Hello Tea Friends! As you may know, we had to temporarily close the our brick-and-mortar shop. As a result all of our amazing co-workers are out of work and relying on unemployment, which just doesn't cut it.
If you can, will you please consider adding a tip to your order? The funds collected will go directly to Lili, Joanna, Kevin, Dakota, Ellie, and Niko. You can contribute in as many increments of $5 as you wish :)
I sincerely hope you are safe and healthy in the midst of these uncertain times. Thank you for being a part of our little tea family.
$ 65.00 $ 76.00
Everything you need to make A+ matcha at home. This kit comes with a beautiful black ceramic chawan (tea bowl), chasen (whisk) and chashaku (scoop). You can either get just the set or include some of our Ceremonial Grade Matcha at a discount. Each of these items separately add up, so get them together to save on everything!
Basic instructions are included if you need a little guidance.
Everyone loves tea, but figuring out exactly what kind someone wants can be a puzzle.
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PLEASE NOTE: Gift cards issued online can only be used on the website. Unfortunately, they can not be redeemed in the store :(
$ 24.00 $ 0.00
This is a staple for everyone who drinks a lot of tea. Arguably one of the easiest methods for preparing all kinds of tea, the gaiwan (literally bowl with lid) is simple and artful.
This gaiwan is made of thick porcelain and holds roughly 150ml. You can use it solo and pour it into a large cup, or combine it with a strainer and/or pitcher to serve into smaller cups.
If you have never used a gaiwan before, it is an excellent method for making a multitude of different teas, mostly Chinese and Taiwanese greens, reds, blacks, oolongs, and some younger or sheng puerhs.