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Hojicha Roasted Green

A delicious roasted green tea from an organic Japanese tea garden.
Produced by a cooperative of farmers in Fujieda, Japan, the brewing leaves are rich with the aroma of coffee. The cup is sweet with honey and caramel, smokey on the finish with notes of cocoa coated coffee beans.

Hojicha is unique for a Japanese green tea, as unlike most which are steamed, it is roasted in a porcelain pot over charcoal. This changes the leaf colour from green to reddish-brown, and roasting the tea leaves also reduces the amount of caffeine in it.

A unique high grade Hojicha

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50g bag. *Based on a 3g serving, infused twice

Hojicha Roasted Green

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In 1976, Toshiaki Kinezuka founded an organic tea group with several tea growers that became Hito to No, Shizen wo Tsunagu Kai ('Connecting People, Agriculture, and Nature').

Since then, the cooperative has grown to over 26 member organic farms from around the Fujieda area in Shizuoka.

The philosophy that drives the group can be summed up by this statement:

“A good farmer knows that to produce good crops, one must first develop good soil. Thus, the taste of good organic tea is made half of tea leaves and half of the hearts of their farmers.”

Origin Fujieda, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan
Tea Farm Connecting People, Agriculture, and Nature cooperative
Harvest Date Spring 2016
Tasting Notes Sweet with honey and caramel, smokey on the finish with notes of cocoa coated coffee beans
Quick Brewing Instructions 1-2 tsp, 90°C, 250 ml, 2 mins