Ocha & Co. Organic Japanese Reicha Cold Brew Green Tea
ORGANIC REICHA COLD BREW GREEN TEAThis tea has been blended to drink cold. It is a mixture of high mountain Fukamushi, Asamushi, Kukicha and Matcha. Just add cold water and let the tea steep for 1-2 minutes. Clean tasting, light and refreshing - perfect for the summer months or anytime really.
- Loose Leaf Blend
- ECOCERT Organic Certification
- Vacuum-Sealed Pack
- Blended for us by the winner of the 46th Japanese Ministry of Agriculture Tea Competition (2016) the most prestigious tea competition in Japan
- Small batches made each month to ensure long shelf-life
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Wonderful tea brewed cold and warm. I am thankful to have found such high quality organic green tea varieties. After many years of brewing many types of green tea I can say I have not seen such an intense and beautiful green tea color. The flavor is mild, grassy and exactly what I have been searching for. The tea holds up well for brewing it a second time. All 4 teas that I ordered from Ocha & Co. are of exceptional quality and taste. The only way to one up this tea is to go to Japan to enjoy it.
this is the best tea for cold (iced)tea. grassy, little sweet, just very japanese style! top quality and it is even organic!
Im blown away by ease of use, taste and colour! Exactly what I needed this summer!
Love it. It's smoother than other teas I've had. Great fragrance. Only complaint is that it took about 10days to arrive.
F-A-N-T-A-S-T-I-C tea! Of course, you can also brew it like any other green tea at about 65 degrees Celsius and drink it while it's hot, without cooling it down. Its nearest "relative" would be the Genmaicha, yet without the popped rice, liberating amazingly fresh and complex flavors of celery, watercress, radish leafs and elder flowers. I'm drinking the second brew at the moment, still very, very good. One of the best teas I ever had, the blend of 3 premium teas + the Matcha powder creates a TOTAL WORK OF ART!