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Organic Tamayokucha

8.49 In Stock
This incredible Japanese-style tea is steamed as it dries, yielding a sweet, light flavor with no bitterness. Like all high quality Japanese green teas, this tea is green, not brown.
$8.49 - $42.00

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  • Description

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    There's a reason this is our best selling green tea - it has a sweet, light flavor you want in a cuppa' green tea, without being bitter. How do we do it? These whole tea leaves are gently steamed as they dry. Tamayokucha has a beautiful green hue you'll enjoy seeing in your cup as much as savoring on your tongue.

    Staff Pick: Dena, Inventory Manager

    "I am a Tamy Girl!  Green Tea, Medium Hot and no additions."

  • Directions

    light buzz,
    1/3 cup coffee
    15oz not boiling, 155° steep 3 min

Origin / Ingredients

From
China

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Customer Reviews

I’m not a huge plain green tea fan, but I actually really like this tea! The taste isn’t too overpowering.
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(Posted on 4/27/16)
It’s mild and very green tasting.
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(Posted on 4/25/16)
I chose to buy the 100 bag deal for this after having it a few times at a local Saxby’s. I love it! I have a couple of cups throughout the day at work and sometimes one at home as well. It is delicious by itself or with a dab of honey. I also think the packaging is super cute. 5/5 leaves would buy again.
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(Posted on 12/23/15)
Greatest Green Tea I’ve had by far!! Not bitter in taste or astringent to the mouth. Very light and refreshing!!! Love love love!!!
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(Posted on 11/12/15)
I first encountered Two Leaves Tea at my Community College. I was having a rough day and decided to get a cup of tea. I ended up getting this tea every day that I had class because it was so refreshing. I am buying my first box of the loose tea for myself because I am going through withdrawal since I have since moved away. Can’t wait until it arrives!
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(Posted on 9/3/15)
This is my favorite tea. I love the taste of this green tea. It does not have the usual bitter taste that green teas can have. I drink two cups daily to start my day at work. In the evening I have a cup of organic Bau Mu Dan which is my other favorite.
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(Posted on 8/7/15)
This and jasmine petal are my two favourite green teas. This one is great because it’s bold with subtle sweetness.
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(Posted on 1/30/15)
Love this tea! It’s light and full of subtle flavour! Hard to find a green tea this good.
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(Posted on 9/22/14)
This tea is amazing...a lot of green teas are bitter tasting but this green tea is mild and yummy tasting...a true winner in my household...
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
I tried this tea at my local coffee shop and was instantly in love! I immediately had to find it! Perfect green tea, never bitter. Makes you feel good.
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
I LOVE this tea. It’s one of my favorites. One thing though: you get more tea for your money buying the 100g cylinder over the 1/2lb bag. That seems weird. It should be less money per ounce the more you buy, right?
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
I am native Japanese, I got this brand’s tea at local shop today and saw that it says Tamayokucha. I know what’s Tamaryokucha (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamaryokucha) but I wonder how they named Tamayokucha. just mistake? or any purpose?
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
This is the best green tea out there. I always buy it loose. It’s not only great as a hot tea, it’s equally awesome as iced tea. I usually make some in my Iced Tea maker with sugar in the summer and as hot tea (sans sugar) in the winter. Great for an energy boost or to cure that lazy hangover. I just ran out this morning and got on here to order some more!
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
my favorite!
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
A nice, light green with a fresh flavor and nice energy boost
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
I LOVE this tea. I do not like bitter tea. It is tasty, soothing, and yummy.
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
I’ve tried several green teas, mainly for the health benefits, but I never really liked the taste of them. This is the first green tea I’ve tried that I actually drink for the flavor. It’s light and tastes great even without sugar.
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
Everything would be great if the tea bags were not placed within plastic bags and also the paper was not glued to the tea sachet. I am very disappointed with my purchase. I couldn’t even taste the tea. What glue are you using, can you please tell me? Thank you.
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
I LOVE THIS TEA!!!! It has replaced my favorite green tea. THe flavor is PERFECT. A balance of fresh grassy flavor, nuttiness, sweetness....it is the BEST.
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
Without a doubt the best green tea I’ve ever tasted, and now I’ve had the better rest, it’s just as wonderful. I tell everyone I now about this tea, and I buy at least 4 boxes a month at my local vitamin cottage! cant wait to try more varieties!
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
Where can I buy this most wonderful heavenly smooth delightful healing feeling in the tummy tea. This would be the best high tea time ever for me. First time I tried it and now how can buy it in Alberta in Edmonton or Calgary. A great two leaves and a bud green tea. I can’t wait to buy it, but where?
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
I don’’t even know where to start. I think I may be in love (with this tea). Tried green tea in the past and hated it. Ordered some green tea at a coffee shop down the street and it was so good I had to ask what brand they used. They gave me the bag it came it. Turned out to be this. Hunted it down and bought a box at Whole Foods. I have been calling all my friends and telling them about it. I tend to be sort of a compulsive eater. Not once since I started drinking this stuff. Have not craved coffee one time either.
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
This is the first green tea that I ever bought for myself and drank continuously after reading about the health benefits. I’’m no expert on green tea, but I can tell you that when I tried switching to a cheaper brand I could immediately see and taste the difference. You get what you pay for!
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
I tried this in our local restaurant, and they sold me some. I love it, this is the best green tea I’’ve ever had, usually green tea can be brewed for such a short time due to getting bitter. Kathy
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
Perhaps the company would rather I didn’’t say this, but the fact is that even a very light brew of Tamayokucha has excellent flavor
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
I love this - but I mix half this and half mint for a really lovely mint tea. It gives a sweet hint to the brew. ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC!
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
The best Green Tea i’’ve ever had, smooth with no bitter flavor you generally get with Green Tea.
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
I drink this wonderful tea every day. I love it. It has a great taste
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(Posted on 8/9/13)
Had the green tea at ’’Earl’’s Restaurant in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Thought it was awesome. Tried everywhere to find it in Vancouver but to no avail. Found it in a small shop in Langley, BC. TERRIFIC !!
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(Posted on 8/9/13)

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