Mitoku Sencha Japanese Green Tea
Mitoku Sencha Japanese Green Tea is a premium quality Japanese green tea made from the season’s first tender, young leaves, and hand harvested at their peak of flavor. By a unique Japanese process, the freshly picked leaves are briefly steamed to capture their complex flavor and emerald green color, then rolled into curls and oven dried.
The Art of Making and Using Traditional Japanese Foods
Mitoku’s motto is Food Is Medicine. Mitoku has been the leading exporter of high quality traditional Japanese natural and organic foods for more than 30 years.
Mitoku purpose has been to introduce to the West the highest quality foods with an Authentic Taste of Traditional Japan. At Mitoku, they strongly believe that the diet developed in Japan over the past several centuries can make a great contribution to the Western world. In its search for foods that are not only wholesome, nutritious and health promoting but also delicious, attractive and satisfying.
The Joys of Japanese Tea
Today, more than a thousand years later, tea has become Japan’s national beverage. From the Zen Buddhist tea ceremony, to the daily three o’clock tea break, drinking tea is a Japanese institution.
Both stimulating and relaxing, Japanese teas such as tangy sencha, smoky hojicha, and earthy kukicha refresh the palate and heighten the pleasure of eating all types of food. Although all Japanese tea comes from the evergreen Camellia sinensis, unique processing produces teas with different tastes, colors, and physiological effects. Like many herbal brews, Japanese tea has legendary health benefits, some now scientifically proven.
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