Genmaicha

Genmaicha



Gyokuro and Sencha are sorted into leaf, stem and powder during processing. For Genmaicha, green tea that consists mostly of the stem (Karigane) is blended with popped whole
rice (Genmai).

The taste of the refreshing green tea and the full-bodied aroma of the whole-rice combine exquisitely. Its mild relaxing fragrance makes it very popular as a daily drink.
The fragrance and flavor of the unpolished rice helps at times when one feels tired and empty. Whether at work, university or during your private study time at home Genmaicha relaxes and strengthens you.
Not only are vitamin B and E abundant in unpolished rice, but green tea also contains vitamin C and plenty of minerals.
These nutritional benefits are another reason why this tea is so popular.


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The taste of the refreshing green tea and the full-bodied aroma of the whole-rice combine exquisitely. Its mild relaxing fragrance makes it very popular as a daily drink.
$8.90 *
Delivery weight: 400 g
100 g = $4.45
The taste of the refreshing green tea and the full-bodied aroma of the whole-rice combine exquisitely. Its mild relaxing fragrance makes it very popular as a daily drink.
$22.30 *
Delivery weight: 800 g
100 g = $4.46
* Prices incl. VAT, plus delivery

How to prepare delicious Genmaicha

For five servings:

Insert approx. 15 g of tealeaves (3 tablespoons) in a teapot.
Pour 650 ml hot water (between 90° C and 100° C) in the teapot and steem about 30 seconds. When serving several cups of tea pour a little into each cup alternately so the richer tea at the bottom of the pot will be distributed evenly between all cups. Please note that the above instructions for brewing tea are merely our suggestions. The taste of tea is subject to one's own liking. Please continue to 'experiment' in order to find the taste that is most fitting to your own preference.