Genmaicha (80g)

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Genmaicha is one of Japan’s most popular teas made by mixing Yanagi Bancha leaves with roasted rice.

This Genmaicha is brass yellow in color, with a light astringency and a rounded finish.

Its nutty pecan-like aroma and buttery sweet taste make it a very soothing and satisfying tea.

kr119.00

In stock

Description

Characteristics
Taste:
The sweetness of the roasted glutinous rice surrounds the astringency of the tea leaves.
The longer you brew, the more the astringency is released and the more you can enjoy the numbing astringency and fragrance.

Color:
The subdued green color with a slight yellow tinge.
A combination of the transparent beige color of the roasted brown rice and the light green of the tea leaves.

Aroma:
In a word, it can be described as elegant.
When it is brewed at low temperature, you can enjoy the muffled aroma,
and when it is brewed with boiling water, you can enjoy the youthful and elegant aroma.
The aroma changes according to the temperature. The harmony of the aroma of roasted sticky rice and tea is beautiful.

The leaves
Tea leaves:
Large tea leaves (and brown roasted unpolished rice, white flowers (poped glutinous rice))
Origin
Wazuka (Kyoto)
Tea cultivar: Mixed
Cultivation: Unshaded
Harvest season: June
Processing: Steamed, rolled and dried
Scene
When you are chatting with someone.
When you want to drink a lot of tea.
After meals.

Brewing

Tea leaves: 3-4 g / person
95℃-100℃ water: 100 ml- / person
Brewing time: 30 seconds

This tea can be drunk up to the 2nd brewing.

Detailed instructions for brewing Genmaicha

Preservation

Best before: 6 months after purchase

The best way to preserve tea is to store it at room temperature in a cool, dark place where there is little humidity change and no sunlight.

Detailed instructions how to preserve green teas

Quantity

80 g (About 40-55 cups)

1 review for Genmaicha (80g)

  1. Aase

    Teen smakte overraskende godt. Elsker den.

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