Genmai Cha Green Tea with Roasted Brown Rice Tea Bag

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  • “Having had one style of Genmai Cha inspired me to have another of a different brand and style tea bag. This tea box have individually sealed bag and is instructed to steep tea for 1 – 3...” Read full tasting note
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    seule771 600 tasting notes
  • “This tea is interesting.. I bought it on a whim at an asian market today and I'm glad I've tried it. I'm not sure I'll drink it again. It's a very savory tea. When it steeps it smells exactly...” Read full tasting note
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    meganbfsu 61 tasting notes
  • “I am new to tea tasting and the tea life. I tasted Genmai Cha Green tea with roasted brown rice and found the first tea worth giving and writing about in my life. I was curious to see how the rice...” Read full tasting note
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From Yamamotoyama

Carefully roasted brown rice is mixed with the premium Green tea leaves for a nutty and refreshing beverage.

Brewing instruction: For best result, steep for 1-3 minutes or to desired taste.

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Having had one style of Genmai Cha inspired me to have another of a different brand and style tea bag. This tea box have individually sealed bag and is instructed to steep tea for 1 – 3 minutes.

I take fully boiled water and place my teabag in the cup and add the water and leave for a three minutes steep time.

I know that shorter steeps make for a stronger tea, yet I always prefer for tea to be cooked long as possible. Tea aroma is a roasted and nutty scent.
Tea’s color is brownish and kind of runny like. It is not clear, but not milky either. That is why I am using the term runny; like adding water into a cup that once held milk in it.

Upon tasting the tea, it is grainy in texture and steamy. Tasting like a cup of rice soup and leaving one feeling full.

Overall, these Genmai Cha teas are grainy in texture with a roasted nuttier side to it and makes for a very refreshing cup of tea.

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This tea is interesting.. I bought it on a whim at an asian market today and I’m glad I’ve tried it. I’m not sure I’ll drink it again. It’s a very savory tea. When it steeps it smells exactly like roasted rice and it tastes like it too. I don’t get a lot of green tea flavors out of it.

Amanda 'SoggyEnderman' Wilson

Back when I drank primarily tea bags, this was one of my favorites. I haven’t had it in forever though, so who knows if I would still like it.

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I am new to tea tasting and the tea life. I tasted Genmai Cha Green tea with roasted brown rice and found the first tea worth giving and writing about in my life. I was curious to see how the rice would come across in the brew. Steep just under 3 minutes to get more ricey blend.

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Boiling 2 min, 45 sec

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