Posts Tagged ‘organic tea’

cold brew sencha

Time for Cold Brew Tea

Cold brew tea is easy to make and tastes amazing! Hot water tends to bring out the tannic, bitter flavor in tea, but with cold water, the tea will be mild; smooth and with lots of delicate umami! To make cold brew tea, put one teaspoon of loose leaf tea (or one teabag) in one […]

2018 holiday bazaar

2018 Holiday Bazaar

<br/ >Jugetsudo is participating in the 2018 Holiday Bazaar at Food Innovation Center on Thursday, December 13th 5:00pm-7:30pm. You can taste our premium Japanese green teas, such as organic sencha, organic genmaicha and organic hojicha! We are serving yuzu sencha and sakura sencha (green tea with cherry blossome petals), too! Come to find unique holiday […]

tea time with hojicha latte

Tea Time with Hojicha Latte

Treat yourself to a nice cup of warm hojicha latte. It’s smoky and milky. Whole milk is our choice here since hojicha is light compared to black tea, but you can use your favorite–almond milk, soy milk… Simple finger sandwiches are fun to make. For both egg salad and tuna salad, chopped onion is essential […]

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

national iced tea day

National Iced Tea Day

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

mecha and lilac

Mecha is in season!

Lilac is in season and so is iced mecha. This tea contains green tea powder made of new leaf buds, which are packed with a natural umami component called theanine. It has a deep green color and a strong, yet rounded flavor. This tea is our number one seller! How to cold brew Jugetsudo mecha: […]

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Cherry Blossoms

In Japan, the new school year starts in April. In March, students would know the result of their college entrance exam. In olden days, when there was no internet nor telephones, there was a service of telegramming the entrance exam result to applicants who lived farther away. The accepted ones would receive a telegram that […]

Mecha toddy at Bible Club

Mecha Hot Toddy

It’s winter and everybody is drinking hot toddies to get warm, to nurse a cold and…well, just to enjoy the great tasting wintry drink. Jessica Braasch at Bible Club PDX made an awesome hot toddy using Jugetsudo mecha, umami packed green tea. It’s warm, smooth and sweet, and it is also very relaxing. The atmosphere […]

matcha at Portland Japanese Garden

Tea Time at Portland Japanese Garden

Umami Café at the Portland Japanese Garden now serves Jugetsudo tea along with locally made Japanese confections. Frothy matcha is light and yet rich in taste—almost creamy. It tastes even better when it is paired with Japanese sweets like the spring shibori (a traditional Japanese sweet of red and white bean paste). The sweetness of […]

Our shipment is delivered by USPS. Thank you!

Thank a Mailman Day!

Today is Thank a Mailman Day! Our shipments are delivered by USPS. Thank you, Postal Office Workers!