Genmaicha with Matcha

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Green Matcha Blend
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180 °F / 82 °C 2 min, 45 sec

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DōMatcha™ makes the world’s best tasting Genmai Cha. Unlike all other genmai cha which is made from bancha leaves and roasted rice, we use tencha leaves and matcha with roasted rice, creating an extremely smooth tasting green tea with a delightful nutty flavor. Tetra shaped tea bags made from organic cornstarch are used for a premium quality brew. Each teabag makes 2-3 cups of hot or iced tea. (20 teabags)

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At DōMatcha, we're passionate about bringing health and energy to your day through traditional Japanese matcha. We partner with the talented 16th generation tea master Kazunori Handa to offer premium, authentic matchas from Uji, Japan.

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Needed something to cure my energy slumps, satisfy my carb cravings, fill my travel mug w/ only 1 teabag, and brew quickly. This was the perfect answer.

165 °F / 73 °C 4 min, 0 sec

sadly, instead of curing those problems it actually seems to have given me heartburn. sigh this is not my day.

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Delightful! This may very well be the best Genmaicha tea I’ve ever tasted – certainly the best Genmaicha with Matcha! The Genmaicha base is smooth with a sweet, nutty contribution from the toasted rice. Pleasantly sweet – it seems to happily glide across the palate! The flavor is much less vegetative than bancha based genmaicha teas. The matcha adds a pleasantly sweet note. There is very little bitterness to this cup.

I adore this tea!

185 °F / 85 °C 1 min, 15 sec

Wow, the best Genmaicha—and it’s bagged? Must be really good then! I’m super curious about this company now.


Seriously… if you like Matcha – they have the best Matcha that I’ve ever tasted. And I love this Genmaicha. Absolutely love it.

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So if you let the water boil and don’t want to wait for it to cool, is it ok to just add some cool water to the mug and top it off with boiling water? That’s what I did with this and it tastes fine.

It’s been kind of a weird day. I feel kind of like I’m in a dream. Is this real life? Anyway, it’s a soothing comforting tea. It’s not complicated. It’s just good. That’s all I need today. Tasty.

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