Delicate cappuccino in a sticker with Khojitia froth and milk. A new kind of cappuccino based on fragrant roasted tea Hodzitya. In the summer you can use it with ice as a refreshing one. Minimum caffeine content
Ways of use:
Cold matcha drink- To dissolve 1 portion of drink in a glass of cold water, add cocktail ice.
Hot matcha drink- To dissolve 1 portion of drink in a glass with boiled water, to stir well.
Instead of water it is tasty to use hot milk.
For cold desserts- Sprinkle 1 serving on ice cream (ice cream), yogurt, jelly, etc.
Add to cocktails, juices, necks, flakes with milk and various desserts.
Hodjita (hojicha) literally means “roasted tea”. Due to roasting at high temperature, green tea acquires a characteristic brownish color. In addition to brown, roasting gives Hojicha a distinct aroma inherent only in this type of Japanese tea. Like a bunch, this tea is great for quenching thirst, the Japanese usually drink it after a meal, especially after eating fatty foods. Heat treatment largely destroys tannin, which can be an irritant to a weakened or baby stomach. In roasted tea, caffeine is also almost completely absent, and therefore it can be drunk to babies and pregnant women. Low caffeine content allows you to drink hojicha even before bedtime, without fear of subsequent insomnia.
Excellent afternoon drink, especially if the food was quite heavy and high in calories, perfectly quenches thirst.