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Matcha Genmaicha

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TWO JAPANESE SPECIALITIES IN ONE…

 

Genmaicha’s also known as “popcorn tea”, thanks to the popped grains of toasted rice blended in with the tea leaves. We’ve coated this unusual Japanese brew with lush green matcha – giving an extra rich, verdant tea for those who like to go green.
 
Genmaicha first came about when Japanese peasants would bulk out their tea with toasted rice, but connoisseurs soon developed a taste for its uniquely nutty aroma and roasted flavour. We’ve used a steamed sencha tea for our Matcha Genmaicha, adding matcha to give it that distinctive vibrancy and depth – it’s perfect if you want a daily matcha fix without the fuss of whisks, bowls and ancient ceremonies.
 
  • Tastes like

    popcorn, toasted,matcha

  • Food pairing

    Sushi

  • When to drink

      throughout the day for a moderate caffeine uplift  

Brew the perfect cup

  Per cup, infuse one teaspoon (2g) of tea in water heated to 80°C for 2-3 minutes  

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Price: $13.24

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Item Code: 335083 / Net weight: 100g

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