World's first tea made from Japanese maple leaf!
How to make and drink Japanese maple tea.
- Put one tea bag in the cup
- Add 1 cup/200ml of freshly boiled water
- Allow the tea bag to brew for 2 minutes
- World's first tea made from Japanese maple
- An original product from Tajimi, Japan
- Japanese maple is an aesthetic symbol of Japan
- The tea is is rich in polyphenols (15%), lutein and beta-carotene
- Sweet and natural taste
- Low in caffeine (29 mg/100 g)
- Adding sour ingredients (lemon, vinegar etc.) changes the colour from brown to pink-red
- Processed by the same traditional method as Japanese green tea
- Produced exclusively from hand-picked Japanese maple leaves
Many ways to enjoy
- Straight, with milk , lemon, maple syrup, sugar, or honey.
- Very pleasant when served as ice tea
A one-of-a kind gift from the Tono and Gifu region
The product - the first of its kind - makes for a rare and original souvenir or gift from the Gifu and Tono region in Japan. The product conveys the story of our region in a unique fashion.
A treat for the sophisticated tea lover
Maple tea is rich in health promoting ingredients such as polyphenols and suitable to be drunk throughout the day or with meals. We recommend that you squeeze lemon or yuzu juice into the tea to further enhance the redness, making it even more pleasing to the eye. Many customers prefer it to be served chilled and with honey.
A wedding gift with great symbolism
In Japan, the momiji leaves are viewed as a good sign at weddings, as the can't be torn apart evenly. It is also a symbol of longevity. This symbolism and their image as lucky charms make them very suitable as a wedding gift.
The tea is produced from 100% hand-picked maple leaves that are dried, roasted and packaged. We use a high-quality Japanese tea manufacturing method in combination with our own technology for the production. Momiji tea is ideal for the health conscious consumer because it is rich in polyphenols such as anthocyanins. Recent research has shown that it also contains β-carotene and lutein. Each pack contains seven 1g tetra-type tea packs.