Soba Tea

Soba Tea

Photo: Kana Anzai

Healthy buckwheat tea for year round enjoyment.

Soba tea is made from freshly harvested, hulled buckwheat noodles that have been roasted by hand.
The aromantic flavor and abundant nutrients make this tea a desirable health tea.
It is caffeine free and easy to incorporate into your daily life.

In cold weather, you can warm it up and enjoy the unique aroma of hand-roasted buckwheat tea.
In the hot season when you are prone to sweat, you can drink this mineral rich buckwheat tea cold, so you can enjoy it all year round.

Arrange and enjoy soba tea

You can also eat the leftovers that comes out of the buckwheat after it is made into tea.
It can be soaked in soup stock and made into porridge, or pan-fried and seasoned. It can also be used as furikake (sprinkles). Please give it a try.

Delicious way to brew

1) Hot tea
Pour about 3 tablespoons of buckwheat tea into a teapot and add 500ml of hot water. Please enjoy it on the same way as you would Japanese tea.

2) Cold brew
Add about 5 tablespoons of tea into a tea packet with 1 liter of water and refrigerate overnight.
(When the tea has reached your desired strength, remove the tea packet and drink it as soon as possible.)