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A popular caffeine-free buckwheat tea with a toasty aroma and nutty, sweet flavor that can be enjoyed hot or cold.
At a Glance
Sobacha buckwheat tea is made of organic roasted buckwheat. This herbal tea has a toasty aroma and nutty, sweet flavor which can be enjoyed hot or cold. In Japan, Sobacha is popular due to its impressive health benefits, such as regulating blood sugar levels and promoting good digestion. Since this is made from dattan soba 韃靼蕎麦, this Sobacha contains 100 times the amount of rutin compared to common buckwheat.
Sobacha is 100% caffeine-free, an excellent tea for drinking daily and at any time. Our Sobacha comes from Hokkaido, a prefecture known for maintaining top agricultural standards. Generally, this tea brews a golden yellow. After drinking, you can also eat the kernels or add them as a topping to your salads, rice, and desserts.
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From Hokkaido, Japan
|100g Tin (Loose Tea)
|6"H x 3"D x 3"W
|100g Tin Refill (Loose Tea)
|6"H x 3"D x 1"W
Dattan Soba Buckwheat
DATTAN SOBA BUCKWHEAT
Dattan Soba Buckwheat (韃靼蕎麦) is cultivated in the cooler highlands of Japan, imparting a deeper, nuttier flavor in every nutrient-rich brew. Dattan Soba is a testament to the art of Japanese agriculture, offering a soothing evening brew or hearty complement to a variety of dishes.
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.
This Dattan Soba buckwheat tea stands apart from common soba due to high concentration of rutin. An antioxidant powerhouse, Sobacha is a good source of nutrients and minerals, including protein, fiber, and B vitamins. Savor Sobacha’s nutty flavors as a nutrient-packed complement to your day.
HOW TO BREW SOBACHA
1 | Heat fresh, filtered water until boiled. Recommended water temperature is 203°F (95°C), ideal for bringing out the fragrance and flavor in Sobacha.
2 | Pour water over the sobacha.
3 | Steep for 3-5 minutes. This tea can be steeped up to two times, and you can eat the spent kernels afterward.
HOW TO BREW ICED SOBACHA
1 | In a Brew Bottle or pitcher, pour hot water close to 203°F (95°C) over the Sobacha.
2 | Steep in the fridge for 1 hour and enjoy!
Note: Iced Sobacha lasts in the fridge for 2-3 days.