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A caffeine-free black soybean tea that has a savory aroma and nutty, sweet flavor that can be enjoyed hot or cold.
At a Glance
This Kuromamecha black soybean tea is made by roasting the finest organic black soybeans from Hokkaido. This results in a herbal tea with a savory aroma and nutty, sweet flavor that can be enjoyed hot or cold. Black soybeans are known for their anti-aging properties and impressive health benefits.
Hokkaido is a region in Japan that’s famous for producing flavorful soybeans. In fact, this tea uses only the roundest soybeans to ensure a nutrient-rich, flavorful brew. Generally, Kuromamecha brews a dark purple. This tea is packed with potassium, calcium, and iron. After drinking, you can eat the beans for an extra boost of fiber.
Meet The Farmer
From Hokkaido, Japan
|150g Tin (Loose Tea)
|6"H x 3"D x 3"W
|150g Tin Refill (Loose Tea)
|6"H x 3"D x 1"W
Iwaikuro Black Soybean Tea
Powerhouse of nutrients
IWAIKURO BLACK SOYBEAN TEA
This Kuromamecha is made from a distinct variety of black soybeans known for their color and antioxidant levels. Loved for its smoky, sweet flavor, Black Soybean Tea is packed with protein and fiber, a nutritious addition to any diet.
Our tea is JAS-certified organic, ensuring a pure brew free from GMOs, sugars, preservatives, and fillers. Grown without chemicals or pesticides and rigorously tested for purity and metals, it represents the zenith of natural, clean tea cultivation. Savor the authentic, full-bodied flavor with every sip.
POWERHOUSE OF NUTRIENTS
Kuromamecha is a good source of fiber with a wealth of nutrients, including potassium, calcium, and iron. A natural wellness booster, black soybean tea is known for supporting skin health, hormonal balance, and metabolism. Savor the sweet nutty flavors in every nutrient-rich brew.
HOW TO BREW Kuromamecha
1 | Heat fresh, filtered water until boiled. Let cool very slightly — water close to 203°F (95°C) is ideal for bringing out the fragrance and flavor in Kuromamecha.
2 | Pour water over the Kuromamecha.
3 | Steep for 5 minutes. This tea can be steeped up to 2 times and you can eat the beans afterward.