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GENMAICHA

TEA WITH ROASTED RICE
GREEN TEA

Shizuoka, Tuba, Honshu, Japan

A special sort of Japanese green tea, where tea leaves are mixed with roasted rice. The result is a very interesting and unusual drink, where sweet and slightly tart notes of tea harmoniously match with roasted notes of rice. This Genmaicha is made from the Bancha leaf variety and Japanese brown rice "Uruchimai". Tea has a very rich and deep infusion with sea and nutty notes.

ORGANIC

AROMA
Corn, baked seeds
TASTE
Salty, grass and seaweed

CULTIVAR: Yabukita
HARVEST: Spring, 2021

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TWIG TEA

ORIGIN
Genmaicha is an absolutely unique tea, known in Japan for a long time. Due to a high price on green tea, people started to add rice to make it more affordable. Traditional Genmaicha is made from Bancha, which is cheaper green tea than Sencha. Genmaicha is also called "Folk tea" due to its availability. Nowadays there are higher quality variations like Sencha Genmaicha or even Gyokuro Genmaicha. Low caffeine makes this tea a great choice for evening tea sessions. With all the beneficial properties of green tea, Genmaicha tea cleanses the body, improves digestion and strengthens the immune system. Delicious and unique tea, definitely deserves special attention.

ORGANOLEPTIC
Dry tea has a very delicate and sweet aroma with notes of rice crackers, nuts, and waffles. After the first infusion aroma develops into intense salty, sea motifs with notes of seaweed, nori, sushi, and chips. The taste is multifaceted and deep with clear roasted seed notes. One-of-a-kind tea that is definitely worth trying.
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