Organic Gen Mai Cha

$8.49
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Description

Rice with your tea? Gen mai cha, or brown rice tea, is green tea prepared with puffs of brown rice. Sometimes a few grains of rice pop during the roasting process and resemble popcorn. 

ingredients:
Organic green tea, organic roasted rice
Caffeine Level:
Light Buzz
caffeine-description:
light buzz, 1/3 cup of coffee
sachet-steeping-direction:
Use 15oz filtered water per sachet.
steeping-direction-2:
Heat water to 180˚F and pour over sachet.
steeping-direction-3:
Step 3 minutes.
Certification:
USDA Organic
Certification:
Kosher
Certification:
Gluten Free
Certification:
Non GMO
Tea Type:
Green
Package Type:
Sachet
short-description:
This tea combines whole leaf sencha (sun-finished green tea) and puffs of organic roasted rice. The result is the lovely vegetal taste of green tea layered with the toasty, nutty flavor of roasted brown rice.
ingredients-2:
Origin: China
brewing-tip-1:
Try brewing this tea sachet twice! The first cup with have nuttier roasted flavor, and the second will have more green tea flavor.
brewing-tip-2:
Gen Mai Cha is great with sushi and Chinese food.
brewing-tip-3:
Steep for 2 min, then start sipping every 30 seconds until you find the sencha sweet spot - your ideal flavor. Remove the sachet.

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        • 5
          Great value!

          Posted by Sarah on Aug 7th 2017

          Gen Mai Cha is one of my go-to's so seeing this was significantly cheaper than my typical loose leaf brand I had to give it a try. Being a third of the price I'm used to I questioned if it would be as good but it's everything I expect from a gen mai cha - nutty, warm, bold, smooth. What a wonderful find!

        • 5

          Posted by Anne Harris on Aug 9th 2013

          This is one of my favorite teas. I love the nutty flavor, and it is so easy to drink.

        • 1

          Posted by Radical Desi on Aug 9th 2013

          I love genmaicha in general but this is weak, I brewed it for 10 minutes and it still tasted like water with a faint hint of green tea. Definitely not worth it :(

        • 5

          Posted by Molly on Aug 9th 2013

          I love this Gen Mai Cha Tea. I bought the sample pack so I have tried several teas.I was so surprised when I first took a sip. I drink it iced! Yum.....So refreshing and smooth and nutty. So glad I had the sample to try...I'll order a box of it today. Molly

        • 5

          Posted by Stefanie on Aug 9th 2013

          I love this tea. The toasty rice adds an extra element that I find really comforting, substantial and tasty. Makes me savor every sip. Definitely worth a try if you've never had it before.

        • 5

          Posted by Lindsay on Aug 9th 2013

          This is probably my favorite tea. This gem mai cha is truly the best I've tasted. Perfect green tea with a nutty, toasted finish. YUM!

        • 4

          Posted by jen on Aug 9th 2013

          It sounds really weird, having rice in your tea, and I was hesitant to try it, but it's actually pretty good. I was pleasantly surprised. If you've ever tried rice drinks before, imagine something like that.

        • 5

          Posted by Stephanie on Aug 9th 2013

          one of my favourite teas... and I'm pretty picky! I love how toasty and earthy it is.

        • 5

          Posted by Jason on Aug 9th 2013

          Gen Mai Cha is an acquired taste. Two Leaves has a great loose leaf of this sencha tea. I think the sweetness even has hints of vanilla or tapioca. Very earthy, smooth and nutty. I brew mine for 2.5 minutes.

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