81 days ago

Authentic Japanese Tea: New Harvest 2020

Nippon Tea Limited

Just received the Premium Sencha New Harvest 2020 from Japan. The New Harvest is the best harvest of the year and features a beautiful fresh aroma with a deliciously mellow and well-rounded flavour. Try it today while stocks last.

1187 days ago

Come and visit the Food Show this weekend!

Nippon Tea Limited

Stand K6, The Healthy Hub
Traditional Japanese tea special

20% off the original price of our traditional Japanese leaf tea range only at the Food Show! Includes Houjicha, Genmaicha Matcha, Sencha, Sencha Premium and Gyokuro

Excludes tea bundles, Matcha and organic tea leaf range

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1264 days ago

THE DIFFERNCE BETWEEN MATCHA AND GREEN TEA POWDER

Nippon Tea Limited

Matcha is a trendy super food these days; however, there are many fake look-a-like Matcha products in the New Zealand market. If you seek to gain the health benefits of Matcha, please make sure you choose a good quality matcha, from a trustworthy distributor. Nippon Tea is run by a Certified … View moreMatcha is a trendy super food these days; however, there are many fake look-a-like Matcha products in the New Zealand market. If you seek to gain the health benefits of Matcha, please make sure you choose a good quality matcha, from a trustworthy distributor. Nippon Tea is run by a Certified Japanese Tea Advisor and JAPAN TEA goodwill ambassador, so our products are guaranteed real Matcha, imported directly from Japan.

It is important not to confuse Matcha and powdered green tea - Matcha and powdered green tea are totally different products.
Here are some points and tips for differentiating the two;
• Matcha is made from Tencha (tea leaves that specially
processed to make matcha) that is grown in Japan.
• Powdered green tea is just grounded low-quality
(in most cases) green tea leaves.
• Matcha is made and processed in Japan which ensures the
authentic method has been used to make the Matcha.
• Be aware of the price - cheap "matcha" might not actually be
proper matcha. Matcha is a premium product and is quite
expensive.
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