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cold brewed sakura sencha

Cold Brewed Sakura Sencha!

Cold brewed Sakura Sencha is another delicious summer treat. It is crisp and naturally sweet! Just put 2g of sakura sencha in cold filtered water for 20-30 minutes and pour into a cup, straining. Very refreshing! Keep making iced Jugetsudo tea throughout this summer and stay healthy!

yuzu plant has dangerous thorns

Yuzu plant has dangerous thorns…

The yuzu plant has big, dangerous thorns. You would not want to step on these spiky twigs—the big thorns would easily pierce through your sneakers’ soles! Even experienced yuzu farmers get scratches on their faces when they harvest the fruits. In contrast to its dangerous thorns, the yuzu citrus is nice and fruity. Let’s sip […]

lemon sencha

Honey Lemon Sencha

Cold brew sencha with honey lemon is a perfect summer drink! It is tasty and refreshing! To make honey lemon, thinly slice a lemon and put the slices in an air-tight container with 1-2 table spoons of honey. Store in refrigerator for up to three weeks. Just put the honey lemon slice in cold brew […]

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

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

cold brew organic sencha classic green tea

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