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Golden Buckwheat Tea

Golden Buckwheat stands out with its zero-caffeine content, making it an appealing choice, paired with its delightful toasty nutty flavor.


This particular variety of brown rice, known as Golden Buckwheat, has gained recognition as "Nutritional Gold" among international nutritionists due to its immense potential as a crop.


Golden buckwheat tea is highly nutritious and can be enjoyed both hot and cold, making it a popular beverage in Japanese, Korean, and Chinese restaurants. In Japan, it is commonly referred to as "Soba Cha," while in Korea, it is known as "Memil Cha."


Before undergoing processing, Golden Buckwheat tea possesses a bitter taste. However, through the process of roasting, removal of buckwheat husks, and other enhancements to intensify the wheat flavor, it acquires a golden yellow color and transforms into a lightly nutty, earthy taste with a hint of pan-fried rice aroma. Consequently, it distinguishes itself from ordinary buckwheat tea.


Golden Buckwheat contains approximately four times the soluble fiber content of rice and 2.7 times that of wheat.


The benefits of consuming Golden Buckwheat include effectively reducing edema, blood pressure, blood sugar, cholesterol levels, and boosting the immune system.

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