Teabag Houjicha (28bags x 5g/0.18oz)

Houjicha, also called Bancha, is made by roasting fresh green tea leaves over high heat. It is a brown tea with a toasted nutty flavor.

Since Houjicha is pan-roasted, it is relatively low in caffeine. And it is said that Houjicha grown specifically in Ujitawara, where Hibiki-an is located, has a particularly delightful aroma, even when compared with other Houjicha grown in the Kyoto region of Japan. (For more information, click here.)

We use specially-designed nylon teabags that allow for quick brewing, so you can enjoy the rich flavour of Houjicha in no time! The individual teabags are much larger than standard paper teabags - over 2 x 2 inches in a unique pyramid shape.

Of course, this item as well as other tea leaves items may be reused three times. Each infusion will have a unique flavor and aroma.

There are 28 bags in each packet of Teabag Houjicha.
If you are looking for a quick and easy way to enjoy low-caffeine green tea, this is the perfect tea for you! And we are certain that it is also perfect for taking along on a trip, to the office, and so on or introducing genuine Japanese tea to beginners.

Price

US$18.00

Quantity

FREE INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING on all orders of US$36.00 or more.

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Features of our Teabag items

1.What material are the teabags made from?
- The fine, nylon net fabric is specially designed so that Teabag tea tastes the same as your favorite loose leaf tea.
- Our teabag is of generous size, so that the tea leaves can fully expand in water when brewed. This extra space is one of the reasons why our teabags make such a flavorful tea.
- The nylon fabric, material of our Teabag is a very stable at both hot and cold temperatures, and does not react with or affect the flavor of the tea at all.

2.What kind of tea leaves do you use in the Teabags?
- Only the highest quality tea leaves are used in our Teabag items.

3.What are the benefits of Teabag teas?
- You can brew a flavorful cup of tea without a Kyusu or teapot but directly in your teacup.
- When you brew in a teapot, it is quite easy to dispose of the used tea leaves.
- You can take teabags along on a trip or to the office, and conveniently enjoy the excellent flavor of genuine Japanese tea anywhere.

Customer Review

No. Author Country Rating Read Date Added
01. W.L. United States
142 05/22/2014
02. Gunnar Lundquist United States
1481 03/08/2009
03. David Stoller Switzerland
1627 09/09/2008
04. debie keiper United States
1644 06/12/2008

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