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Edit tea info Last updated by Cash & Chris
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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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From The Spice and Tea Exchange

(Genmaicha Tea) Kyoto green tea leaves are blended with popped and roasted rice, to make this a brothy infusion with a unique appeal. Moderate Caffeine.

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A deliciously sweet, roasty/toasty genmaicha. Really nice with a good balance between the nutty, sweet, “green” taste of the tea with the toasted rice notes.

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Popped Rice is nice! I love the toasted and roasted base. The description says brothy…and THAT it is! This isn’t overly “fried” or “roasted” or “toasted” as some Genmaicha can be. I think that is just fine. This is a goodie!!!

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This sounds perfect! I like a toasted taste to my genmaicha, but not too much.

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Now, I’ve only tried (to date) one other variety of genmaicha to compare this to (which greatly paled in comparison), but this tea’s perfectly toasty, smooth green flavor and strong pleasant scent was enough for me to declare genmaicha one of my favorite varieties of tea right from the first sip. I’ve drank a cup of this every afternoon since first discovering it months ago and don’t plan on stopping anytime soon, though I may switch to other brands’ genmaicha.
-Cash

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185 °F / 85 °C 3 min, 0 sec

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