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How to Make Homemade Matcha

How to Make Homemade Matcha

Making homemade matcha is a satisfying experience. Before sharing how to make matcha at home, here are the elements of quality Matcha: bright color, creamy and smooth texture, and naturally sweet and savory Umami taste. Matcha making usually involves a high level of...
5 Simple Matcha Recipes to Try

5 Simple Matcha Recipes to Try

1. Minimalist Matcha Smoothiewith full benefits of matcha tea!Ingredients:1 Banana5 Ice cubes3/4 cup Milk of your choice1 tsp MatchaInstructions:Blend all four ingredientsFun variations (substitute Matcha for flavored Matcha and use no ice cubes)Matcha Lemon with 3/4...
Japan Tea Tour

Japan Tea Tour

  Truly One of A Kind of Experience This spring, as many of you know, we flew to Japan with our new friends gathered from all over the nation.12 of us flew to Japan separately and joined together in Kyoto. We all spoke English but with different accents!  And we all...
Matcha Lemon Love

Matcha Lemon Love

Summer is approaching fast here in our little corner of North East Oregon where Sei Mee Tea is based out of. As the sun begins to fill our days with warmth and the snow begins to melt off of our beautiful mountain peaks we love to reach for our iced Matcha tea...
Top 3 Herbs For Chronic Inflammation

Top 3 Herbs For Chronic Inflammation

As most of you I’m sure can imagine, here at SEI MEE TEA we LOVE plant medicine. Medicinal herbs and green tea are such an important part of holistic healing. Such a beautiful gift mother earth gives us, using her bounties to heal us from the inside out. Sticking to...
A taste of Japan in Wallowa County

A taste of Japan in Wallowa County

Tea: Local business evokes Japanese cultureSEI MEE TEABy Kana OliverFor Wallowa County Chieftain, April 10, 2019 Kiyomi Koike, owner of local business, Sei Mee Tea, came to the United States 25 years ago from Japan and now is a United States Citizen and proud...
Crispy Nettle Leaves

Crispy Nettle Leaves

This weekend, we celebrated Spring in our usual way – by getting outside and doing yard work! When it’s Spring cleaning time in our yard, I always start out cutting back blackberry vines (they grow at a sort of creep-fast rate here in the Northwest) with great vigor....