Kyoto Hojicha

(1 customer review)

$9.00

Net Weight: 1.50 oz

Taste: very soothing, combines natural sweetness with toast, woody, and nutty flavors.

Origin:  Japan

Ingredients: organic green tea

Non-GMO, No Artificial Ingredients, No Preservatives, No Additives.

1 in stock

SKU: G003 Categories: ,

Description

Kyoto Hojicha is a traditional and organic wonder of Japanese tea making.  This organic green tea was created by roasting Sencha tea leaves.  This tea is very easy to brew.  It is a very smooth tea that brews well with hot or cold water. The flavor is soothing and combines natural sweetness with toast, woody, and nutty flavors.  The distinctive taste make it a great alternative to coffee.

Due to the way the tea is roasted it has a very low level of caffeine.  As a result, it may be the green tea of choice for people sensitive to caffeine.  Kyoto Hojicha grows on a certified organic tea farm in the Kyoto region of Japan.

 

Learn about tea, green tea, and the different tea types.

Green tea is exceptionally high in flavonoids that can help boost your heart health by lowering bad cholesterol and reducing blood clotting. … This tea variety has also shown to be anti-inflammatory, which helps keep your skin clear and glowing.Penn Medicine—The Hidden Health Benefits of Tea

Tea is the most popular beverage in the world after water … The flavor of tea varies by where the tea leaves are harvested and how they are grown and processed. Black tea is the most popular worldwide, followed by green, oolong, and white tea.”  Harvard School of Public Health—The Nutrition Source—Tea

 

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Certified Organic by OEFFA

 


Caffeine Level: Low

 


HOW TO PREPARE

HOT BREW

Tea AmountWaterTemperatureSteeping Time
 ≈ 1 tsp8 FL OZ190°F1 to 2 minutes

You can re-brew the same leaves 2 or 3 times. If you re-brew, then increase brewing time.

 

COLD BREW

Put loose-leaf tea in a pitcher with cold water and infuse in refrigerator overnight for at least eight hours.

1 review for Kyoto Hojicha

  1. Lee P

    I was a big fan of bancha until I tried this, hooked! Excited to try others

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