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Organic Genmaicha, Green Tea with Brown Rice
Posted by Reviewer2018864 on Nov 07, 2008
This tea is absolutely delicious and refreshing. It has the taste of toasted rice, the kind you get when you cook rice and a crust forms at the bottom of the pot. You traditionally add water to this crust of rice and you get a wonderful toasted rice tea. With this tea bag you get the same flavor.
Posted by Reviewer1942215 on Nov 19, 2008
Brown rice in tea sounds odd, but it adds a great flavor and mellows the green tea. Highly recommended.
One of my favorite teas
Posted by Reviewer2752777 on Nov 08, 2008
I like the tea's earthy flavor, which emphasizes the brown rice over the green tea. Some green teas can be too acidic for me; this one balances the acidity level with the brown rice that makes it easier on my stomach.
Posted by holahola on Jan 12, 2011
Taste SO good! And you really taste the round, mild flavour of brown rice. Not bitter at all even though its green tea. Sencha is the best!
Posted by x-tine on Jan 11, 2012
Genmaicha is one of my absolute favorite teas and Eden makes a fine blend. The little bits of toasted brown rice lend a flavor that can't be beat!
Posted by Reviewer3137418 on Feb 09, 2008
The tea isn't as nicely blended as I'd hoped. The roasted brown rice flavor is there, but it lacks the green tea flavor I was hoping for as well. I don't think I would recommend it. I prefer a more potent and more balanced Genmaicha.
One of my favorite teas!
Posted by PurpleHeart on Jan 25, 2016
This is one of my favorite teas - Genmaicha from Eden. It is toasted brown rice and green tea goodness to savor at any time of the day. Wonderful!
Eden Foods, Organic Genmaicha, Green Tea with Brown Rice, 16 Tea Bags
Posted by Reviewer3017037 on Mar 05, 2012
the best green tea! very Delicious. Like it very much!
Posted by Reviewer3049125 on Dec 06, 2011
Lovely taste and love that it's organic!
Delicious- the best green tea variety
Posted by nicolaluna on Aug 08, 2013
This is my go-to blend for green tea. The brown rice gives it an added quality... it's hard to describe a flavor, but it's sort of like ordinary green tea just emerged from the ancient mountaintop retreat in its zen robes fully enlightened. It's a woodsy, earthy taste. Yum.