Posts Tagged ‘Jugetsudo Tea’

momo sencha cold brew

Cold Brew Momo (Peach) Sencha

To cold brew momo sencha, pour 1 cup (250cc) cold water to 2 gram momo sencha and wait 20 minutes. The smooth, refreshing taste of the sencha compliments the sweet undertone of peaches along with a tiny hint of mint. Take some time to sit down with a cup of Jugetsudo momo senchato celebrate summer! […]

Zen a Tokyo

Zen a Tokyo is Back!

Jugetsudo green tea assortment, Zen a Tokyo is back on our selection by popular demand! This three tea assortment includes: Loose Leaf Mecha (bud tea) Loose Leaf Sakura Sencha (green tea with cherry blossom petals) Loose Leaf Yuzu Sencha (green tea with yuzu citrus) Perfect for a gift Zen a Tokyo

jugetsudo ginza kabukiza

When in Tokyo…

Here is the video of our cool mother ship in Tokyo! When you have a chance to visit Tokyo, never miss this place and try the tea ceremony experience! And LIVE JAPAN PERFECT GUIDE is a great website to know about Japan’s sightseeing spots, activities, food and shops, etc. Check it out when you are […]

Portland Art Museum

Jugetsudo Teas at Portland Art Museum

Portland Art Museum (PAM) is now exhibiting Poetic Imagination in Japanese Art through January. Cool ink paintings and calligraphy from 16th-18th century are on view. Jugetsudo teas are now available at PAM cafe and gift shop. We are offering tea tastings on the following weekends: 10/20 (Sat) 11am-3pm 10/26 (Fri) 5-8pm 11/17(Sat) 11am-3pm 1/12 (Sat) […]

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

Waterfalls at Portland Japanese Garden

It has been an amazing year!

It has been a year since Jugetsudo teas became available at Portland Japanese Garden. The Umami Cafe has been serving our teas with locally sourced sweets! Read more: Portland Monthly Magazine article