so i tried cold brewing this with 4 teabags in a medium sized container early afternoon and overnight in the fridge. it was ok. still it was tasty. however, i wont be doing this again.
Dark amber in color, hojicha releases an amazingly rich aroma that completely permeates the room. The savory flavor is very distinct; it is rich but light-bodied, without much astringency.
Low in caffeine, hojicha can be enjoyed in the evening as well as in the morning or afternoon. It tastes great on its own, with sweets, or accompanying a meal. Flavorful and refreshing, hojicha is an absolute favorite among Ippodo patrons.
Each of these convenient, easy-to-use teabags makes one cup of authentic hojicha tea.
Packed with flavorfully roasted mecha (shoots and buds), these tetrahedral teabags release the aroma and flavor of the tea.
To enjoy hojicha’s savory aroma, just pour on boiling water and wait for about one minute. Move the teabag around in the hot water until it has reached the desired strength, and you’re done. Take the time to fully appreciate the savory aroma and rich flavor that only hojicha mecha can provide.
The small box, which includes instructions on the back in both English and Japanese, also makes for a handy travel companion.
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