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Yamamotoyama Loose Genmaicha Brown Rice Green Tea, 200 g

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£4.40

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A large bag of fresh, loose leaf genmai green tea. This green tea has the grassy flavour of green tea, combined with the nutty aroma of roasted rice. This loose leaf brown rice green tea is of a higher quality than the bagged version, but still simple to prepare.

ITEM ID: #844

Background

Genmaicha tea is a combination of Japanese green tea and brown rice. Brown rice was originally added to tea as a filler for the poorer members of society, but has not become a popular tea in its own right due to the mild flavour combination of light, grassy green tea and roasted brown rice.

How To Use

Loose leaf tea tends to have a fresher, more authentic taste than bagged varieties.
• Add a pinch of green tea directly to a cup or to a tea strainer in a tea pot.
• Use approximately 80°C water to brew the tea.
• Allow the tea to infuse for one minute, then enjoy.

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Nutrition

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REVIEWS

8 reviews
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29-07-2015
This is my favourite tea. I have to avoid oligos and polyols and this provides flavour without any danger of upset.
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26-07-2016
Good for the price.
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30-11-2016
Excellent
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08-02-2017
Good price for delicious tea
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23-08-2017
This product tasted good. I will order it again.
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17-09-2017
Love it!
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16-11-2017
Quality is tops - the trick is to use Swedish paper tea bags, and gently dunk them in hot water about a dozen times. Do not steep.
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04-01-2018
The fragrance of rice with tea is really good. I would recommend!