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Genmaicha Blueberry Sage

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$7.50–$98.00

The melodious name hints at many delicious ingredients. At their heart, the aromatic roasted note of Genmaicha and the fruity notes of blueberry. Ingredients: green tea Genmaicha (green tea, roasted rice, popped rice) (60 %), rosehip seeds, China green tea (10 %), sage leaves, natural flavour, spirulina (2 %), blue cornflower petals, blueberries.

Weight: 100G

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SKU: 3946-100

INGREDIENTS

The melodious name hints at many delicious ingredients. At their heart, the aromatic roasted note of Genmaicha and the fruity notes of blueberry. Ingredients: green tea Genmaicha (green tea, roasted rice, popped rice) (60 %), rosehip seeds, China green tea (10 %), sage leaves, natural flavour, spirulina (2 %), blue cornflower petals, blueberries.

Benefits

Benefits

Steeping Guide

DT teaspoon (2.5 grams) or tea bag per 8oz. cup

Fresh Water Boiling Hot

Steeping Time 3 - 5 Minutes

Reviews

INGREDIENTS

The melodious name hints at many delicious ingredients. At their heart, the aromatic roasted note of Genmaicha and the fruity notes of blueberry. Ingredients: green tea Genmaicha (green tea, roasted rice, popped rice) (60 %), rosehip seeds, China green tea (10 %), sage leaves, natural flavour, spirulina (2 %), blue cornflower petals, blueberries.

Benefits

Green tea consumption is reportedly associated with various health-promoting properties. For example, it has been shown to promote fat oxidation in humans at rest and to prevent obesity and improve insulin sensitivity in mice.

In a study performed at Birmingham (UK) University, it was shown that average fat oxidation rates were 17% higher after ingestion of Green Tea Extract than after ingestion of a placebo. Similarly the contribution of fat oxidation to total energy expenditure was also significantly higher by a similar percentage following ingestion of Green Tea Extract. This implies that ingestion of Green Tea Extract can not only increase fat oxidation during moderately intensive exercise but also improve insulin sensitivity and glucose tolerance in healthy young men.

Brew Ha-Ha

Generally, 2.5 grams of tea per 170 ml of water, or about one teaspoon of green tea per cup, should be used. With very high quality teas like gyokuro, more than this amount of leaf is used, and the leaf is steeped multiple times for short durations.

Green tea brewing time and temperature varies with individual teas. The hottest brewing temperatures are 80°C to 90°C water and the longest steeping times 2 to 3 minutes. The coolest brewing temperatures are 60°C to 70°C and the shortest times about 30 seconds. In general, lower quality green teas are steeped hotter and longer, while higher quality teas are steeped cooler and shorter. Steeping green tea too hot or too long will result in a bitter, astringent brew from low quality leaves. High quality green teas can be and usually are steeped multiple times; 2 or 3 steepings is typical. The brewing technique also plays a very important role in preventing the tea developing an overcooked taste. Preferably, the vessel in which the tea is steeped should also be warmed beforehand so that the tea does not immediately cool down.

Steeping Guide

DT teaspoon (2.5 grams) or tea bag per 8oz. cup

Fresh Water Boiling Hot

Steeping Time 1-2 Minutes

Reviews

INGREDIENTS

The melodious name hints at many delicious ingredients. At their heart, the aromatic roasted note of Genmaicha and the fruity notes of blueberry. Ingredients: green tea Genmaicha (green tea, roasted rice, popped rice) (60 %), rosehip seeds, China green tea (10 %), sage leaves, natural flavour, spirulina (2 %), blue cornflower petals, blueberries.

Brew Ha-Ha

Green tea is a type of tea made solely with the leaves of Camellia sinensis that has undergone minimal oxidation during processing. Green tea originates from China and has become associated with many cultures in Asia from Japan to the Middle East. Recently, it has become more widespread in the West, where black tea is traditionally consumed. Many varieties of green tea have been created in countries where it is grown. These varieties can differ substantially due to variable growing conditions, processing and harvesting time. Over the last few decades, green tea has been subjected to many scientific and medical studies to determine the extent of its long-purported health benefits, with some evidence suggesting regular green tea drinkers may have a lower risk of heart disease and developing certain types of cancer. Green tea has also been claimed useful for weight loss management.

 

 

Chinese and Japanese Green teas differ in processing, therefore are different in taste. The Chinese stir fry, roast, semi-roast and semi-fry, solar dry and steam, while the Japanese teas are only steamed and dried.

Nutritional

Green tea consumption is reportedly associated with various health-promoting properties. For example, it has been shown to promote fat oxidation in humans at rest and to prevent obesity and improve insulin sensitivity in mice.

In a study performed at Birmingham (UK) University, it was shown that average fat oxidation rates were 17% higher after ingestion of Green Tea Extract than after ingestion of a placebo. Similarly the contribution of fat oxidation to total energy expenditure was also significantly higher by a similar percentage following ingestion of Green Tea Extract. This implies that ingestion of Green Tea Extract can not only increase fat oxidation during moderately intensive exercise but also improve insulin sensitivity and glucose tolerance in healthy young men.

Steeping Guide

DT teaspoon (2.5 grams) or tea bag per 8oz. cup

Fresh Water Boiling Hot

Steeping Time 1-2 minutes

Reviews

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