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  Genmaicha Loose Leaf Teas - Teanobi.com
Genmaicha - It is a blend of Sencha/Bancha, roasted brown rice and Hojicha.
Many Japanese have been consuming Genmaicha tea as a natural appetite suppressant.
Genmaichas caffeine level is normal, but has a high level of Vitamin B1, which helps burn more calories in our body.
www.teanobi.com /products/loose/looseGenmaicha.html   (54 words)

  
  Asia Food Features
Genmaicha is a distict green tea composed of sencha tea leaves and whole grains of roasted brown rice.
According to ancient Japenese legend, during the fifteenth century, a servent named Genmaicha was serving his master, a samuri warrior, some tea when a few grains of rice accidently fell out of his pocket and into the pot.
Another story claims that Genmaicha was a way for frugal Japanese housewives to stretch their tea with the addition of rice to get the most out of their precious tea leaves.
www.asiafood.org /genmaicha.cfm   (464 words)

  
 Genmaicha Green Tea from In Pursuit of Tea
Genmaicha is soothing and mellow; the popped rice adds a wonderful balance of roasty aroma to the refreshing green tea.
Genmaicha is a distinct green tea composed of sencha tea leaves and whole grains of roasted brown rice.
During the firing of the rice, it is not uncommon for the rice grains to pop not unlike popcorn, which is why it is often referred to as "popcorn tea." This tea produces a light brownish yellow liquor.
www.inpursuitoftea.com /ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=GJ800&Redirected=Y   (619 words)

  
 Genmaicha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Genmaicha is green tea combined with roasted brown rice some of which have popped.
Genmaicha is the Japanese name for green tea combined with roasted brown rice.
While sometimes referred to colloquially as "popcorn tea," because of a certain amount of popped rice.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Genmaicha   (75 words)

  
 Genmaicha Green Tea
Store Description: Organic Genmaicha green tea leaves of spring are mixed with the fire-toasted organic brown rice of the previous harvest.
Genmaicha is toasted (and popped!) rice in green tea.
Genmaicha is the most popular tea in Japan.
www.squidoo.com /genmaicha   (1037 words)

  
 Mezzodi Tea
Genmaicha has taken on the name 'Popcorn Tea'.
During the firing of the rice, it is not uncommon for rice to pop like popcorn.
Genmaicha has a medium level of caffeine, about 20 mg per cup.
www.mezzodi.com /product_info.php?name=genmaicha&products_id=93   (134 words)

  
 Genmaicha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Genmaicha (玄米茶) is the Japanese name for green tea combined with roasted brown rice.
The tea is said to help digestion, and is often served after a meal in Japan.
Like green tea, genmaicha should be prepared using hot, but not boiling, water.
en.mcfly.org /Genmaicha   (52 words)

  
 Genmaicha - Popcorn Tea - Japan Green Tea with Toasted and Popped Rice
When you open a bag of Genmaicha there is really a sparse amount of green tea and a lot of toasted rice and popped rice, which looks exactly like popcorn, but smaller.
I have been avoiding it, only because I know it is made from a really low grade of green tea leaves, called Bancha, and mainly consists of toasted and popped rice.
My guess is that this is just an inexpensive tea due to the low quality of the green tea leaves, and toasted rice and popped rice is tossed in to mask the bitterness of the low quality green tea leaves.
www.davidhayden.com /blog/dave/archive/2005/04/26/991.aspx   (631 words)

  
 Sara's Tea Caddie - Tea Varieties and Facts
Our Genmaicha is a delightful mix of toasted brown rice and premium green tea (which is good enough to make high quality Sencha) in the ratios of 45:55.
One of the variations of Genmaicha (a mixture of roasted brown rice and Sencha).
As the name suggests, this Genmaicha is sprinkled with Maccha (powdered tea).
www.teacaddie.com /varieties.html   (838 words)

  
 Green Tea, White Tea: Green Tea Bags
This is a two box set of Genmaicha: A blend of bancha green tea and Genmai (roasted rice grain).
The flavor of Genmaicha is a melange of green tea and roasted rice.
The proportioning of tea to rice is important, the more aromatic Genmaicha teas have a higher amount of rice.
www.greentealovers.com /greenteaproductsteabags.cfm   (564 words)

