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Roasted brown rice green tea is a traditional tea goes with meals, mostly found in causal ocassions. It is rich in nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber. The roasted rice adds fiber to the tea, which can help promote digestive health and regulate blood sugar levels.

When to have Japanese Popcorn Tea?

: : After a long day

Roasted brown rice tea has a unique flavor and aroma that can promote relaxation and reduce stress. The nutty flavor of the roasted rice can be comforting and soothing, making it a good choice for people who want to unwind after a long day.


: : Feeling irritable to have unhealthy food or fatigue
You mostly may experience blood sugar spikes or crashes. Genmaicha works to regulate blood sugar levels and so to help control your cravings.


: : Replacing sugary drinks

Roasted brown rice tea is low in calories and can be a good alternative to sugary drinks. It can also help promote satiety, which can help with weight management.


: : Having cold hands and feet
Poor blood circulation can be eased with the selenium found in genmaicha.

: : Craving for a drink at dinner
Roasted brown rice tea typically contains less caffeine than other types of tea. This makes it a good choice for people who are sensitive to caffeine or who want to limit their caffeine intake. It is a traditional tea to go with lunch and dinner.






Excluding GST
  • Ingrediants: Roast Brown Rice, Japanese Green Tea (Sencha & Bencha)

    Flavor: toasty, nutty taste, warm feelings & pleasant rice aroma

    Origin: Japan

    Volumn: 20 grams

    Nutritious content : Vitamins B1 and B6, Fiber, Magnesium, Phosphorous, Selenium, Manganese

    Benefits: #Balancing Blood Sugar #Stimulating Blood Flow #Antioxidant #Anti-inflammatory #Dental Health Improvemnt #Decreasing bad cholesterol (LDL, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol) #Increasing good cholesterol (HDL, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol)

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