Kabu Ise Japanese Green Tea

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Our Kabu Ise Green Tea comes from a prefecture where artisans have been growing, harvesting, and preparing green tea for generations.

Green tea is a historic tonic that is known to fortify, uplift, and protect the brain. It strengthens immune function and is an excellent source of antioxidants and polyphenols, which protect the cells of the body and the skin.

Green tea, when produced in this fashion, also contains significant amounts of the amino acid L-theanine. L-theanine helps relax the body and mind, which in turn sharpens concentration, improves alertness, and really helps to boost the mood.

Single Tree Sourced

With all the Japanese teas we offer (Gen Mai, Chosan) from this prefecture, they are not only organic and single origin source, they are also harvested and processed so all the leaves in each bag come from the same tree. Often, suppliers are aggregating tea leaves from many different trees from different locations that are observed, graded, and segregated into different batches based on desired qualities.

Plants are similar to the human body in that they continually self regulate to keep themselves strong and healthy. They do this by pulling nutrients from the soil and selectively allocating what part of the tree (root, limbs, stems, leaves) are to receive the nourishment, in order to keep the tree strong and healthy as a whole. By drinking tea made with leaves from the same tree, you are obtaining a more well rounded nutrient profile that yields a completely different tea drinking experience than you may be accustomed to.

This is more like consuming a formula versus taking isolated extracts in the balance of nutrients and energetic effects of the tea.

The Kabu Ise is shaded for the last couple weeks before harvesting, which helps to increase L-theanine levels and to brighten the flavor, creating a flavorful broth-like cup with a sweeter character and clean finish.

Important Brewing Instructions

All of the Japanese green teas we offer are brewed in a similar fashion.

Take a small palm full of tea (approximately 1 teaspoon) and add to one of our tea infuser cups or teapots.

Heat your water to 150 degrees and steep for 1 minute with the lid off. It is very important not to heat the water too high for these delicate teas. If you do heat your water higher than 150 degrees, steep the tea for less time to compensate.

After steeping for 60 seconds, cover the tea with your lid and pour your tea.

Kabu Ise will yield 3 steepings, and it is advised to eat the tea afterwords. It actually has an enjoyable taste and is very medicinal when eaten.

You can actually judge the quality of a tea by chewing and eating a couple dried leaves.



These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat or prevent disease.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Tony DeLuca

Wow!! This Tea is truly amazing! I have been trying (Organic) Japanese green Teas for 4 years, and never tasted/experienced anything like this quality! This is really one of the FINEST Japanese green Tea I've ever had... and I've tried many great green Teas, but there is something Very special here. If you are into fresh/savory/vegetal umami-rich flavors, check this out! If brewed properly, with great care, the resulting brews can come out so soft and sweet, delicate yet rich! I used about 150-160 degree F' water. 1st steep is 30-50 sec, 2nd steep about 20 sec. Onward adding on about 10-20 sec. I can get about 6 steeps this way; min 4! And the smooth uplifting Zen-like effects are great, nothing jitterey! *I think Kabusecha is a partially shaded Tea, meaning they shade for less time than Gyokuro. This has a perfect balance; unlike some Sencha which is grown in Full-sun. Is this correct Shen Blossom? Any more details you can tell about this Tea (for us geeks) would be welcomed. Like degree of steaming/processing? Cultivar?
Thank you for offering this treasure, Green Blessings _/|_