5. Hojicha /Bancha

Hoji-Bancha (70gr)

 10,38 Incl. VAT

Don't be mistaken by the brown color, Hoji-Bancha is a green tea: it has been steamed tight after the harvest to stop the oxidation of the tea. After steaming, Hoji-Bancha is roasted, giving the tea leaves the brown color. The roasting is a natural way to remove the caffeine from the tea. That's why in Japan people enjoy Hojicha mainly in the evening. Azumaya Hojicha has a soft taste, making it perfectly suited to drink with (Japanese) food. Bancha tea is from the last harvest, making it very rich of minerals

5. Hojicha /Bancha

Hojicha (100gr)

 12,26 Incl. VAT

Don't be mistaken by the brown color, Hojicha is a green tea: it has been steamed tight after the harvest to stop the oxidation of the tea. After steaming, Hojicha is roasted, giving the tea leaves the brown color. The roasting is a natural way to remove the caffeine from the tea. That's why in Japan people enjoy Hojicha mainly in the evening. Azumaya Hojicha has a deep strong taste, making it perfectly suited as an alternative to coffee. Also great for making Ice-tea: just make the fresh tea, and pour it in a glass filled with ice cubes to cool it down.

5. Hojicha /Bancha

Kyo-Bancha (35gr)

 7,55 Incl. VAT

This very unique green tea is only produced in Kyoto-prefecture. It is made of almost complete tea leaves and small branches of the teat plant. It has a great deep-smoked taste and aroma.