I love green tea. I drink considerable amount of green tea every day. It’s not because of my job, it is because I naturally crave for it.
After lunch, during my work, after dinner, before going to bed, I sip green tea.
I have converted my coke-loving husband into a green tea drinker. He brings teabags to work and drinks routinely, and believe it or not, he has lost some weight.
Now he is talking like a spokesman and converting his co-workers into tea drinkers.
What green tea captivates me is its relaxing flavor and the delicate contrast of bitterness and sweetness that taste buds can sense. The aftertaste of green tea is so nice that keeps me having another sip. If there’s a green tea pool, I might dive into it... Wait. Is there a such thing actually?
Green tea baths in Japan!
Some places in Japan have such unique baths and hot springs.
The skin is the largest organ in the human body, so it makes sense to me that green tea is good for our body, inside and outside.
I wish I could try the green tea bath, not that I will drink it, though.
Now our best-seller Genmai Cha (Green tea with roasted brown rice & Matcha) is on sale through September.