Hojicha organic tea is a Japanese green tea that has been roasted and then toasted at very high temperatures. The roasting gives Hojicha tea a slightly toasted and woody note. It is a perfect accompaniment to smoked fish, soft cheeses, comté or your desserts. This Japanese tea is very low in theine, which will allow you to drink it in the evening. In Japan, this tea is very famous to accompany sushis.
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Day & Evening
12-15g / L
Japan in your teapot with organic Hojicha tea
Hojicha tea belongs to the green tea family and originates from Japan. Its preparation begins with the late harvest of tea leaves, around the month of October. The mature leaves obtained form the bancha. The bancha is then roasted, like coffee beans, to produce this organic Hojicha.
Organic Hojicha leaf infusions develop a roasted and toasted taste, reminiscent of coffee. There are also notes of caramel and vanilla. The infusion has a tan color, which can tend to black.
In Japan, the tasting of this product is widespread. With its notes of coffee beans, it is consumed to accompany fish dishes, especially sushi.
Benefits and virtues of Hojicha tea
Organic Hojicha tea is unique and different from other Japanese green teas. When roasted, bancha loses large amounts of catechins, which reduces the astringency of Hojicha. It is also low in theine, so it can be enjoyed in the evening. This black beverage is ideal for weak stomachs, those who can't stand coffee or strong tannin teas. Indeed, the particular preparation of Hojicha tea makes it a mild product, which can be consumed by everyone, even by children. Japanese organic Hojicha tea loses its virtues when roasted. However, it allows a good digestion when drunk after a meal.
Our tasting tips
How to prepare Hojicha tea?
For your infusions, immerse the appropriate quantity of this organic product in hot water for 2 to 3 minutes. Then, let's start tasting it. As for the accessories, you can use a teapot, a tea ball or a filter bag.
How much Hojicha tea should I use?
For a one liter teapot, you need 12 to 15 grams of loose product. This way, your organic infusion will release its roasted coffee bean notes.
What is the ideal brewing temperature for Hojicha tea?
For the preparation of your organic loose leaf tea, choose a water temperature between 70 and 80°C.
When to drink Hojicha tea?
This tea of Japanese origin, low in theine, replaces your coffee or your teas in the evening.
Tired of the classic earl grey during your tea times? The atypical notes of this organic tea will renew your breaks.
The advantages of Hojicha tea in bulk
Our organic loose tea products are packaged in France to preserve their freshness and quality. They are available in two types of packaging: the zipped bag and the metal box. Hojicha tea can be kept for a long time, so you will find the excellent roasted taste with coffee notes at each tasting.
Why buy your Hojicha tea on Thés & Traditions?
Discover our wide range of 100% organic products: China teas, Indian teas, earl grey, oolong, matcha, mate, rooibos, herbal teas and many other tasty blends. Order your tea bags on our online store and enjoy free delivery for purchases of 45 euros or more. You can also buy accessories for the preparation of your infusions. The payment is secured and the choice of the delivery is yours, it is done at home or in relay point.