Roasted buckwheat tea. It has a mild toasted flavor. It contains a large amount of the antioxidant lutin. Naturally no caffeine.
How to prepare in a small teapot : 8g (2 tsp) 100℃ 1min
100g £8.00 :
This barley tea has been gently roasted at a low temperature to enhance its mild flavor and aroma. It results in a tea with pale golden colour. Organic. Naturally no caffeine.
How to prepare in a small teapot : 10g (1 tbsp) 100℃ 5mins
To prepare in a pan: steep 25g of Mugi Cha in 1 litre of boiling water for 10 minutes then strain into another jug. Can be drunk chilled or hot.
100g £6.00 :
This Sannen Bancha is mainly the stem, (70%) and the leaves, (30%) of the tea plant which has been picked only after three years. It is then slowly roasted over a wood burning fire. After which it is rested for over 6 months. This tea has a deep smoky flavor. Organic. Very low caffeine.
How to prepare in a small teapot : 6g (1 tbsp) 100℃ 1min
50g £8.00 :
This Hojicha (roasted tea) is made by slowly roasting Kukicha (leaves and stems of the first and second harvest) at a very high temperature. It has a beautiful aroma and sweet toasted flavor. Organic. Low caffeine.
How to prepare in a small teapot : 5g (1 tbsp) 100℃ 1min
50g £8.00 :
Bancha ‘Aki’ and toasted puffed-brown rice ‘Genmai’. The fresh slightly bitter Bancha ‘Aki’(Autumn) has been picked after the leaves have absorbed plenty of sunlight during the summer. It is complimented by the toasted sweetness of the Genmai rice. Organic. Very low caffeine.
How to prepare in a small teapot : 5g (1 heaped tbsp) 100℃ 1min
*Please shake well before use.
50g £7.00 :