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  • The tea is genmaicha, which is a Japanese green tea with sesame-tasting ricepuffs in it.

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  • I sit here, in the middle of the US, drinking my genmaicha and pondering whether to make a pot of pu erh.

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  • Etc: Made from a blend of Japanese green tea and roasted, puffed brown rice, genmaicha is sometimes called "popcorn tea" thanks to its unusual appearance.

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  • Numi Tea is seems hit and miss thus far — their vanilla decaf was absolutely nondescript yesterday, but their genmaicha, Toasted Rice Green, was decent, well-rounded and sweet, as all genmaicha are.

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  • The flavors listed on the panel of the Exotic Sampler inspire a fougère fragrance in the imagination; coconut black, preserved lemon, genmaicha, fennel pollen and lavender grey.

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  • The tea with brown rice, genmaicha, is a great introduction to Japanese tea: inexpensive, easy drinking, brewable at a full boil, and a little quirky.

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  • It's a much nicer flavor than the previous genmaicha I'd tried.

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  • And now I'm having a second pot of the genmaicha from this morning, which definitely stands up well to a second infusing.

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  • This morning I opened the package of genmaicha that I bought at Ten Ren in NYC and made a pot of it to vary from the hojicha I've been drinking lately.

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  • His $2 genmaicha iced tea is inspired by Japanese and macrobiotic cooking.

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