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KEIKO3003 Bancha, bio-50g
€7.50 *
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HP7632 Foeniculi vulg.amar.Fruct., from controlled...
€29.90 *
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HP7632-30 Foeniculi vulg.amar.Fruct., from controlled...
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HP7608 Genmaicha+Matcha, controlled organic cultivation.
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HP7611 Ginger lemon bancha, from controlled organic...
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HP7576 Green tea Gun powder, Camellia sinensis L
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Content 0.05 Kilogramm (€99.00 / 1 Kilogramm)
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HP7133-0100-VH Green tea, Chun Mee, organic
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Content 0.05 Kilogramm (€106.00 / 1 Kilogramm)
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HP7610 Hojicha, from controlled organic cultivation
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KEIKO3002 Kabuse Genmaicha with Matcha, bio-50g
€6.90 *
Content 0.05 Kilogramm (€138.00 / 1 Kilogramm)
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KEIKO3005 Kabuse No.1, 50g, bio
€14.95 *
Content 0.05 Kilogramm (€299.00 / 1 Kilogramm)
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KEIKO3006 Kabuse Soshun, bio-50g
€25.50 *
Content 0.05 Kilogramm (€510.00 / 1 Kilogramm)
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TER3097 Kyoto Matcha Powder Tea, organic, 30 g
€27.50 *
Content 0.03 Kilogramm (€916.67 / 1 Kilogramm)
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KEIKO3007 Matcha Charming Chai, bio-30g
€9.95 *
Content 0.03 Kilogramm (€331.67 / 1 Kilogramm)
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KEIKO3001 Matcha Premium, bio-30g
€26.50 *
Content 0.03 Kilogramm (€883.33 / 1 Kilogramm)
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HP7395-0100-VH Oolong, "Black Dragon Tea", cut, from...
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HP7132-0100-VH Organic green tea, Sencha
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HP7609 Spring bancha, from controlled organic cultivation
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Green tea (or green tea) is undoubtedly one of the most popular types of tea in the world. And not just recently: the production of "green tea" was discovered in China as early as the 6th century BC. Technically speaking, green tea is not a single variety, but a special way of preparing it.

In contrast to the production of black tea, there is no fermentation in the production of green tea. Here, the green tea leaves are not oxidised in order to preserve the plant substances inside the leaf. Instead, the leaves are heated, steamed or even roasted. In this way, the cell pores close and the desired plant substances are literally enclosed in the tea leaf. By the way, this process also locks in the green colour of the tea leaf, which ultimately gives green tea its characteristic name.

Why is green tea so healthy?

Green tea not only prevents diseases, but is also said to be able to slow down the ageing process. The reason for this is the ingredients contained in the tea. If you want to learn more about the positive properties of green tea, we recommend the following two articles in our blog:
-So healthy, so delicious: this is why you should drink green tea every day
-Green tea vs. coffee - Green tea has so much power

Buy green tea online

With us you will find a selection of certified organic green tea varieties. Besides the popular varieties "Chun Mee" and "Sencha", we also carry a selection of Matcha tea. If you have any questions about the origin, dosage or the correct indication, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Green tea (or green tea) is undoubtedly one of the most popular types of tea in the world. And not just recently: the production of "green tea" was discovered in China as early as the 6th century... read more »
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Buy green tea and matcha online

Green tea (or green tea) is undoubtedly one of the most popular types of tea in the world. And not just recently: the production of "green tea" was discovered in China as early as the 6th century BC. Technically speaking, green tea is not a single variety, but a special way of preparing it.

In contrast to the production of black tea, there is no fermentation in the production of green tea. Here, the green tea leaves are not oxidised in order to preserve the plant substances inside the leaf. Instead, the leaves are heated, steamed or even roasted. In this way, the cell pores close and the desired plant substances are literally enclosed in the tea leaf. By the way, this process also locks in the green colour of the tea leaf, which ultimately gives green tea its characteristic name.

Why is green tea so healthy?

Green tea not only prevents diseases, but is also said to be able to slow down the ageing process. The reason for this is the ingredients contained in the tea. If you want to learn more about the positive properties of green tea, we recommend the following two articles in our blog:
-So healthy, so delicious: this is why you should drink green tea every day
-Green tea vs. coffee - Green tea has so much power

Buy green tea online

With us you will find a selection of certified organic green tea varieties. Besides the popular varieties "Chun Mee" and "Sencha", we also carry a selection of Matcha tea. If you have any questions about the origin, dosage or the correct indication, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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