Summer Tea Time with Little Ones
 

Summer Tea Time with Little Ones

If you've ever had a curious little pair of eyes peek at you while you brew tea, this vacation season would be a good time to sit down and share the simple joy of brewing tea with that young tea-drinker-to-be. It's easy to teach children how to make tea with these simple tools and lighter teas.

 


Hajime-no-Ippodo Matcha Starter Kit
 

Hajime-no-Ippodo Matcha Starter Kit
With the interesting tools and curious way of drinking tea from a bowl, the hands-on nature of whisking matcha makes a fun tea to make together with children. This set contains the standard, beginner matcha tools. We recommend making a lighter, thinner matcha to enjoy together, compared to what you might normally if you are a matcha lover, since matcha can be a little strong for young ones.

 
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Ivory Kyusu Teapot (Tokoname-yaki)
 

Ivory Kyusu Teapot (Tokoname-yaki)
The Japanese method of brewing tea with leaves directly in the teapot is simple enough to share with those of all ages. For success with first time tea drinkers, practice holding the hollow handle and the lid together before actually brewing with hot water.

 
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Gokujo Hojicha (Roasted Tea) 100g Bag
 

Gokujo Hojicha (Roasted Tea) 100g Bag
The less-experienced tea drinkers among us may be a little more sensitive to the sometimes bitter flavors of green tea. The less-bitter roasted green tea, hojicha, is a great introduction tea for almost everyone. It brews lightly with a gentle, roasted aroma that makes it one of our most popular teas overall. It's also low in caffeine, and simple to brew in the above Ivory Kyusu.

 
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Mugicha (Barley Tea) 1kg Can
 

Mugicha (Barley Tea) 1kg Can
Mugicha, or barley tea, is a tea than many in Japan fondly associate with their own childhoods. Since it is made completely of roasted barley, it contains absolutely no caffeine, and has a sweet, soft flavor. Another interesting tea to brew together, mugicha is easily brewed in a teapot with boiling water for around 20 minutes. You can also try making a stovetop mugicha in larger quantities, via the instructions on this page.

 
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Share the pleasure of making tea with the younger generation on these precious days of summer.




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