Genmaicha green tea is green tea with added roasted rice. It is rich in vitamin C, but it is low in caffeine. Thanks to that, you can drink it at any time.
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Genmaicha green tea is Japanese tea, but is now also produced in China. Mai - means rice, while the gene is "roasted, black, dark". Genmaicha's green tea is usually eaten for meals or after meals. This tea increases appetite.
Genmaicha is quite low in caffeine, because it contains a lot of rice (the same tea leaves are less). Not very stimulating and can be drunk at night.
The Genmaicha Japan Style brew is mild with a distinctive aftertaste of roasted rice. Thanks to the seeds of roasted rice, the brew is a unique taste and aroma. The brew is referred to as exceptionally fresh and aromatic.
Genmaicha tea should be boiled for no more than 3 minutes with water cooled to 80 degrees. Steamed under appropriate conditions has its unique, unique flavor and aroma.