Green tea from Japan that is rendered brown by roasting Bancha tea leaves over charcoals. The popularity of our "Hojicha Fugue" stems from its nutty and very accessible mesquite taste. The roasting process lowers its caffeine content. Made from toasted green tea leaves, it produces an amber or light brown liquid. Hojicha has the most body for a green tea, with a taste reminiscent of almost burnt toast.
- Type - Green tea
- Origin - Japan
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