Ngahere Sencha


He pounamu mura te tī nei i ro kapu, ā, hei painga hoki mā te wā kai, he mōkarakara te hā o ēnei rau tī Hapani me te manuka, te kawakawa hoki -

kia koa tonu, ka taurikura tō rā.

Brews to a vivid jade in the cup and complements

Any meal with the savoury flavours of Japanese green tea leaves.

With mānuka and kawakawa - enjoy a moment, thrive in your day.

Made in Aotearoa

50g with muslin tea bag

Organic Japanese sencha leaves, kawakawa, and manuka leaf.

With Muslin Bag or Without

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Maker Profile

Kaputi Studio

kōrero //story

kia ora

kaputī studio is a collaborative project based around a small range of locally blended teas and infusions.

the source of inspiration for this project is a love of tea and the culture we enjoy through drinking it: hui, discussion, art, ceremony, wānanga, connectedness to people and nature, manaakitanga.

we hope to restore the ceremony of tea in daily life through the conscious practice of kaputī. at the same time as providing spaces to hui, wānanga, and kōrero māori, and opening up spaces to reflect on your own journey with regards to te reo māori.

every packet of our tea comes from a small handmade batch and is made with high quality loose leaf tea, herbs and spices with instructions to make your ideal cup of tea.


ngā mihi maioha e hoa ma


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