Teas & Mates / Green Tea

The leaves of green teas have been wilted or rolled and the oxidisation has been stopped by heating them, either in basins placed over a fire (the Chinese method) or with steam (the Japanese method). The Chinese method produces fruitier flavours and teas that can cope with higher infusion temperatures. The Japanese method produces a tea with more vegetal flavours (seaweed, spinach), but which requires a lower infusion temperature. The superior qualities are prepared with special ceremonies and equipment, and can be infused a number of times depending on quality.

  • Gun Powder
    € 5.30

    Gun Powder

    Gun Powder tea, named because of its rolled up leaves, is a full-bodied tea traditionally used to make tea with fresh mint.

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  • Green Yunnan
    € 6.50

    Green Yunnan

    A sweet cup, with intense fruity vegetal aromas, enhanced by notes of damp grasses.

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  • Wu Cha
    € 6.70

    Wu Cha

    Delivers a liquor with dominant notes of lively and intense vegetal/fruit, underlined by a discreet bitterness.

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  • Li Zi Xiang
    € 6.90

    Li Zi Xiang

    Summer harvest, which delivers a resolutely fruity cup with tangy notes.

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  • Lung Ching
    € 8.10

    Lung Ching

    It produces a semi-sweet cup with pronounced vegetal notes enhanced by strong grilled flavours.

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  • Mao Feng déthéiné
    € 8.30

    Mao Feng déthéiné

    for a fruity vegetal cup (lemony with slight hints of hazelnuts)

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  • En Shi Lu Yu
    € 9.50

    En Shi Lu Yu

    For a vivid liquor that is intensely fruity with lingering grassy notes.

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  • Lung Ching Chao Ji
    € 12.00

    Lung Ching Chao Ji

    A superior Lung Ching, which delivers a more ample and persistent liquor with intense vegetal notes tinted by marine and grilled flavours.

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  • Tai Mu Long Zhu
    € 13.70

    Tai Mu Long Zhu

    A springtime grand cru with soft, long-lasting herbal notes.

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  • Bi Luo Chun
    € 14.90

    Bi Luo Chun

    A cup with soft vegetal notes and subtle fruitiness with a long finish. This jade spiral tea is a spring grand cru.

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  • Tian Mu Qing Ding
    € 25.70

    Tian Mu Qing Ding

    A velvety liqueur with sweet vegetal notes (braised endives, grass), subtly iodised and pronounced in sweeter notes (black tomatoes). A very great spring vintage.

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  • Tai Ping Hou Kui
    € 26.70

    Tai Ping Hou Kui

    A sweet cup with discreet vegetal notes (buttery spinach), subtly floral (white flowers) and no bitterness. Spring grand cru.

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Buy green tea from our online shop
 

Whether it's plain or flavoured green tea, you'll always find a multitude of flavours to explore on our online store.
 
We regularly create new tastes by combining authentic and tasty notes. Opt for herbal scents with a Gyokuro Kagoshima or choose a tea from Yunnan.
 

La Septième Tasse has a privileged and direct relationship with its suppliers.
 
This limits the number of intermediaries involved, giving you excellent value for money. Not sure which of our wide selection of Japanese and Chinese green teas to choose? Don't hesitate to send us a message or drop in at our shop in Ixelles: we'll be delighted to guide you through this wonderful world of well-being.
 
Organic and loose green teas
 
Most of the green teas for sale on our website are organically grown.
 
Enjoy superior quality, without pesticides or chemicals!
 
What are the health benefits of green tea?
 
A natural antioxidant, thirst-quencher and tonic, green tea is an invaluable ally in preserving your health.
 
Its content of polyphenols, tannins and catechins helps combat cell ageing. Rich in vitamins (C, A, B...), it boosts your immune defences, so you can avoid the various viruses that could cross your path!
 

Green tea is often drunk when you're on a diet, as it helps you keep your figure.
 
It stimulates the body to burn fat.
 

It's also an excellent stimulant that improves alertness, although it's not as stimulating as coffee, but don't forget that it lasts much longer than coffee.
 

As well as its physical benefits, its wide range of flavours will always meet your taste buds' expectations... Mens sana in corpore sano...
 
How is green tea produced?
 
    Roasting
 

Green tea does not undergo any oxidation process, unlike black tea, for example.
 
The first leaves of the tea plant and the bud are plucked.
 
These are then heated to over 100° for a few minutes to eliminate the enzymes responsible for oxidation.
 
This process is carried out in metal basins placed over a fire (in China) or with steam (Japanese method).
 
This is why green tea comes in an infinite number of flavours and colours.
 
    Rolling
 

Once withered, the leaves are rolled either cold (especially young shoots) or hot (more mature leaves). They then take on the shape of a twist or a stick.
 
 
 
    Drying the leaves
 
Finally, the leaves are dried and left to rest until they contain almost no water.
 

You can now enjoy a wide range of fruity, iodine and herbal flavours!

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