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  • Hojicha is a type of Japanese green tea that is also sometimes referred to as twig tea and is made by roasting bancha or sencha green tea stems and twigs. Unlike other green teas, hojicha has a brownish color and a distinctive smoky, nutty flavor. The roasting process also lowers the caffeine content of the tea, making it a good option for those who are sensitive to caffeine.

  • Hojicha is often enjoyed in Japan as a casual, everyday tea, and is sometimes served as an after-dinner drink. It is also popular as an ingredient in cooking and baking, adding a unique flavor to desserts and savory dishes.

  • A delicate tea of roasted leaves and stalks that gives off a taste and aroma unlike that of any other Japanese teas. Hojicha translates to "lightly roasted tea". The infusion is light brown, the aroma reminiscent of freshly baked bread, roasted grains or chestnuts. Hojicha is a unique and flavorful option for green tea drinkers who enjoy a more robust taste and aroma.

  • Hojicha is often served to children in Japan because it is low in caffeine.


  • Roasted, bread, chestnut, apricot, caramel


  • Certified Organic


  • Japan


  • Low


    • Add 1 Tbsp of tea to 12-oz of 85 degree Celsius water, and steep for 1 minute. Multiple infusions.
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