2014 NEW CROP Green Tea from Japan

2014 Shin-cha New Crop Green Tea Pre-Order Information

This year, we have created two separate order sheets because we hope to provide the freshest Shin-cha new crop tea, "Oohashiri" to our customers as soon as we receive it from Japan. Order sheet A is for customers who want to only receive Shin-cha Oohashiri in the middle of April. Order sheet B is for customers who want to receive Oohashiri and other Shin-cha new crop tea together in one shipment which will be delivered in early May.

Shipping Fee: if you purchase more than $50, your shipping fee is free, however, this does not apply to sum of both shipments. The free shipping only applies to per shipment.

If you would like to order not only Shin-cha new crop tea, but also regular Maeda-en Green Tea products, please contact us. Our customer service representative will be happy to assist you.


Order Submission: There are four different ways to submit your order as listed below.

  • Fax: 1-866-485-2726
  • Phone: 1-866-623-3236 (Toll free)
  • US Mail: 1652 Deere Ave, Irvine, CA 92606 (Please send a check payable to "Maeda-en" )
  • Email: order@maeda-en.com

Form A
Earliest Crop
(estimate arrival Mid April)
 Form B
New Crop Green tea series
(estimate arrival first week of May)
 

2014 New Crop Tea line up

2014 oohashiri  

#92003 Oohashiri 

Earliest Crop

 

Oohashiri (also called Hatsuzumi) is the very first harvest of the year - the premier brew for tea lovers. Oohashiri shin-cha is recognized for having the freshest tea smelling fragrance with the greenest color. 

tokujyou 2014  

#92000 Super Premium 

2014 Tokujyou shin-cha

 

This is the Best of the best of our Shin-cha selections. Our best baby leaves are harvested under the bright spring-time sun, then deep steamed to create this rich and hearty brew.

For each Hatsumono, or New Crop that one eats/drinks, it is said that one's lifespan is extended for another 75 days. Shin-cha is also the harbinger of spring, and is a tea merchant's treasured tradition.

This new crop tea is packed in carefully selected canister.  

2014 88 

#92002 Select Gold 

Hachijyuuhachiya

 

Shin-cha Select Gold, our Hachijyuuhachiya tea is harvested the day after the 88th night of sprouting. 8 is a lucky number in Asian cultures; two 8's are even better! We extra-steam our shin-cha so that you can enjoy this deep green brew.

 

2014 genmai 

#15948  Genmai-cha with Matcha

 

Delicious Shin-cha WITH brown rice AND matcha? Sounds like a dream come true!

For each Hatsumono, or New Crop that one eats/drinks, it is said that one's lifespan is extended for another 75 days. Shin-cha is also the harbinger of spring, and is a tea merchant's treasured tradition.

 

2014 TB 

#04754 Tea Bags 

 

Shin-cha is delicious, but dealing with wet leaves can be bothersome.

No worries! We have them in convenient tetrahedral tea bags so that you can still revel in the arrival of spring, mess-free.