Eugene Tea Festival

Eugene Tea Festival!

We had a blast at the Eugene Tea Festival last year, and we’re thrilled to announce that we’ll be back this year! Join us on Sunday, May 26, 2024, at the Farmers Market Pavilion, located at 85 E 8th Avenue, Eugene, Oregon.

https://www.eugeneteafest.org

We can’t wait to meet with tea lovers in Eugene and share our passion for all things tea. See you there!

Assortment of Fundamental Teas

Oseibo -Japanese Gift Giving Tradition

“Oseibo,” a cherished Japanese tradition marking the end of the year, involves the gifting of tokens of appreciation to express gratitude for the recipient’s kindness throughout the year and to extend wishes for a continued positive relationship in the coming year. This meaningful gesture not only communicates appreciation but also doubles as a heartfelt New Year’s greeting. While there are no strict rules regarding the recipients of Oseibo, it is commonly given to those who have been supportive, including supervisors, teachers, parents, and relatives. It symbolizes enduring gratitude and the anticipation of ongoing positive connections in the future.

The timing for sending Oseibo may slightly vary depending on the region, but generally falls between early December and around the 20th.

Oseibo gifts typically consist of “Kiemono,” or consumable items, rather than decorative interior items. Everyday essentials such as tea and coffee, as well as gourmet foods and confections, are popular choices.

This holiday season, Jugetsudo presents an assortment box featuring our fundamental teas: Organic Sencha, Genmaicha, and Hojicha. This box makes for the perfect Oseibo gift. Why not express your gratitude by gifting Oseibo to someone special in your life?

NW Tea Festival 2023

Northwest Tea Festival

We are delighted to share some wonderful news! Northwest Tea Festival is making a long-waited comeback after a four-year break, which was caused by the challenges brought about by COVID-19, and Jugetsudo is participating in it! The past few years have been a test of resilience for everyone, but we are incredibly excited to once again connect with fellow tea lovers and rekindle our passion for the world of tea! See you guys there!

10 AM – 6 PM Saturday, September 23rd
10 AM – 4 PM Sunday, September 24th
Exhibition Hall at Seattle Center,
301 Mercer St, Seattle WA 98109

https://www.nwteafestival.com

TeaFestPDX

Tea Fest PDX 2023!

Jugetsudo USA is participating in the TeaFestPDX on Saturday, July 15th!

9:30 AM – 6:30 PM, Saturday, July 15th
World Forestry Center
4033 SW Canyon Rd, Portland, OR 97221

Let’s have fun!

TeaFestPDX

Our Teabags are Now Decomposable

Our Teabags are now Decomposable!

We’re thrilled to announce that we have made a positive change for the environment! All Jugetsudo 2g teabags are now decomposable, taking a huge step towards reducing our ecological footprint.

By utilizing innovative technology and sustainable materials, we have transformed our teabags into an eco-friendly alternative. They are made from plant-based fibers that naturally break down over time, ensuring they won’t contribute to plastic waste.

This means that every time you enjoy a cup of our delicious tea, you can also feel good about making a greener choice. Together, we can make a difference by choosing sustainable options that protect our planet for future generations.

Remember, small changes can lead to big results. Together, let’s sip our way towards a more sustainable future!

cold brewed Momo Sencha is refreshing

Refreshing Cold Brewed Momo Sencha

Indulge in the perfect blend of premium Sencha green tea and succulent peaches, meticulously crafted to create a harmonious fusion of flavors. Served over ice, this invigorating beverage is the ultimate companion for those warm, sun-drenched days!

How to make cold brewed Momo Sencha:
Brew 4g (2 teaspoons) of Momo Sencha in 1 cup of cold filtered water for 15 minutes.
Fill a glass with ice cubes and pour over the Momo Sencha, straining.

Eugene Tea Festival

Eugene Tea Festival!

Jugetsudo USA is participating in the Eugene Tea Festival on Sunday, May 21st!
Please join us for fun!

May 21st, 2023 10am-4pm
Farmers Market Pavilion
85 E. 8th Avenue Eugene, OR 97401

Tea Time Tokyo, assortment of 18 teabags

New Product!

Assortment of 18 teabags of Jugetsudo teas! 3 Each: Organic Sencha, Organic Genmaicha (green tea with roasted brown rice), Organic Hojicha (roasted green tea), Yuzu Sencha, Five Grain Tea, Organic Japanese Earl Grey. Each teabag is individually wrapped.This box set makes a great gift! Get yours today!

tea fest PDX

Tea Fest PDX is back!

Tea Fest PDX is back finally on Saturday, July 16th at Lewis & Clark college. It is an outside venue!
We are super-excited to see all the tea lovers in Portland area. Missed you guys so much!
Come and say hi and try some of our green tea!

Tea Fest PDX
When: July 16, 2022
9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
WHERE: Lewis & Clark College
Estate Gardens
615 s Palatine Hill Rd
Portland OR 97219
https://www.teafestpdx.com/

basque style cheesecake

Basque Burnt Cheesecake with Matcha

Basque Style Cheesecake with Matcha
 
The "Burnt" Basque Cheesecake is very easy to make. Just mix the ingredients and bake at high heat. It is meant to be burnt, so there is no way to mess up. We added Jugetsudo Organic Matcha Nature and it made the flavorful cheesecake even better! You can enjoy this cake in two ways. When the cake is warm, it is light and fluffy. Serve it with vanilla ice cream. If you like it rich, let it cool or chill in the fridge. It is so creamy and decadent!
Ingredients
  • for a 6 inch cake mold
  • 11oz (300g) cream cheese
  • 3 oz (902g) sugar
  • 3 eggs
  • 5 oz (150cc or 3/5 cup) heavy cream
  • 1 Tablespoon flour
  • 1½ Tablespoon Organic Matcha Nature
Instructions
  1. Heat the to 430°F.
  2. Put the cream cheese In a microwavable bowl, and heat it for 30 seconds or until the cream cheese is soft. Add the sugar and mix well.
  3. Add eggs one at a time and mix well.
  4. Add the heavy cream, flour and matcha powder and mix well.
  5. Cut a parchment paper that is large enough to line the cake mold from the bottom to the rim. Wet the paper with water and squeeze. Line the cake mold with the now wet and wrinkled parchment paper (this will make the outside of the cake look rustic!)
  6. Pour the batter into the prepared pan. Bake until deeply golden brown on top and still jiggly in the center, 30 minutes.
  7. Let cool slightly, then unmold. Let cool completely and peel away parchment from the cake carefully. Slice into wedges and serve at room temperature.