Organic Sencha green tea and genmaicha rice, 100g - AMERIKA

Reference 7-EPI-2511-THEC1

Organic Sencha green tea and genmaicha rice, 100g - AMERIKA

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Technical data

Capacity 100g
Product origin made in Japan

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Genmaicha Green Tea, a traditional blend of Sencha green tea and toasted rice (gluten-free cereal), offers you an assertive and malty taste that balances the natural bitterness of green tea. For a gentle tea break! Green tea has invigorating and comforting properties to combat physical and mental fatigue. Cultivated in Uji, Japan, the historic land of Japanese green tea, this genmaicha green tea has been cultivated from father to son for generations: a work of craftsmanship carried out by hand to see the tea plants grow.

Green tea from Uji, rice from Akita

Genmaicha has a very pleasant malty taste, the result of the union of the properties of Sencha green tea and the comforting and nourishing effect of a gluten-free cereal.

It comes from the prestigious Uji terroir which produces the most renowned teas in Japan. It has been the subject of meticulous care from the orchard to your cup.

The packaging is done on site in Japan to guarantee its authenticity and freshness. This high-performance bag ensures its conservation in ideal conditions and guarantees perfectly neutral food contact.


Sencha green tea leaves* 50%, toasted brown rice* 50% *Product from organic farming. Cannot replace a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. It is recommended to respect the recommended doses. Recommended dose for maximum benefits: 5g of green tea and Genmaicha rice infusion per day (1 level teaspoon is equivalent to 2.9g )


Harvesting young tea leaves, drying the leaves, roasting the brown rice.

Tasting tips

Japanese green teas are enjoyed over very short infusions: no more than 1 min. The infusions are tasted successively by infusing the same tea leaves (up to 2 to 3 times).

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