Pentox wrote:Lupicia is good!
Give it a try!
Do they package their teas with nitrogen or vacuum?
Chip wrote:Does Lupicia specialize in Japanese teas? My past experience dictates that I focus mainly with specialists for the bulk of my Japanese teas.
Pentox, you should give O-Cha a try, shipped directly from Japan to your door in usually 4-5 days. Nothing like getting a box from Japan with the freshest and most often the best Japanese teas found anywhere. I really think O-Cha is also a great value, very affordable for the quality.
Salsero wrote:Their website leaves a lot to be desired. In maybe 10 minutes there I was only able to find three Japanese green teas and those didn't seem to be labeled very well. I got frustrated and gave up.
I think the live experience may be a lot better than the web one.
RussianSoul wrote:Chip wrote:The new Guri cha from O-Cha looks incredible...and the pics are real.
I went to the site and tried to find it but couldn't. Would you mind posting a link?
Chip wrote:lol...ok, whatever. I thought this topic was created to discuss O-Cha. Yet you have not yet tried their teas.
I was merely mentioning the last offering by O-Cha, which by the way is being offered by popular request. I would like to compare it to Lupicia's Guri.
I could talk about O-Cha's top 4 sencha: Miyabi, Yutaka Midori, Hatsumi and another newbie Fukamushi Supreme.
Or their top tier Gyokuro...or their top notch Matcha...
Perhaps you would like to start a Lupicia topic, just a suggestion.