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Iribancha One-Pot Teabags
  • Iribancha One-Pot Teabags - Bancha - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
  • Iribancha One-Pot Teabags - Bancha - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
  • Iribancha One-Pot Teabags - Bancha - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
  • Iribancha One-Pot Teabags - Bancha - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
  • Iribancha One-Pot Teabags - Bancha - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
  • Iribancha One-Pot Teabags - Bancha - Ippodo Tea USA & Canada
Uniquely Smoky

Iribancha One-Pot Teabags

One-pot teabags:

Iribancha is produced by roasting green tea leaves flat until they start to smoke. This tea has a distinct smoky aroma, with a soft taste.

Specifications

Best before
Best before180 days
The best before date is 180 days from when the tea is packaged in Japan.
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Serving size1 teabag per pot
size
Size 5.9" x 1.6" x 9.6"
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Net weight4.4 oz (0.24 oz per bag)
Quantity18 tea bags

Taste notes

Iribancha, also called Kyobancha, is known for its unique smoky aroma and its refreshing flavor. People in Kyoto have long enjoyed Iribancha with meals and throughout the day to stay hydrated. Since it has less caffeine than other green teas, less-sensitive people also drink it in the evening to relax.

Kyoto’s everyday smoky green tea

Iribancha is produced by using the large leaves, stems, and small twigs that remain on the tea tree after the first harvest. These leaves and stems are steamed, baked, and then roasted on a hot pan until they start to smoke. This process gives Iribancha its memorable smoky character.

These Iribancha One-pot Teabags are made from crushing large loose-leaf Iribancha into smaller leaves to fit into large pyramid sachets, making it easier and faster to brew. The package is re-sealable, making it ideal for storing the teabags, and is printed with preparation instructions and a description of the tea in both English and Japanese.

Note for first-timers: Iribancha has a distinct flavor that can be an acquired taste. We recommend newcomers trying it for the first time start with one package.

How to prepare

In a Kyusu
Just brew 1 teabag in 14 oz (400 ml) of freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. Remove teabag and enjoy.

To make a large batch
Just brew 2 teabags in 1 quart (1 liter) of freshly boiled water for 5 minutes. Remove teabags and enjoy.

Customer Reviews

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T.T.
Makes a good latte
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Love the smoky aroma