Banchan Japanese Green Tea
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Buy Japan Bancha, Green Tea
Banchan Japanese Green Tea
buy Banchan Japanese Green Tea
Buy Japan Bancha, Green Tea

Banchan Japanese Green Tea

Japan Bancha Green Tea is a very high quality tea with a large, long and delicately pressed leaf. Japan Bancha Tea is sweet and can be drunk throughout the day.

  • Power of green tea: 6/10
  • Main notes: vegetal and fresh
  • To savor: Morning and afternoon

This is where you will buy the best Japanese green tea Bancha one of the best teas in the world. It is a very sweet tea with vegetal notes. A must for tea lovers.

Our online tea shop offers you to buy selection teas at the best price per kilo.

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€7.00
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Le Thé Vert Japonais Japan Bancha

Le meilleur des thés 

Le thé vert japonais est un art subtil qui réserve plein de surprise. Au Japon le thé Bancha est le  deuxième thé le plus bu après le Sencha. Le Thé Japan Bancha est très populaire au Japon, il représente pas loin de 10% de la production nationale.  Il se caractérise par une récolte tardive, les feuilles sont ainsi plus grosses et plus développés que le Sencha.  Le thé est très apprécié au Japon par le fait de ses vertus digestives exceptionnelles. Il va contenir moins de caféine que le Sencha, Kukicha voir le Gyokyro, idéal pour les personnes sensibles à la caféine ou encore en thé du soir. Il remplacera ainsi parfaitement le Rooibos. 

Notre Japon Bancha a un goût légèrement herbacé, végétale et délicat, il sera ainsi très agréable au palais.  Le thé vert Japan Bancha est idéal pour la digestion car il y a une forte teneur en minéraux et en oligo-éléments surtout en fer

Caractéristiques du Thé Vert Japan Bancha* 

- il contient beaucoup de minéraux et d'oligoéléments notamment du fer. Il est adapté pour les végétariens et végétaliens.  

- il a un bon effet sur la digestion du essentiellement à sa grande teneur en tanins, le Bancha stimule et facile l'assimilation des aliments. 

- il contient moitié moins de caféine contrairement à un Sencha ou Gyokuro. 

Préparation

Température de l'eau: 75°C

temps d'infusion: 2 à 3 minutes

Quantité de thé: 7g

Eau: 700ml

Théière: en fonte

Les feuilles de thé bancha sont très fragiles, elle s'écrasent et se brisent si on les malmène. Une fois brisées, elles ne diffusent plus leurs saveurs de la même manière. Donc, pour un bon Bancha, n'essayez pas de faire rentrer le thé de force, dans le panier ou la chaussette.

Mettez-le librement dans le réceptacle de la théière ou il pourra infuser facilement.

Versez la quantité d'eau prévue dans la théière. Immergez le réceptacle contenant le thé dans le liquide brûlant. Couvrez, laissez infuser 4 minutes, ouvrez la théière, ôtez le panier et refermez. Servez le Bancha bien chaud, nature bien sûr. 

* source divers ouvrages 

On our way to the Green Tea counters around the world, we met a green tea.

Bancha Japan green tea. Bancha is a green tea which corresponds to the last harvest of the tea year.

It is a tea which is magnificent with a magnificent dark green.

Its leaves are larger and older than that of Sencha green tea.

It is a tea that Japanese people like to drink while eating because it is a fresh and pleasant green tea. Even in the evening it is magnificent.

It contains little caffeine so it can be enjoyed in the evening.

A delicious green tea with Japanese notes

Bachan Japanese Green Tea

It is here that you will buy online a Japanese tea with vegetables and very sweet on the palate.

Japan Bancha Green Tea - Last harvest of the year of Japan Bancha Green Tea

Japanese green tea is a subtle art that is full of surprises. In Japan Bancha tea is the second most drunk tea after Sencha. Japan Bancha Tea is very popular in Japan, it represents close to 10% of national production. It is characterized by a late harvest, the leaves are therefore larger and more developed than Sencha. Tea is very popular in Japan because of its exceptional digestive properties. It will contain less caffeine than Sencha, Kukicha or Gyokyro, ideal for people sensitive to caffeine or even in evening tea. It will thus perfectly replace the Rooibos.

Our Japan Bancha has a slightly herbaceous, vegetable and delicate taste, so it will be very pleasant on the palate. Japan Bancha green tea is ideal for digestion because it has a high content of minerals and trace elements, especially iron. This Japanese green tea comes from the last green tea harvest of the year, namely in October

Flavor and Characteristics of Japan Bancha Green Tea

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  • It contains a lot of minerals and trace elements including iron. It is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
  • It has a good effect on digestion, mainly due to its high tannin content, Bancha stimulates and assimilates food easily.
  • It contains half the caffeine unlike a Sencha or Gyokuro.

Product Description

 

Product: Japan Bancha Green Tea

Bottle packaging: 90g

Feature: Japanese green tea

Flavor: vegetal notes

Other packaging available: 500g bag

Traditional Preparation of Bancha Japanese Green Tea

Water temperature: 75 ° C

Brewing time: 2 to 3 minutes

Tea quantity: 7g

Water: 700ml

Teapot: cast iron

Bancha tea leaves are very fragile, they will crush and break if mistreated. Once broken, they no longer diffuse their flavors in the same way. So, for a good Bancha, do not try to force the tea into the basket or the sock.

Put it freely in the receptacle of the teapot or it can brew easily.

Pour the required amount of water into the teapot. Immerse the receptacle containing the tea in the hot liquid. Cover, leave to infuse for 4 minutes, open the teapot, remove the basket and close. Serve the Bancha hot, plain of course.

Le Bancha - A Popular and Excellence Tea

Did you know that Japanese bancha green tea is the second most consumed tea in Japan.

Its name Ban means common and cha tea. It can be translated as everyday tea.

It is a tea which represents 10% of the national production of tea.

Did you know: That Bancha also means late harvest tea.

Because the Ichibancha (first harvest), Nibancha (second harvest) and Sanbancha (third harvest).

Now you know everything about the name bancha.

History and Origin of Bancha Green Tea

It is a green tea that has existed since the middle of the EDO period.

It is a tea that requires a lot of know-how to arrive at a very long and well prepared leaf. Just like vanilla pods.

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