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Genmaicha derives its name from the Japanese word for "brown rice," which is rice that still retains the bran covering of the rice grain. The soaked and steamed brown rice is roasted and popped, and is mixed with Sencha in a ratio of approximately 50:50. One may enjoy a nutty, buttery taste with astringent undertones.
Since brown rice is mixed in - thereby decreasing the amount of Sencha - Genmaicha has a low caffeine content, making it a suitable tea for children and elderly people.
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