Amacha - 10g (0.35oz)
14 ~ 17 servings
Best Before Date : 31 / OCT / 2019
Amacha is a Japanese herbal tea made from the fermented leaves of the 'Hydrangea macrophylla' plant.
Amacha means 'sweet tea' in Japanese.
Amacha contains phyllodulcin, a natural sweetener found in the Hydrangea plant that is about 200 times sweeter than table sugar, and 2 times sweeter than saccharin, but with almost 0 calories.
It has no caffeine, and it has antiallergic properties. Phyllodulcin can help prevent periodontitis, and it is used as a natural sweetener for diabetic patients.
Our Amacha is used as a traditional Japanese medicine, so our farmers use NO pesticides or chemical fertilizers, and they are now in the process of attaining 'Organic' certification.
Brewing instructions :
2 tea leaves (0.6g) per 200 ml
1st brew : Boiling water / steep for 2 mins.
2nd brew : Boiling water / steep for 3 mins.
How to store :
Store in a cool dry place.