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Colorful rose pink bag with drawings triangles and patterns for Japanese Genmaicha green tea with rice One-Pot Teabags Picking up one pyramid shaped one-pot teabag out of pink bright colorful bag of Japanese Genmaicha teabags by Ippodo Tea Co. Pouring green tea from glass teapot holding a large one-pot teabag into Ippodo-branded glass beside pink package of Genmaicha Curvy decorative glass vessel with spout containing two one-pot tea bags in tea beside pink pack of Genmaicha tea with rice White pyramid-shaped One-Pot Teabag filled with Genmaicha Japanese tea with roasted rice held above glass teapot of water
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Genmaicha Teabags (Teapot Size) - 9 Bags

Add to bag - $18

Our large-size Genmaicha teabags made from blending green tea leaves with roasted rice. Good for sipping at any time, and especially with meals.

Shelf lifeConsume quickly
The best before date is 180 days from when it is freshly packaged in Japan. For the best experience, consume within around one month of opening.
Serving size1 teabag per pot (10 fl oz.)
Size 9.6" × 6" × 1.6"
Net weight6.3 oz (0.35 oz per bag)
Quantity9 bags

We filled these large teabags with our original blend of genmaicha—green tea mixed with roasted rice. The tea inside is the exact same tea as our loose leaf Genmaicha. Enjoy its perfect balance of pleasant roasted rice aroma and classic green tea astringency.

Use these teabags to quickly and easily prepare hot tea at teatime, dinner or lunch, for hosting guests, and other occasions. The package is re-sealable for freshness, and it comes printed with instructions and a description of the tea in English and Japanese.

One of the more popular banchas, genmaicha is a mixture of yanagi (large plain green tea leaves) and roasted rice. The rice is roasted at two different levels: lightly roasted and deeply roasted until the rice grains puff. The result is a unique savory flavor and a strong popcorn-like aroma. The quantity of rice is purposely kept to a minimum while there is an ample amount of leaves with a light bitterness. This provides a perfect balance between the roasted aroma and the refreshing aftertaste of the yanagi.

Genmaicha goes well with meals and is tasty as an everyday tea.

Ways to Prepare

  • Put 1 teabag into a pot or other large container and add 10 oz (300 ml) of boiled water
  • Wait about 2 minutes before drinking
Genmaicha teabag in a glass teapot steeping in hot water.
  • Put 2 teabags into a pitcher or other large container and add 1 liter of chilled water
  • Wait about 1 hour before serving
Genmaicha teabag in a glass carafe steeping in cold water.
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