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hojicha and matcha Swiss roll

Hojicha Swiss Roll

Save Print   Grind loose leaf hojicha in a cleaned electric coffee grinder to make hojicha powder (make sure the grinder is unplugged when you clean it). Hojicha Swiss roll is sweet, roasty and fluffy! Ingredients 4 eggs (room temperature) 90g (3 oz) sugar 50g (1.8 oz) – 1 tablespoon Softasilk flour 1 tablespoon hojicha […]

cold brew hojicha

Cold Brew Hojicha

Make cold hojicha in large quantities and have it ready in your fridge all through summer! It is a delicious and healthy alternative to sodas and store-bought sweetened drinks. If you have small children, it is truly recommended to make this a healthy habit before they become accustomed to the taste of sugary sodas. To […]

matcha florentine biscuits

Matcha Florentine Biscuits

Save Print Matcha Florentine Biscuits   Matcha florentine biscuits are toasty and sweet! Perfect for a teatime. This recipe is for a 11″ x 11″ pan, 44 biscuits. If you don’t have a pan, make one with parchment paper (refer to our news titled a pan with parchment paper). Stick to the recipe and be […]

iced hojicha latte

Iced Hojicha Latte

Save Print Iced Hojicha Latte   Jugetsudo’s hojicha latte to celebrate the warmer weather! Substituting heavy cream for milk will make the latte richer and more flavorful overall. Ingredients 1 tablespoon (4g) hojicha loose leaf tea ½ cup water 1-2 teaspoons sugar ice ¼ cup heavy cream Instructions In a microwavable cup, put the water […]

steamed hojicha muffins

Steamed Hojicha Muffins

Save Print Steamed Hojicha Muffins   Steamed hojicha muffins are light and flavorful. Grind loose leaf hojicha in a cleaned electric coffee grinder to make hojicha powder (make sure the grinder is unplugged when you clean it). A perfect little treat for tea time! You can put anko (red bean paste) in the middle, or […]

ginger tea

Ginger Tea

When you have the shivers and think you’ve caught a cold, have some ginger tea. It is said that ginger contains components that open blood vessels and improve blood flow, so ginger can help warm you up! Put 7-8 thin slices of fresh ginger and 1 cup of water into a small saucepan. Bring the […]

Roast your own hojicha

Roast Your Own Hojicha

If you have expired sencha in your pantry and are wondering what to do…just roast it! Put the old sencha in a clean pan (no oil!) and roast it over moderately high heat. Constantly move the tea with a wooden spoon and shake the pan in order not to burn the tea. When the smaller […]

cold brew organic sencha classic green tea

Time for Cold Brew Tea

Cold brew tea is easy to make and tastes amazing! Hot water tends to bring out the tannic, bitter flavor in tea, but with cold water, the tea will be mellow; smooth and with lots of delicate umami! To make cold brew tea, put one teaspoon of loose leaf tea (or one teabag) in one […]

relax with hojicha latte

Hojicha Latte Recipe

Hojicha latte is creamy and roasty. Brown sugar adds a deep flavor! Hojicha Latte (2 servings): 2 cups whole milk 3-4 tea spoons loose leaf hojicha (or 2 teabags) brown sugar to taste Directions: In a small pan, pour milk and put the hojicha leaves Heat the milk over medium heat, covered. Just before a […]