Welcome to Great Eastern Sun's Healthy Table Blog

Great Eastern Sun's Healthy Table

Here at Great Eastern Sun we're proud to offer a large variety of healthy, organic, traditional, and macrobiotic foods,
including Miso Master American Made MisoEmerald Cove Sea Vegetables, Emperor's Kitchen and Sushi Sonic Asian condiments,  Mother India Organics traditional Indian meals, Organic Planet Organic Noodles, Haiku Organic Japanese and One World Black Teas.

We also want to be a source for you to learn more about the benefits and how to prepare all the natural and organic foods and ingredients that we offer through our Great Eastern Sun's Healthy Table blog. We hope that you enjoy in good health!

Haiku Sencha Green Tea Cooler recipe
Haiku Organic Japanese Sencha Green Tea 16 Teabags
Haiku Organic Japanese Sencha Green Teas are available at your local organic food market or purchase direct in our Great Eastern Sun Online Shop.



Preparing Haiku Japanese
Organic Sencha Tea

Our Haiku Organic Japanese Sencha Green Tea is made from the finest, full flavored green tea leaves in the Uji district of Japan. It is available in both convenient teabags and loose tea for your brewing pleasure. Here are some delicious ways to enjoy our Haiku Organic Japanese Sencha Green Tea:
Hot Sencha Tea from Teabags:  Bring cold water to a full boil. Immediately remove from heat and let sit for a minute. Pour over the tea, using one cup of water per teabag. Allow to steep for no more than 1-2 minutes or tea may become bitter.
Hot Sencha from Loose Tea:  Bring cold water to a full boil. Pour 1 cup of boiled water over 1 teaspoon of Haiku Green Sencha tea leaves and steep for 1-2 minutes, strain leaves and enjoy.

Iced Sencha Tea from Teabags: Bring 4 cups water to a boil, and pour over 4 teabags. Allow to steep for 2 minutes. Remove teabags and sweeten, if desired. Stir well, chill for at least ½ hour, pour into serving pitcher, add ice and cold water to make 2 quarts, and serve.

Fruit Infused Haiku Green Sencha Tea
To brew, bring 7 cups water to a boil, remove from heat and add 4 teabags. Cover steep for 2 to 3 minutes. Remove teabags and chill for at least 1/2 hour. Then pour into a serving pitcher, add 1 cup organic pear juice, stir well, and serve. MAKES 1/2 GALLON.