Japanese tea to enjoy in a
wine glass with meals.
Green that the bottle tilts and is poured quietly
Beautiful light blue of nature that is transparent forever
Deepening, high-quality tea leaf scent
The scent that drifts is faint, and it comes from the moment it melts.
Marriage of Japanese tea and food
A little more than usual
A new non-alcoholic option to add color to the luxurious food scene
"CRAFT BREW TEA" that expresses the individuality of tea leaves in a bottle
Freshly brewed freshness, mellow taste, spread of aroma,
Now at this moment
A blissful moment with a glass in one hand
Taste the individuality of tea leaves,Japanese
tea that colors the meal.
I want you to enjoy really delicious tea more closely. That's why our tea making started. p>
However, good quality tea leaves are rarely distributed, and the flavor of tea is completely different due to the difference in brewing method. In order to enjoy the flavor as it is as we imagined, we started by deeply understanding the individuality of each tea leaf and continued to research the manufacturing method suitable for all varieties of tea. After some trial and error, I arrived at CRAFT BREW TEA, a tea in a bottle. p>
For those who don't drink alcohol, it's a drink that makes your meal gorgeous according to your dishes. To accompany a little extravagant dinner at home. Anyone can easily enjoy the tea brewed by the special manufacturing method for each tea leaf by tilting the bottle. p>
Luxury only carefully
selected tea leaves
Glossy green and rich scent. We visit producers nationwide to experience the growing environment of tea plants such as soil, climate, and topography, and we use only high-quality tea leaves that are full of individuality and carefully selected and carefully selected by skilled Japanese tea appraisers.
Bring out the individuality of tea leaves
Original manufacturing method
We are particular about the extraction conditions (water quality, hot water temperature, concentration, extraction time, etc.) in order to maximize the individuality of the tea leaves, such as the original aroma and umami of tea brewed in a teapot.