The Tao of Tea, Organic Genmaicha, Green Tea & Toasted Rice, 3.5 oz (100 g)
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- Artisan Quality
- Pure Leaf Teas
- 100% Organic
- USDA Organic
- Brews 60 Cups
- Certified Organic by QAI
Origin, Shizuoka, Japan
Genmaicha is a traditional, popular Japanese green tea. It is also known as 'Brown Rice Tea', as it is a blend of 'Steamed Green Tea' and toasted rice.
A special varietal of rice known as 'Mochi-Gome' is used in making Genmaicha. Upon roasting, (this varietal) develops a deep golden color and toasted. It sometimes 'pops' into white kernels similar to popcorn.
High quality in Genmaicha is judged by the quality and grade of green tea leaves (high grades are made with select Sencha leaf) and with organic toasted rice. Both must be blended in proportions that provide a balanced flavor.
Earthy, nutty aroma with a smooth, mild savory taste.
Genmaicha pairs especially well with breakfast breads, rice desserts and fruit pastries.
Brew one level teaspoon of leaf in eight ounces pure, spring or filtered water at 180F for four minutes. Leaf can be reinfused two times.
100% organic green tea leaves, 100% organic toasted rice.
Great Japanese tea
Great Japanese tea
Very good taste, delicate and not strong
The Tao of Tea's Green Tea
Posted by 5551289617481059949 on Jun 03, 2016
great tasting Green Tea for sure !
Posted by 5356323234126855917 on Dec 24, 2015
I've had nothing but good luck with all my purchases at herb. The products are good quality and I received them with much speed.
Origin, Shizuoka, Japan - Teas have been recalled from this area because of Fukashima Radiation
Posted by Reviewer2151137 on Jul 04, 2015
Just Google Origin, Shizuoka, Japan tea recall radiation This is delicious tea but started researching it as I was enjoying a cup and I realize that I am throwing out the entire tin.