Since the U.S. imports around 15 percent of its food supply, it needs a safety system in place. This gives Americans security in the food they can access, not only in terms of diversity and abundance but in quality as well. So if you want to import something like green tea from … [Read more...] about Food Safety Registration for Importing Tea into the United States
What Is TRACES for Tea Importing?
The world is progressively becoming smaller as connections between countries on opposite sides of the globe become less effort and cultures are shared more easily. Prominent among those included in the vast cultural diffusion is the cuisine. These days, you can expect to find … [Read more...] about What Is TRACES for Tea Importing?
Introducing Japanese Knife Co.
We would like to announce something we have never done before and the biggest project we have ever done in our company's history. We have been working on this since the middle of last year and are finally ready to share this with you today. It is… Japanese … [Read more...] about Introducing Japanese Knife Co.
What is ECOCERT for Tea Importing?
Starting a tea business in a country is quite promising, no doubt, but in order for that business to flourish, you'll need a vast variety of tea in your store. Tea importing is the ultimate solution to expand your tea business. You can import myriads of high-quality tea varieties … [Read more...] about What is ECOCERT for Tea Importing?
CA278 – The sensational new tea from Kagoshima
CA278. It sounds like someone’s impossibly difficult password, right? Well, believe it or not, CA278 is the name of a Japanese tea that is creating buzz in the tea world. Today, I would like to introduce this new tea to you and tell you all about it - where it comes from, the … [Read more...] about CA278 – The sensational new tea from Kagoshima
What is Sayama Kaori (さやまかおり)?
A true tea-lover is always excited to try something new, try something that is going to blow his or her mind the minute the first sip of the tea touches the mouth. Sayama Kaori can have the same effect on people and that is why it is considered to be one of the most high-quality … [Read more...] about What is Sayama Kaori (さやまかおり)?
Yabukita Tea Cultivar (やぶきた)
Every kind of tea plant comes from the same Camellia Sinensis plant family. Their differences show in forms of shape, taste, aroma, color, etc. due to the different cultivars being used in the breeding of tea plants. In Japan, Yabukita (やぶきた) is the most famous and commonly used … [Read more...] about Yabukita Tea Cultivar (やぶきた)
What is Kanaya Midori(かなやみどり)?
Japan is famous for abundant things and one such thing is the presence and production of organic Japanese tea. The production of Japanese tea dates as far back as the 1800s and since then, it has been one of the most important things in the life of a tea lover. Over the years, a … [Read more...] about What is Kanaya Midori(かなやみどり)?
Matcha vs Sencha
While the two most popular types of green tea, Sencha and Matcha, come from the same plant known as Camellia Sinensis, they have different growing conditions and processing methods, which makes them stand apart. History Green tea has been in Japan for centuries and was … [Read more...] about Matcha vs Sencha
Everything You Need to Know About Bancha Tea
Bancha is a type of Japanese green tea and is most commonly found after Sencha. It is similar to Sencha in only one way, which is that they share the same plant and differ in every other aspect. Today you will know everything about Bancha tea in detail. Brewing Bancha … [Read more...] about Everything You Need to Know About Bancha Tea
Gyokuro vs Kabusecha vs Sencha – What are the differences?
What are the differences between Gyokuro, Kabusecha, and Sencha? In this article, we brief the differences between these three types of tea. What is Gyokuro? Gyokuro translates as jewel/jade dew and is named due to the yellowish-green color it shows when brewed. In 1835, … [Read more...] about Gyokuro vs Kabusecha vs Sencha – What are the differences?
Everything You Need To Know About Aracha
Aracha 荒茶 means “crude tea” or “Unrefined” and translates as “wild tea” in English. Such Japanese green tea is a result of the first processing stage, i.e. steaming, rolling, and drying, which is done right after picking. It includes the whole leaf, blade stems, and fine hair of … [Read more...] about Everything You Need To Know About Aracha
Everything you need to know about Yutaka Midori (ゆたかみどり)
Japanese teas are one of the most prominent teas in the entire world. With its abundant varieties, it has captured the attention of millions of people and has successfully won their hearts. One can say that Japanese tea is certainly a delight for a tea lover. One such variety of … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about Yutaka Midori (ゆたかみどり)
What is Saemidori (さえみどり)?
If you're a tea lover, you know how a good cup of tea can change your entire mood and relax your mind. Japanese tea has a wide range of varieties, and each one of them is known for its distinct features and taste. One such Japanese tea is known as Saemidori(さえみどり). In this blog, … [Read more...] about What is Saemidori (さえみどり)?
Everything You Need to Know about Tencha (碾茶)
Have you heard of the Japanese green tea called Tencha? Its name literally means "mortar tea" or "tea for grinding." "Ten"(碾) translates to "mortar" or "grind," and cha(茶), as you probably already know, means "tea." Why was Tencha given this name? It's simply because it is the … [Read more...] about Everything You Need to Know about Tencha (碾茶)
What is Shizu-7132 Cultivar?
If you need something aromatic, Shizu-7132 should be your choice. One of the widely cultivated organic Japanese teas is Shizu-7132, and people love the perfect balance of sweetness and the aromatic fragrance of this cultivar. However, there are a lot of facts about Shizu-7132 … [Read more...] about What is Shizu-7132 Cultivar?
How to Import Organic Japanese Tea to Russian Federation
The cold weather like that of Russia asks for a beverage that keeps the Russians warm at all times, and what could be better than a hot cup of tea? In Russia, tea is considered to be a de facto national beverage, which means that it is the most popular beverage in the Russian … [Read more...] about How to Import Organic Japanese Tea to Russian Federation
What is Asatsuyu Cultivar?
If you want to fill your home with a grassy aroma, the Asatsuyu cultivar is the Japanese green tea you should go with. We have talked about lots of cultivars on our blog, and it wouldn't be justifiable to Asatsuyu cultivar if we didn't talk about it. In this blog, we are going to … [Read more...] about What is Asatsuyu Cultivar?
How to Import Organic Japanese Tea to Switzerland
On the surface, it may seem like Switzerland is a caffeine-consuming hub, but in reality, Switzerland can be considered a "paradise for tea lovers." Switzerland not only imports tea but also grows it in various regions. So, as the people of Switzerland are diverting more toward … [Read more...] about How to Import Organic Japanese Tea to Switzerland
What is Tsuyuhikari (御前崎茶-つゆひかり) cultivar?
A lot of Japanese teas are currently taking over the world, and one of them is the Tsuyuhikari cultivar. Tsuyuhikari cultivar has a large number of amazing health benefits, but the main distinguishing feature is its taste. Proceed below to know all about the Tsuyuhikari cultivar … [Read more...] about What is Tsuyuhikari (御前崎茶-つゆひかり) cultivar?