Osada OG Hojicha Powder is made with og green tea powder and is an award-winning blend of tea master cultivars.
It is harvested in Japan during Spring, Fall, and Winter and is roasted at a level 10 to maximize its umami and aroma.
With its low caffeine levels and perfect balance of umami and aroma, OG Hojicha Powder is ideal for lattes, baked goods, and other products.
HOJICHA Latte for 1 tea bowl (1) Sift HOJICHA Powder: 1 tsp (4g) (0.14oz) (2) Add 30ml (1oz) hot water 95℃ (203℉) (3) Whisk until foamy with a bamboo chasen (4) Add your favorite hot milk 180ml (6oz) (5) Add a sweet flavor to your preferred
Hojicha is a green tea processed through strong roasting, resulting in a strong aroma that stops just short of burning.
Its flavor and character greatly differ from that of Sencha, and it has much less astringency and caffeine than either Sencha or Matcha.
It is essential to complete the roasting process without burning as burning will create a bitter and disagreeable taste.
The perfect balance of umami and aroma is achieved just before the burning point.
The stems, rather than the leafy portion, are the main ingredient in this tea and can sustain high temperatures needed to maximize umami and aroma.
The story behind of production
The popularity of hojicha lattes is growing in Japan and many other countries. Matcha tea is also being added to many product lineups. OG hojicha powder is an ideal ingredient for lattes and a variety of baked goods.
Final Roasting Master SAKUYA's Comments
Finished with a strong roasted aroma to suit processing use.
Ingredients: OG Green Tea Powder Award winning: YES Cultivar: TEA MASTER BLEND Harvest: Spring, Fall, Winter Farm: Japan Region: Japan Expect Annual Production: 1,000kg / 2,205 lbs Manufacturer: OSADA Seicha Co., Ltd. GTIN (JAN): 4986426081327 Steaming: MIX Roasting Level: 10 Grade: Cooking Caffeine Level: Low Origin: Made in Japan with Japanese Material Special Note: Hiro's Favorite Product Dimensions: 6.69 x 4.72 x 0.39 inches; 0.7 Ounces Keeping Method: Best within 30 days after opening