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ROASTED LEAVES 焙じ茶 is a type of Japanese green tea that is made by roasting the leaves of the tea plant over high heat. The roasting process gives the tea a unique flavor profile that is distinct from other types of Japanese green tea.

The mellow and slightly nutty flavor of hojicha is a popular accompaniment to Japanese cuisine and dessert, particularly sushi, seafood dishes and daifuku.



: : Low caffeine content 
Hojicha has lower levels of caffeine compared to other green teas, making it a good option for those who are sensitive to caffeine or who want to limit their caffeine intake.
: : Relaxation and stress relief
Hojicha is believed to have a calming effect on the mind and body, making it a popular choice for relaxation and stress relief.



Add 1 teaspoon of Hojicha per cup in a teapot or strainer. Steep the leaf in water at around 90°C (194°F) for 30 seconds to 1 minute.



Step 1 : 2 teaspoons of Hojicha per cup.
Step 2: Pour 1/2 cup of water at around 90°C (194°F) and steep the leaf for 2 minutes.
Step 3: Heat 1/2 cup of milk in a saucepan over medium heat until it is hot but not boiling.
Step 4: Use a whisk or a milk frother to froth the milk until it becomes frothy and has a creamy texture.
Step 5: Add the frothed milk to the brewed Hojicha and mix well.
You can also add sweetener of your choice, such as honey or brown sugar, if desired.


Excluding GST
  • Ingrediants: Roast Green Tea
    Origin: Uji, Japan
    Benefits: less caffeine than sencha green tea, relaxation
    Flavor: toasty, pleasant aroma. I would say it is a Asian version of hot coco drink in the sugar free version :)

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