Daily Matcha (Organic)$15.00 – $116.00Rated 5.00 out of 5
Matcha is powdered green tea that includes the whole leaf, ground into a very fine powder that resembles an emerald colored flour. Because the leaves themselves are consumed, brewed Matcha contains higher concentrations of vitamins, antioxidants and caffeine than other teas. This particular grade of organically grown matcha is moderately priced for everyday enjoyment, whether whisked traditionally in a matcha bowl, or infused into shakes and smoothies to provide a boost of vegetal antioxidants.
Ginseng Lily Flower$5.50 – $23.50
This blooming Ginseng Lily is lovingly fashioned using high quality green tea, all natural ginseng and the loving touch of a Master.
Matcha Genmaicha Kuromame$9.00 – $35.00
Genmaicha is the Japanese name for green tea with roasted brown rice. This beautiful organic genmaicha blends roasted brown rice and popped rice with organic sencha, lending an oceanic green tea base a playful nutty and savory aroma and flavour.
Momo’s Ceremonial Matcha Usucha (30g Canister)$28.00
beTeas is proud to offer this exceptional farm-direct ceremonial grade matcha, sourced by our partner, Momo Tea of Toronto. Momo uses fresh young Tencha leaves, ground by hand in Uji, Kyoto. This exceptional Matcha is highly recommended and acceptable for traditional Japanese tea ceremony (or your personal, informal yet incredible matcha moment!). One canister contains 30g.
Mother and Moon Time Tisane$6.00 – $39.00
Our blend of red raspberry leaf with rose hips, and peppermint offers a tasty alternative to plain red raspberry leaf tisane. This lovely ‘moon time’ tisane will help deepen your Yin connection when you need it most.
Raspberry Leaf Tisane$7.00 – $12.00
The Red Raspberry leaf (Rubus idaeus), is a pale-green leaf produced by the well known, perennial, raspberry plant. Don’t be expecting the sweet and tart experience of raspberries, as raspberry leaf, while renowned for therapeutic benefits, is much more herbal and plain in taste, as you may expect of any wild green leaf dried and infused. Those who love herbaceous wild herbs greatly enjoy red raspberry leaf as a “self drinker” while others may slightly sweeten their cup with honey, or combine with other teas or herbs.
Stinging Nettle (organic, wildcrafted)$8.00 – $13.00
Stinging Nettle (urtica dioica) is an herbaceous perennial flowering plant that can be found native and wild throughout areas of North America, Europe, Asia and Northern Africa. Nettle tea lends a very grassy but smooth and interesting taste. It’s very pleasant steeped on it’s own or you can have fun mixing and blending with your other favourite herbs, such as lemongrass, verbena or mint!
West Lake Long Jing (Dragon Well) Premium 2nd Flush$16.00 – $30.00
Among all Chinese green teas, Long Jing is by far the most popular, and we bring you this exceptional version direct from the West Lake in Zhejiang Province, cultivated and crafted by an 80-year old tea master. Tea obsessives and newbies alike are equally enamored when they experience the roasted chestnut note wrapped in the most astonishing vegetal freshness. The liquor of this incredible “second flush” (second harvest) infusion carries the essence of freshly cut grass, rounded off by a soft, nutty flavour. Use multiple, short steeps to enjoy this masterfully made tea over many infusions.