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From Tantalizing Tea

Intriguing, vibrant Japanese green tea made from powdered Sencha. Mixed with a bit of water, and then pressed through molds producing uniform, spaghetti-like bits. Maximum flavor and benefits.

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Backlog: Love this tea! It’s so unique and tastes delicious. Whenever I want “green”, I get some of this. Read my review: http://mandybee.wordpress.com/2009/01/16/kokeicha-from-tantalizing-tea/


Wow! A Japanese green I’ve never heard of:) I must try:)


(this comment is after reading your review.) Ohhh… “this reminds me of matcha”. Now I’m absolutely sold=D I hate general “this is how you brew green tea” directions! I go to www.denstea.com for my Japanese green parameters, but they don’t sell a Kokeicha.:( Did you find your parameters just by experimentation or do you have a source?

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Just experimented! :)


Now I’m on a search for Kokeicha parameters- they’ve gotta be out there somewhere:)

Mandy Bee

Use 1 level teaspoon per 6 oz cup. Heat water until steaming. Steep for 1-2 minutes.

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Another MandyB Tea!~
The ‘leaves’ are really-really-really thin.
The infused liquid is quite murky and it smells like moss or wet grass of sorts.
The taste is strong and earthy almost along the same thoughts of a gun powder type taste. This is pretty good if you are looking for a powerful green!

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