Each jar contains 50g of loose leaf tea which makes approximately 50 cups (can be steeped 2-3x).
- Lowers risk of heart disease
- Suppresses can cell growth
- Detoxifies your body
- Kills oral bacteria
- Soothes your mind
- Boosts concentration
Genmaicha tea is a type of Japanese green tea. Typically, you have a 50-50 blend of bancha with some roasted rice (normally mochi rice).
But you can enjoy a wide variety of flavor, since you can opt for blends that use gyokuro, sencha, or houjicha. And then you can also pick the many options for the roasted rice.
What’s the roasted rice for? It’s for the taste. The plain green tea can be overly tart and astringent for some people. But the roasted rice a complementary nutty taste with a nice aroma as well, and it makes the green tea less bitter.
Who is it for?
This is for those who find regular green tea too tart and bitter. If the taste of a typical green tea is too much for you, then you may enjoy the milder Genmaicha Tea blend with the roasted rice.
Drink this when you want a refreshing tea, and when you want to drink something while trying to focus. It’s a great regular drink to boost your health, and it doesn’t cost a lot either. Green tea is still an option with Genmaicha Tea, when other green tea options are more expensive.
Simply use boiling water with 2grams of Genmaicha Tea, and steep for about 30 seconds. It’s so quick and easy that it’s great for those in a hurry.