Iced Japanese Green Tea

 Delicious and invigorating!

Iced Green Tea Preparation

Iced Japanese Green Tea

Use fresh loose tea leaves or teabags.

Make iced green tea with loose tea leaves

Pour hot water over double the amount you would usually use for hot tea. After the tea has steeped for about 2 minutes put ice into the container until it is full. Most of the ice will melt almost immediately and dilute the tea to its ideal level. After approximately 3 minutes you can pour over ice and serve.

Some customers like to pour it over a tea net to trap all of the loose leaves. Some don't. It is delicious both ways. If the container you use doesn't have a lid that traps most of the leaves then you might want to use a net.

Iced Netto Gyokuro
Ice Green Tea
Delightful!

How to make iced green tea with a teabag

Pour hot water over double the amount you would usually use for hot tea. After the tea has steeped for about 2 minutes, put ice into the container until it is full. Most of the ice will melt almost immediately and dilute the tea to its ideal level. After approximately 3 minutes you can pour over ice and serve. Some customers like to pour it over a tea net to trap all of the loose leaves. Some don't. It is delicious both ways. If the container you use doesn't have a lid that traps most of the leaves, you should use a net. 

Iced Matcha

Iced Matcha

For iced matcha: Add one teaspoon of Matcha to 6 ounces of hot water and whisk with the bamboo whisk to make a small amount of thick green tea. Pour into a glass filled with ice cubes.

These preparation methods will preserve the taste, aroma, color and health-enhancing qualities of the tea.

Ice matcha in glass

Which teas are best? We recommend Netto Gyokuro, Netto Sencha, Teabags, Matcha.

Iced Japanese green tea is refreshing!

No special teapot or teaware is necessary. Use any pyrex or heat-resistant glass container.

Iced green tea tastes great as a morning pick-me-up or after any form of exercise!