it has that yummy toasted flavor of brown rice with a delicate green tea taste…or maybe too delicate?

i cant taste it anymore after taking a bite of chocolate :(

but i still liked it enough to steep a 2nd bag :)
i left my teabag steeping for way too long and it never got bitter, lol. good or bad? hahaha

just when i thought i was getting to like green tea :s

Kasumi no Chajin

the rice in genmai helps in both stretching the sencha, and also reducing/eliminating the bittering. (was originally a way to extend sencha among those who could not afford pure sencha/as much of it)

yssah - Love is Tea (LIT)

ooooh, interesting sensei! :)

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Kasumi no Chajin

the rice in genmai helps in both stretching the sencha, and also reducing/eliminating the bittering. (was originally a way to extend sencha among those who could not afford pure sencha/as much of it)

yssah - Love is Tea (LIT)

ooooh, interesting sensei! :)

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