  
 Flying Teapot - "Genmaicha" Product Details   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
In honor of poor Genamai he pronounced that this rice and tea be served every morning and be called "Genmaicha" - "cha" meaning " tea" in Japanese.
During firing, the rice will "pop" like popcorn and hence it is also known as "popcorn tea".
This Genmaicha has a light brownish yellow liquor with toasty flavor tending sweet.
www.flyingteapot.biz /detail.asp?product_id=TGE   (104 words)

  
 Genmaicha - Brown Rice Green Tea
Genmaicha tea is comprised of sencha green tea blended with roasted brown rice.
The dry tea leaves are dark green and slender accompanied with brown rice kernels and puff rice.
Genmaicha may be enjoyed hot or chilled, with or without green tea powder added.
www.tentea.com /gengreentea.html   (220 words)

  
 Yamamotoyama - Tokusen Genmaicha (Brown Rice Tea) 7.0 Oz. From Yamamotoyama at Total-Occasions.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Genmaicha is green tea with well-roasted and popped brown rice (genmai)
Genmaicha should be made with boiling water and should only steep for 15-30 seconds
From Yamamotoyama' and all other items from Amazon.com, are offered on the understanding that prices and availability may change at any time and are subject to Amazon.com's Conditions of use and sale.
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 GENMAICHA Japanese Green Tea
Genmaicha is a combination of Bancha or Sencha teas with roasted hulled rice.
This has resulted in the Western corruption of Genmaicha to the pop culture POPCORN TEA.
This is an everyday variety of tea in Japan and like all Japanese teas has a high mineral content.
www.harvestfields.netfirms.com /Tea/Gtea/genmaicha.htm   (280 words)

  
 Genmaicha Green Tea | TRIBUTE TEA
A generous dusting of Matcha (powdered Japanese green tea) adds a boost of green tea flavor and gives the brew a beautiful bright green color.
Genmaicha is suited to teapot, mug, and gaiwan preparation.
(Genmaicha may be reinfused once or twice.) For more information about green tea, please visit our on-line Tea School.
www.tributetea.com /green_tea_genmaicha.asp   (100 words)

  
 Japanese Green Tea - Genmai cha Popcorn Tea
Genmaicha is a blend of bancha green tea leaves and roasted brown rice.
Made from tea leaves harvested in the fall, Genmaicha has a unique appearance and a pleasant roasted flavor that everyone likes.
In honor of poor Genamai he pronounced that this rice and tea be served every morning and be called ‘Genmaicha’ (cha being the name of ‘tea’ in Japanese)
www.ultimatewatermassage.com /green-tea-genmaicha.htm   (753 words)

  
 Genmaicha Tea - Brown Rice Tea
A traditional favorite in Japan, Genmaicha is a blend of steamed green tea and roasted rice.
Also known as "brown rice tea", Genmaicha is refreshing and comforting with a toasty aroma and a nutty taste.
Lower in caffeine than other green teas, Genmaicha is especially good with light foods and after meals.
www.thefragrantleaf.com /orgen.html   (85 words)

  
 genmaicha | genmaicha tea | green tea   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
This is a nutty, simple drink that tastes quite wonderful with typical Japanese foods.
Genmaicha tea is an inexpensive, everyday drink that is fun, flavorful, and satisfying.
It keeps you totally updated ("BRAND NEW" and "UPDATED") and saves you time by delivering more articles on genmaicha as soon as they are added to the site.
www.green-tea-expert.com /genmaicha.html   (207 words)

  
 Mellow Monk Green Tea
"Genmaicha" is green tea mixed with roasted rice.
Mellow Monk Genmaicha is Nagata Family green tea mixed with roasted brown rice, which gives the tea a nutty, toasty flavor that makes genmaicha one of the most popular types of green tea in America.
The term "honcha" is used to distinguish traditionally prepared green tea from teas such as hojicha (roasted tea), genmaicha (tea with roasted rice), and shiraore.
www.mellowmonk.com /buyGreenTea.htm   (1334 words)

  
 Japan Green Teas - Japanese Green Tea - Gunpowder - Genmaicha - Gyokuro - Matcha - Sencha
Japan Green Teas - Japanese Green Tea - Gunpowder - Genmaicha - Gyokuro - Matcha - Sencha
Gyokuro is the very best of Japan teas.
Consult your physician regarding the applicability of any information provided in the Relax, Sip & Enjoy website to your symptoms or medical condition.
www.relaxsipenjoy.com /japan_green_teas.aspx   (589 words)

