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Organic Kukicha Twig Tea


$7.00$43.00

Our Organic Kukicha is made from the stems, stalks and twigs of the tea trea plant, giving it a mildly nutty, and slightly creamy sweet flavor. This is a popular macrobiotic tea. Naturally low in caffeine. Organic Green Twig Tea from Japan.

Ingredients: Organic Green Twig Tea
Amount Tea: 1 tsp. per 1 cup Water
Steeping Time: 1-3 Minutes
Steeping Temperature: 185°F
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Description

Our Organic Kukicha is made from the stems, stalks and twigs of the tea trea plant, giving it a mildly nutty, and slightly creamy sweet flavor. Kukicha is considered a macrobiotic tea because of its alkalizing properties and low caffeine level.

Kukicha Green Tea contains minerals such as Zinc, Selenium, Copper, Manganese, and Fluoride. This tea also contains Vitamins C, B1, B2, Niacin, Vitamin A, Theanine, Catechins (polyphenols), Flavonoids, and Amino Acids. Kukicha has six times more calcium than cows milk, and 2 1/2 times more Vitamin C than oranges

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Reviews

  1. Jan

    Terrible tea for green tea enthusiasts. I was expecting an unroasted Kukicha, but this one is more of a Hojicha. Perhaps better suited for black tea connoisseurs.

  2. Jill

    This is not at all like a green tea, however, I really like it. It took a couple sips to get used to it. At first, to me it mainly tasted like I steeped some sticks in water… I just got a woody taste. But after a moment, I started to actually notice more of the actual flavor of the tea behind it — it’s almost maple-like. I really enjoy it now! So give it a few sips if at first you aren’t sure about it.

    I don’t entirely agree with the previous review about it being better suited for black tea connoisseurs… I would more argue that it is its own thing — not more like a black or green tea.

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