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Originating in China, but enjoyed all over the East from Japan to Vietnam, green tea has been utilised for centuries for medicinal and holistic purposes. Of course, it wasn’t long before us Westerners cottoned on to the health benefits of this wonder leaf, and nowadays it’s renowned for it’s ability to boost brain function and immunity, kick start weight loss, and lower the risk of cancer, all thanks to its impressive levels of polyphenols and antioxidants.

With dozens of brands all pronouncing their green tea as the best and the healthiest, how can you be sure you’re choosing the right one? Should you go organic, loose leaf, or bag, and what’s the difference between jasmine and matcha? We’ll go over everything you need to know in our buying guide, and follow it up with our countdown of the top 10 green teas on the market from Amazon and eBay in case you need a bit more brew-spiration.
  • Last updated: 07-01-2021
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How to Choose Green Tea in the UK – Buying Guide

Whichever of the many rewards you want to reap from sipping on green tea (or whether you just want the tastiest you can find), there are a couple of things to look out for to get the most out of it, and a few different varieties to choose between too. So before you make any decisions, pop the kettle on and settle down to our buying guide.

Choose Between Loose or Bagged Tea Based on Preference and Convenience

Like most teas, green tea is available in a loose form or in tea bags. You’ve probably heard many an experienced tea drinker claim that the best taste will come from a traditionally-brewed leaf tea, and in the case of green tea, this also rings true. There are some advantages of bagged tea though, so let’s compare the two.

Loose Green Tea Retains the Most Antioxidants and Flavour

Loose Green Tea Retains the Most Antioxidants and Flavour
Unlike black tea, green tea does not go through an oxidation (fermentation) process. This means it retains all of the wonderful polyphenols, which are the antioxidant-rich micronutrients responsible for the tea’s many benefits to the body.
Sound like some chemicals you’d like to keep around? You may want to choose loose green tea, as you will be brewing the leaf in it’s most natural form and thus maintaining the potency of it’s nutrients. Greater quantities of the leaf’s essential oils will also be kept intact with loose green tea, which maximises the flavour, resulting in a full-bodied infusion that tastes fresh and delicious.
Whilst some drinkers don’t mind the simplicity of adding a pinch of green tea leaves to a mug of hot water, others may prefer using a pot, tea ball or strainer. Matcha tea is also classed as loose tea, albeit one where the leaves are ground into a powder. Either way there is some effort required when using tea leaves, so this might be a factor worth noting.

Bagged Green Tea is Cheap and Convenient, But Much Less Potent

Bagged Green Tea is Cheap and Convenient, But Much Less Potent
Boiling the kettle and throwing a bag into a mug only takes a minute and results in minimal clean up, an appealing process indeed. Tea bags are also usually lower in price than packets of loose tea, but how much pure green tea they actually contain is questionable. However, this does mean they have a lower caffeine content which may be a draw to some.
Bagged tea contains a fair amount of dust and smaller particles of blitzed up leaves, usually the unwanted bits and bobs from loose leaf production. Green tea is unfortunately no different, so if you're looking to sip on a mug for weight loss or other health-related reasons, you won’t be getting the full spectrum of rewards nor flavour with a tea bag.
That being said, if you are only really drinking green tea for the taste, you may find bags perfectly sufficient. Or perhaps you do want the convenience of a bag but aren’t feeling tempted by a dusty brew, in which case we’d recommend looking for packets that explicitly state that they contain whole leaf green tea, but bear in mind they will cost more.

Consider the Different Varieties of Green Tea and Which You Might Like Best

All types of tea come from the same shrub, Camellia Sinensis, but the end result is dependent on the harvesting, processing, and region of the plants. This applies to green tea too, of which there are many different strands. Here are some of the most popular in the UK, although the best way to work out your favourite is to try them all!

Sencha

Sencha
An everyday variety that is the most popular in Japan. It is harvested from the first or second flush, which equates to better quality, and is rolled into needle shapes. It has a nice balance of bitter and sweet notes, and an almost salty, grassy taste that reminds some of seaweed.