  
 Tea Council of Canada - Tea Types   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
The roasted flavour of whole grain rice which is mixed in with this blend is a perfect match for the tea and produces a beverage which is rich in flavour
Genmaicha is sometimes called "popcorn tea" because of its unusual taste.
It is green tea blended with toasted rice.
www.tea.ca /Genmaicha.asp   (62 words)

  
 Genmaicha (Japan) 4 Oz.
Light, golden-yellow liquor with a unique toasty rice flavor tending sweet.
Genmaicha is a specialty Japanese green tea in which sencha is blended with fire-toasted rice.
The fresh vegetative character of the green tea is evident in the cup, tempered by the bakey-like character of the rice.
www.royaldynastytea.com /product_info.php?cPath=6&products_id=144   (80 words)

  
 Japan Genmaicha - a sweet cup of green tea low in caffeine
Please note that you may have to pay import tax at the time of delivery.
Here Bancha is blended with roasted wholegrain rice to produce a heavenly sweet cup with light, roasted aroma.
Therefore we explicitly dissociate ourselves from the contents of all linked sites that may have been changed after the link setting.
www.venalicia.co.uk /en/catalogue/t000183.php   (218 words)

  
 genmaicha at Consumating.com @ Consumating: A New Way To Find People Who Don't Suck
genmaicha has created 1 topic to amuse you.
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 Genmaicha   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Genmaicha (玄米茶) jest rosnącym w Japonii rodzajem zielonej
Z racji swojego domniemanego korzystnego wpływu na trawienie podawana jest ona tam zawsze po posiłkach.
Herbata genmaicha charakteryzuje się nietypowym smakiem, wynikającym z pomieszania herbaty właściwej z ziarenkami brązowego, prażonego ryżu.
pl.efactory.pl /Genmaicha   (69 words)

  
 Japan Genmaicha Green Tea
Genmaicha tea is an incredible example of the art of tea.
Enjoy Genmaicha in the afternoon or evening and savor its delicate flavor.
This gourmet green tea is in loose leaf form and will ship with a free tea ball infuser.
www.coffeeam.com /japgen12lbba.html   (101 words)

  
 Rishi-Tea :: Tea :: Green Tea :: Genmaicha
Japanese steamed green tea blended with puffed rice is a traditional favorite in Japan and Korea.
Today Genmaicha is a very popular style of green tea in America and Europe.
It has a golden infusion with a toasty aroma and nutty flavor.
www.rishi-tea.com /store/product.php?productid=5021   (71 words)

  
 Japan Green - Genmaicha
Japan Green - Genmaicha - The Moody Brew is bringing the mystery out of the Orient to you!
Genmaicha, a refreshing leaf with full-bodied undertones, wonderfully accents light dishes with its unique, roasted aroma and flavor.
This traditional tea is blended with the richness of the large leaf Japanese Sencha Green Tea and toasted, partially puffed, brown Rice.
www.upscalevitamins.com /shop/description.aspx?prodID=184   (86 words)

  
 Genmaicha Japanese Tea - Pot Luck Tea Company   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Japanese long leaves and toasted rice kernels give this tea a nutty taste.
Genmaichas come and go and many are ordinary and some taste "burnt."
The trick to a good Genmaicha is to toast the rice kernels just right; where they start to pop like popcorn.
www.potlucktea.com /Genmaicha-Tea.htm   (54 words)

  
 Genmaicha Extra Green with Matcha from Culinary Teas
Genmaicha Extra Green with Matcha from Culinary Teas
An exceptional blend of the Genmaicha toasted flavor and aroma, with a Matcha natural sweetness.
An exotic and harmonious flavor for green tea.
www.culinaryteas.com /Green_Teas/Genmaicha_Extra_Green_with_Matcha.html   (39 words)

  
 Genmaicha
Green tea - an asset to your health
Genmaicha is a blend of green tea and roasted brown rice.
Light brown colored liquid with a distinctive taste similar to popcorn.
www.teainc.com /greentea/Genmaicha/genmaicha.html   (160 words)

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