cold brew yuzu sencha

Cold Brew Yuzu Sencha

Have you cold brewed yuzu sencha?
Cold brewing brings out the zesty yuzu and is very refreshing in summer!
Just put 2 grams of yuzu sencha (or 1 teabag) in a cup of cold water and wait for 20 minutes.
Have a good summer with Jugetsudo tea!

Yuzu Sencha

tea fest pdx 2018

Tea Fest PDX is July 21st!

Portland had its first tea fest last summer and it was a success!
We are having the second one on July 21st at World Forestry Center and of course Jugetsudo USA will be there!
We are looking forward to meeting all the tea lovers in Portland!
Come and visit this awesome event, and make sure to stop by our booth and taste some of our tea.
Tea Fest PDX 2018


tea fest PDX

tea fest PDX

World tea expo at Las Vegas Convention Center

Jugetsudo was at World Tea Expo!

We had fun at the World Tea Expo 2018 in Las Vegas last week. Outside was over 100F, but inside of the convention center was nice and cool—-perfect to sample hot green tea!
We met a lot of tea lovers and Ricardo Caicedo was among them. Ricardo is a tea blogger and in fact he wrote about Jugetsudo in his blog, My Japanese Green Tea.

Ricardo was born in Columbia and he prefers tea, especially green tea, over coffee. He is the first Colombian to obtain the certification of Japanese Tea Advisor by the Nihoncha (Japanese Tea) Instructor Association!
His mission is to spread the word about Japanese tea culture.
Thank you Ricardo!
Make sure to visit his blog at www.myjapanesegreentea.com

international sushi day

International Sushi Day!

June 18th is International Sushi Day!
Japanese sushi restaurants usually serve hot mecha to go with the sushi.
Next time you are at a sushi restaurant, check out what kind of tea they are serving!
Jugetsudo mecha is served at Nimblefish, which is located in Southeast Portland.
Check out @nimblefishpdx and their amazing sushi!

Nimblefish

national iced tea day

National Iced Tea Day

June 10th is National Iced Tea Day! Enjoy a glass of cold brew hojicha!

Jugetsudo Hojicha

Cold brew hojicha

Cold Brew Hojicha

Cold brew hojicha tastes good and summery!
Put 10g (1/3 oz) of hojicha loose leaf (or 5 teabags—2g each) in one quart of cold water and set aside for 4 hours or overnight.
Enjoy the refreshing, earthy cold brew hojicha!

Shop Hojicha

matcha latte

Matcha Latte

Wake up with a cup of warm matcha latte on a chilly morning.
Jugetsudo’s matcha doux is sweetened with organic sugar so it’s easy to use!

1 Tbsp(10g) matcha doux (sweetened with organic sugar)
1/4 cup hot water
3/4 cup warm milk


Place the matcha powder in a cup. Slowly whisk in water and whisk well with a small whisk. Pour in the milk.

Organic Matcha Doux (sweetened)

anko crumpet

Anko Crumpets

Today’s oyatsu (snack) is an anko crumpet!
A crumpet is a small griddle cake originated in England. The outside is crispy and crunchy and the inside is soft and chewy. The flat top has pores–perfect for butter to permeate.
Scrumptious Crumpet in southeast Portland makes great crumpets!
We put butter (lots of), anko (redbean paste), whipped cream and sprinkled some matcha on top.
It was very, very good.


Scrumptious Crumpets

matcha smoothie in a mason jar

Mason Jar Matcha Smoothie

Did you know that a mason jar fits most blenders?
You can make matcha smoothie super-easily without cleaning the big blender container!

Mason Jar Matcha Smoothie
Serves: 12 oz mason jar
 
Ingredients
  • 1 scoop vanilla ice cream
  • 1 cup milk (or soy milk, almond milk)
  • 1 Tbsp matcha nature (unsweetened)
  • ice cubes to lightly fill the jar
Instructions
  1. ) Put all the ingredients in the mason jar.
  2. ) Attach the blade base of the blender directly onto the mason jar. Make sure it's tightly attached.
  3. ) Secure the jar to the blender and blend.
Organic Matcha–unsweetened

cold brew sencha

Cold Brew Sencha

Cold brew sencha is easy to make.
Put 1 teaspoon of sencha loose leaf tea in 1 cup of cold water. Steep for half an hour.
It’s refreshing and mellow.
Make it in a big jar and keep it in the refrigerator.
Enjoy cold brew sencha all through the summer!

Sencha