Matcha

Matcha
Matcha is the variety used in traditional Japanese tea ceremonies, so if you see “ceremonial grade” on the packet, it means it is of a high enough quality to be used for these purposes. This powdered tea allegedly has ten times the antioxidants of other green teas. It’s shade-grown which amps up the caffeine content, and has a smooth sweetness that’s almost nutty in taste.

Jasmine

Jasmine
Scented with the aroma of jasmine blossoms, you can guess that this green tea is beautifully fragrant and floral, and is subtly sweet. Sometimes, this Chinese tea is made with black or oolong leaves, so make sure you look for a green jasmine variety to avoid disappointment.

Longjing or Dragon Well

Longjing or Dragon Well
Dragon Well is the literal translation of Longjing, so you may see both names used. This Chinese green tea is one of the world’s finest, as it’s mostly produced by hand, so it can therefore be expensive. It’s light, delicate, and a little sweet and chesnutty.

Hojicha

Hojicha
Hojicha is a Japanese variety that is roasted over charcoal, as opposed to steamed like most other green teas. The roasting process makes for a toasty, earthy and soothing infusion with almost caramel-like notes, and a lower caffeine content.

Should You Choose Organic Green Tea?

Should You Choose Organic Green Tea?
Yet another factor that can influence the benefits of green tea is whether it is produced organically or not. If chemical additives are used when harvesting, there’s a chance that the levels of antioxidants will lessen and general absorption from the body is hindered, or so studies show. It is also said that organic green tea has a purer, more complex and more palatable taste.
Whether or not you choose to drink only organic is ultimately a personal decision, but you will be able to find many options either way.

Flavoured Green Teas or Blends Can Add a Pleasant Flavour and Reduce the Caffeine Content

Flavoured Green Teas or Blends Can Add a Pleasant Flavour and Reduce the Caffeine Content
New to the world of green tea, or want the benefits but can’t quite get used to the taste? If the slightly astringent flavour synonymous with Asia’s favourite elixir is a bit much for you, looking for green tea blends containing other herbs or additions, such as lemon, mint or rose will definitely cushion the blow.
Due to these other dried delights making up a portion of the infusion, the power of the green tea will obviously be lessened, but then again so will the caffeine level. This also makes them a good choice for those with caffeine sensitivities, or those who want to enjoy several cups in a day without too much of a buzz.
Matcha drinkers who take their tea with steamed milk as a matcha latte could opt for flavoured powders such as those with vanilla, but we’d recommend looking for natural additives that won’t turn your healthy habit into a sugar-laden one.

Top 10 Best Green Teas in the UK

Hopefully you’ve learnt something about the super-powered brew that is green tea, and most importantly what you do and don’t want to be putting into your cup. Next on the schedule, our top 10 recommendations, all of which are guaranteed to give you a little lift whilst tasting delicious.
10
Preparation TypeTea bag
Green Tea VarietyMatcha, sencha
OrganicYes
Other Ingredients/FlavoursMultiple
Volume4 x 20 bags
9

Simpli-SpecialLemon Ginger Sencha Green Tea

£23.70

Preparation TypeLoose leaf
Green Tea VarietySencha
OrganicNo
Other Ingredients/FlavoursLemon, lemongrass, ginger
Volume500 g
8

Clearspring Organic Loose Green Sencha Tea

£7.49

Preparation TypeLoose leaf/tea bags
Green Tea VarietySencha
OrganicYes
Other Ingredients/FlavoursNo
Volume90 g
7

Teapigs Jasmine Pearls Green Tea

£13.95

Preparation TypeTea temple
Green Tea VarietyJasmine
OrganicNo
Other Ingredients/FlavoursNo
Volume50 bags
6

Valley of Tea Dragon Well Longjing Loose Green Tea

£20.27

Preparation TypeLoose leaf
Green Tea VarietyDragon Well
OrganicNo
Other Ingredients/FlavoursNo
Volume100 g
5

