Gen-Mai Cha, Tealuxe #181

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Green Tea
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3 min, 30 sec

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  • “Had a cup of this yesterday at my local Tealuxe. It was my first time trying genmaicha, so I don't have a basis for comparison. This presented as a nice, sort-of roasty flavor to a solid green...” Read full tasting note
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  • “This is my first time trying genmai cha and I have to say it's something pretty different. Tealuxe's version is a mellow green tea with a very nutty and savory flavor. The aroma of the toasted rice...” Read full tasting note
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Bright, delicate Kyoto green tea mixed with toasted and popped rice. A visual treat like snow in the springtime. The roasty aroma is from the toasted rice. The flavor is mellow and unique.

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Had a cup of this yesterday at my local Tealuxe. It was my first time trying genmaicha, so I don’t have a basis for comparison.

This presented as a nice, sort-of roasty flavor to a solid green tea base. The base was a little vegetal, but not too much (it was subtle enough to not be off-putting in the least) and was very smooth. The rice added a roasty note to the tea, creating almost a toasted or “cooked” flavor. It left a noticeable aftertaste of cooked green veggies. It was quite good overall.

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This is my first time trying genmai cha and I have to say it’s something pretty different. Tealuxe’s version is a mellow green tea with a very nutty and savory flavor. The aroma of the toasted rice and popped corn is fragrant and wonderful. It’s got a crisp and refreshing flavor, nothing much wrong with it. Personally, I’m not so used to tea tasting this savory, so it will take some getting used to. But overall, a good first impression.

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