Green tea from Japan that is rendered brown by roasting Bancha (a summer crop tea, harvested after Sencha) tea leaves. An Adagio customer favorite, with a toasty nutty flavor and slightly mesquite note. Earthy and warm quality, soothing, clean finish.
Green Tea | Moderate caffeine | Steep at 180° for 2-3 minutes.
Our teabags contain the same high-quality tea as our loose-tea offerings. Their pyramid shape gives the leaves plenty of room to unfurl and infuse, placing more flavor in each cup. Enjoy the superior flavor of gourmet tea with the convenience of a disposable bag.
15 full leaf pyramids
There are many ways to categorize tea. The most common is by color, such as white, green, or black. Tea grading categorizes tea by quality (determined by leaf wholeness and content). In Japan, teas can also be categorized by the way they are processed, such as steamed Sencha or ground Matcha. Hojicha, which is made from Bancha tea (second flush Sencha), is unique because it is roasted. During roasting, the tea leaves change color and flavor and lose some of their caffeine. For this reason, Hojicha is often used as a nighttime tea or for children and the elderly.
Raw Honey for Green Teas
Soft floral notes of this raw honey pair deliciously with the lively, fresh character of green and white teas.
honey for green tea
Part of teas of Japan sampler
Explore a variety of teas with our popular sampler set.
Four teas included are:
genmai cha, hojicha, kukicha, sencha overture
teas of Japan
will make 40 cups
Questions and Answers
Ask a question about hojicha and have the Adagio Teas community offer feedback.
For someone who hates black teas, would this be a good morning tea?
Asked by Katrina Quoka
on May 8th, 2020
I've only ever had Hojica made in a similar way to Matcha, resulting in a latte type beverage. is it possible to grind this as a powder to use like that, or is it better to just steep regularly, then add some foamed milk?