I make a wonderful hojicha latte with this. Wonderful flavor. My husband requests it after dinner. I feel okay with him having one late since it’s lower caffeine than most caffeinated teas. ~Jen, November 2018
Ingredient: Organic Hojicha (roasted green tea) powder from Japan
Hojicha is pronounced ‘ho-jee-cha’. ‘Ho-jee’ means “roasted” and ‘cha’ means “tea” in Japanese. Hojicha, roasted green tea, is one of the traditional green teas in Japan. This aromatic tea, which has shown to increase alpha waves in the brain, is popular to accompany meals and snacks in Japan and is also served at Japanese food restaurants.
HOJICHA is known as “low caffeine green tea” as the roasting process decreases the caffeine level in the tea leaf.
Our HOJICHA uses organic tea leaf. The organic tea leaf was roasted just for us, and then was ground finely in the same way as MATCHA.
Just add the powder to water, hot or cold, to make a delightful cup with a rich body. Or, whip it like MATCHA and make it frothy–enjoy the heavenly creaminess with green tea benefits. It’s also delicious to mix with milk. Our ground hojicha powder is perfect to make a delicious hojicha frappe, hojicha ice cream, hojicha ice cream, etc. Sit back and enjoy this hearty, delectable treat!
Preparation: Mix 1/4 to 1/2 tsp. powder with 6 to 8 oz water of 195° F, and stir well. Use milk and sweetener of your choice, if you wish.
Net Weight: 100g/3.5 oz. (up to 50 cups)
Storage: Avoid exposure to sunlight, moisture, heat, and air. When you close pouch, gently squeeze out excess air to minimize the air left in pouch.
Regular Price: $20.00
This is a fine-tasting tea and its powder form makes it very convenient to use. I love it! ~Amazon Customer, March 2019
Product is really professional! ~Hsunju, August 2018
It is very good for making sweets and drinking also. ~Amazon Customer, June 2018
Very nice tea! I just really like this tea. It is comforting to know that the tea is all that I am getting with this product. No sweeteners! It is difficult to find beverage products that have no sweeteners. ~Robert, December 2017