7.50 € 14.90 € -50% Discount
9.38 €/100g inkl. MwSt. | zzgl. Versand


7.50 € 14.90 € -50% Discount
9.38 €/100g inkl. MwSt. | zzgl. Versand

This cold brew tea made from matcha and tencha is brewed cold and therefore has an incomparable umami taste

Cold Brew is a traditional Japanese cold brewing method (Mizudashi) with cold water and many hours of exposure time in the refrigerator

Cold-poured tea with a long brewing time develops a particularly diverse range of aromas

Wonderfully refreshing, highly aromatic tea that provides cool refreshment, especially in the summer months

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INGREDIENTS: Pure natural product without any additives. Therefore without artificial colors, flavors or preservatives

TEA FARM: Premium quality from one of Japan's most renowned and award-winning tea producers

MIXTURE: Combination of Tencha (special tea leaf and the precursor to Matcha) and high-quality Japanese Matcha powder

SPECIAL FEATURE: This tea is brewed cold and develops a particularly diverse range of aromas during its brewing time

STORAGE: Packed in a particularly high-quality, airtight aroma protection bag, which protects the tea from oxidation as best as possible and retains its aroma

CERTIFICATION: 100% organic from controlled organic cultivation (EU organic certification by organic control body DE-ÖKO-022 and JAS certified (Organic Ordinance Japan))


Since our founding in 2012, we have placed great emphasis on adhering to Japanese virtues such as respect, politeness, honesty and transparency.

Our high-quality organic green teas come exclusively from the world's best tea growing areas in Japan and are certified according to the EU organic regulation. Our long-standing partnerships in Japan all include renowned and award-winning matcha and tea producers, with whom we maintain intensive personal contact.

Sustainability and the greatest possible transparency about ingredients are important to us. The completely traceable development path from the tea plant to the end consumer underlines the high standards of our company philosophy. Seven-stage quality control and constant laboratory controls guarantee absolute food safety and outstanding quality.

Sencha: Sencha is famous for its characteristic umami taste. The combination of fresh, grassy and slightly sweet aromas combined with a mild, slightly bitter taste and its unmistakably aromatic scent make it a favorite of many tea lovers.

Hojicha: Hojicha is carefully roasted over charcoal in special Hojicha roasters. This results in a fine roasted aroma with flavor nuances of nuts, caramel and malty-sweet aromas. The typically spicy Hojicha taste impresses with its unique umami. Hojicha contains little caffeine, is therefore very digestible even in the evening and tastes great as a cold drink.

Genmaicha: This extraordinary type of tea is a creation of bancha and roasted brown rice. This results in a taste experience of fresh, mild and slightly grassy bancha aroma, which is refined by the nutty, smoky, slightly malty note of the roasted natural rice. Genmaicha has a lower caffeine content, tastes particularly mild, is digestible and has a calming effect.

How to: Kukicha is made from nutrient-rich leaf stems & ribs of the highest quality Senchas & Banchas, which have less caffeine and bitter substances than tea leaves. It has a mild, delicate character with slightly sweet and slightly nutty notes as well as a nice umami taste. Particularly suitable for green tea beginners, as it retains its mild aroma even with longer steeping times and hotter water.

Cold Brew: Cold Brew is a traditional Japanese cold brewing method (Mizudashi) using cold water. In contrast to hot tea infusion, cold-infused tea, with its long brewing time, dissolves many more aromatic substances in the water. This creates a particularly multi-faceted variety of aromas.