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Hōjicha (ほうじ茶, 焙じ茶, lit. 'roasted tea') is a Japanese green tea. It is distinctive from other Japanese green teas because it is roasted in a porcelain pot over charcoal. It is roasted at 150 °C (302 °F) to prevent oxidation and produce a light golden colour, as opposed to other Japanese teas which are steamed.
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Our Hojicha is produced from Tencha, which is first harvest tea, the first faze of making Matcha.

Producer:  Azuma - en, Kyoto, Uji.

Weight: 200 gr.

• Brewing guidelines: 2 piled tsp. to 100-300 ml water at 80℃/180ºF, steeped for 1 minute

Harvest: May, First Flush of previous year.

Our Hojicha is produced from Tencha, which is first harvest tea, the first faze of making Matcha.

Producer:  Azuma - en, Kyoto, Uji.

Weight: 200 gr.

• Brewing guidelines: 2 piled tsp. to 100-300 ml water at 80℃/180ºF, steeped for 1 minute

Harvest: May, First Flush of previous year.

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