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
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?
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
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?
This ceremonial Kagoshima organic matcha has been the top-selling product from GreenTea Merchant for years. We are making this product available to the consumer for the first time in a limited quantity. Select quality tencha tea leaves picked in the early spring are … [Read more...] about What is Organic Kagoshima Ceremonial Matcha? Explained in One Minute
The people of the Netherlands are the utmost fans of tea, and not even a single day goes by when they don't drink tea. Their love for tea can be calculated by the fact that about 3.5 liters are getting consumed by the people. That means that the people of the Netherlands consume … [Read more...] about How to Import Organic Japanese Tea to the Netherlands?
In general, each cultivar has a different taste and aroma that distinguish them from one another. Some of them even have the most exotic taste that can leave all the other teas behind, and one such cultivar is the Asanoka cultivar. It is one of the highest quality Japanese teas, … [Read more...] about What is Asanoka Cultivar? (あさのか)
In Japan, you can find a wide variety of teas ready to get devoured. The taste of all these varieties is something that you haven't tasted before. One of the best versions of organic Japanese tea is the Shizuoka Zairai #16 cultivar. In this article, we are going to unleash … [Read more...] about What is Shizuoka Zairai #16 cultivar? (静岡在来)
When green tea is the topic, it’s most likely that Japanese green tea is the one being discussed. While green tea originated in China, the Japanese have long embedded the import into their culture, making its identity more closely associated with their country. Of course, … [Read more...] about What is Asamushi Cha（浅蒸し茶）
Japanese tea and its certain varieties have been quite the heated topic of various discussions among the people. The taste, flavor, aroma, and captivating beauty leave the tea lovers always wanting for more. A lot of Japanese tea varieties exist but, in this blog, we will only … [Read more...] about What is Okumidori (おくみどり 奥緑)
In order to import certain goods into a country, you need to fulfill various requirements. This is obligatory for each of your imports. If you fail to comply with these necessities, your imports will never be able to cross borders. One of the requirements is that you have to … [Read more...] about What is a Phytosanitary Certificate, and how does it matter to import Japanese Green Tea?
Whenever someone wants to import certain products from other countries, they must comply with the given rules and regulations. These rules and regulations are necessary to inform the importing country that each product complies with its safety standards. However, to do this, … [Read more...] about What is COI? – Does COI suffice as organic certification for your organic Japanese Tea?
Coffee has been keeping the Norwegians warm for a long time, but now they are shifting to another hot beverage that can satisfy their palates – tea. The consumption of coffee is still pretty high, but as Norwegians realize the health benefits of tea, they are starting to change … [Read more...] about How to Import Organic Japanese Tea to Norway
Green teas are often made from leaves, but these three green teas are made from stems of green tea plants. Because of this, they are called stem green teas. Green tea is one of the most popular drinks globally because of its health benefits and since we wanted a sweeter taste … [Read more...] about The differences between Kukicha, Kariganecha, and Shiraore
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of the United States has been directed to become the food regulations agency representing the Department of Health and Human Services by the Public Health Security and the Bioterrorism Act of 2002 (Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response … [Read more...] about FDA Prior Notice – Everything You Need To Know
So, if what you’re looking for in your tea is a sweet hit laced with umami but toned down into an easier-to-drink brew, many green tea aficionados would point you to Genmai Matcha. It’s basically Genmaicha, which is green tea mixed with roasted brown rice puffs, combined with a … [Read more...] about What is Genmai Matcha (玄米抹茶)
Fukamushi Cha literally means “deep-steamed (fukamushi) tea (cha).” Fans of it favor its bolder, richer, and sweeter taste. This unique flavor is brought forth by steaming freshly harvested young tea leaves for about twice as long as the usual green tea steaming process before … [Read more...] about What is Fukamushi Cha?
There's more to green tea than meets the eye. Green tea may have originated in China, with mentions of it dating back to the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD), and China may remain to be the primary producer of green tea in the world, but green tea tends to be more closely associated … [Read more...] about What is Shincha? (新茶)
Taiwan is known as a paradise for tea lovers. The country has a huge tea market where only good quality tea can survive. The people of Taiwan have a sense of differentiating good tea from the bad one because of a good amount of experience. So, if you're looking forward to opening … [Read more...] about How to Import Organic Japanese Tea to Taiwan
Coffee has been the epitome of most mornings and evenings in Malaysia. However, this popularity is getting overshadowed by tea. Many Malaysian cafes have now started to provide tea. They even make specialty offerings where tea is served with desserts and other fusion drinks. As … [Read more...] about How to Import Organic Japanese Tea to Malaysia