded and dried
● Delicate, refreshing flavor with grassy notes
● Great choice for a quick eye-opener or served with tea time, after meals or with sweets

Roasted Green Tea

Hojicha (焙じ茶)​

●  Pan-fried green tea, known for being low in caffeine
●  Nutty, toasty flavor and aroma
●  Good for digestion and ideal for drinking after meals or during the evening​

Shade-Grown Green Tea

Gyokuro (玉露)​​

● Tea leaves are shaded from sunlight for 2 weeks before harvesting
● Sweet, mild umami taste
● Finest quality green tea in Japan

Brown Rice Green Tea

Genmaicha (玄米茶)​

●  Green tea (sencha) mixed with roasted brown rice
●  Aromatic fragrance with a rich toasted flavor and a hint of sweetness
●  Less caffeine than standard green tea

Powdered Green Tea

Matcha (抹茶)​​

● Tea leaves are steamed, fried, and then ground into a fine powder
● Powder remains in drink, giving a bright green color & strong taste
● Tea ceremonies use high-grade matcha; regular-grade is for cooking, baking, etc.


Barley Tea

Mugicha (麦茶)​​

● Brewed from roasted barley kernels
● Roasty, toasty flavor with no caffeine & no calories
● Perfect to drink cold during hot summer seasons, but can be enjoyed hot too​

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