Tea drinkers fret a lot about the best temperature for the perfect cup of green tea. If the water temperature is too cool, they worry, you might not ... Read More
New customer emails to Ocha & Co very often share the same line in the Subject bar.
“Is there radiation in green tea in Japan? ” or
"Has your green... Read More
A tea made of twigs might not sound instantly appealing - but believe us, Kukicha (Kuki means stem or stalk, and cha, of course, is tea) is a really n... Read More
Just like our Gyokuro tea, Kabusecha (Kabuse - shaded, Cha - tea) benefits from being kept under wraps and shaded from the sun
to interrupt the photos... Read More
There’s no better way to enjoy matcha than to throw yourself mindfully into the ritual of preparing it and then drinking it yourself. And there’s no ... Read More
Japanese tea is synonymous with the color green. So much so, in fact, that many of our global customers think we’re joking when we tell them about Och... Read More
We sell our Japanese green tea because we are proud of its quality, taste, and freshness. The most common questions we receive from customers are how ... Read More
Matcha is taking the world by storm and gaining popularity by the day, but perhaps not many have heard of its Japanese tea cousin, Hojicha. You can in... Read More
Japan is the world’s foremost producer of fine green teas, some of which we’re all familiar with. There’s the green tea we enjoy at sushi and other J... Read More
You probably are already familiar with the tastiness and some of the health benefits of drinking matcha. Matcha is essentially green tea leaves that h... Read More
Since its first discovery in Ancient China, tea has been a beverage that’s been enjoyed across the world for centuries. Nowadays, there are several va... Read More
"How much caffeine is in your green tea?" is the question we get asked the most along with whether we have a green tea that is caffeine-free.
Even th... Read More