Annvchi Jasmine Green Loose Tea Pearls

£19.99

Preparation TypeLoose leaf
Green Tea VarietyJasmine
OrganicNo
Other Ingredients/FlavoursNo
Volume200 g
4

Valley of Tea Bancha Hojicha Green Tea

£23.82

Preparation TypeLoose leaf
Green Tea VarietyHojicha
OrganicNo
Other Ingredients/FlavoursNo
Volume200 g
3

Vahdam TeasVanilla Matcha Green Tea Powder

£9.99

Preparation TypeLoose powder
Green Tea VarietyMatcha
OrganicNo
Other Ingredients/FlavoursVanilla
Volume100 g
2

The Tea Makers of London Japanese Sencha Loose Leaf Tea

£8.95

Preparation TypeLoose leaf
Green Tea VarietySencha
OrganicNo
Other Ingredients/FlavoursNo
Volume125 g
1

Mighty Matcha Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder

£8.99

Preparation TypeLoose powder
Green Tea VarietyMatcha
OrganicYes
Other Ingredients/FlavoursNo
Volume30 g

Compare the Best Green Teas

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1
Mighty Matcha  Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder 1

Mighty Matcha

2
The Tea Makers of London  Japanese Sencha Loose Leaf Tea 1

The Tea Makers of London

3
Vahdam Teas Vanilla Matcha Green Tea Powder 1

Vahdam Teas

4
Valley of Tea  Bancha Hojicha Green Tea 1

Valley of Tea

5
Annvchi  Jasmine Green Loose Tea Pearls 1

Annvchi

6
Valley of Tea  Dragon Well Longjing Loose Green Tea 1

Valley of Tea

7
Teapigs  Jasmine Pearls Green Tea 1

Teapigs

8
Clearspring  Organic Loose Green Sencha Tea 1

Clearspring

9
Simpli-Special Lemon Ginger Sencha Green Tea 1

Simpli-Special

10
Pukka Teas Green Collection 1

Pukka

Name

Organic Matcha Green Tea Powder

Japanese Sencha Loose Leaf Tea

Vanilla Matcha Green Tea Powder

Bancha Hojicha Green Tea

Jasmine Green Loose Tea Pearls

Dragon Well Longjing Loose Green Tea

Jasmine Pearls Green Tea

Organic Loose Green Sencha Tea

Lemon Ginger Sencha Green Tea

Teas Green Collection

Features

Super Healthy and Super Tasty

Nutrient-Rich Sencha for Every Day

Sweet Matcha Powder Ideal for Latte Lovers

Addictively Toasty and Soothing With Low Caffeine

Opulent Loose Leaf Jasmine Dragon Pearls

Buttery Sweet High End Artisan Tea

A Floral Treat in Convenient Bags

Finest Organic Sencha for Light Refreshment

Zesty and Fragrant Loose Sencha

Reasonably Priced Multipack of Flavoured Teas

Price£8.99£8.95£9.99£23.82£19.99£20.27£13.95£7.49£23.70£12.00
Preparation TypeLoose powderLoose leafLoose powderLoose leafLoose leafLoose leafTea templeLoose leaf/tea bagsLoose leafTea bag
Green Tea VarietyMatchaSenchaMatchaHojichaJasmineDragon WellJasmineSenchaSenchaMatcha, sencha
OrganicYesNoNoNoNoNoNoYesNoYes
Other Ingredients/FlavoursNoNoVanillaNoNoNoNoNoLemon, lemongrass, gingerMultiple
Volume30 g125 g100 g200 g200 g100 g50 bags90 g500 g4 x 20 bags
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Would You Like Another Cup of Tea?

Would You Like Another Cup of Tea?

While green tea is one of the healthiest drinks you can get, there are many more teas, blends, and tisanes out there with fantastic benefits to try out. Take a look at some of our other tea-based articles! 

Summary

As you can see, buying the right green tea has a little more to it than you might expect, and the taste can vary greatly depending on the region it originates from and the way it’s made. Hopefully you now know which of these amazing infusions will get your mouth watering, and your body and mind refreshed, replenished and healthy.

Author: Natasha Dziubajlo

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