Dattan Soba
Buckwheat Tea


Roasted seeds of Tatar buckwheat, cultivation without plant protection products, from Hokkaido, Japan, 250g
Details Tartar buckwheat with particularly high rutin content (flavonoid and glycoside). Can also be drunk cold and eaten after infusion.
Character Fine roasted flavour.
Terroir Takasu, Region of Kamikawa, Hokkaido prefecture, Japan
Harvest 1st picking (Ichibancha), mid-September to early October with the harvest machine.
Cultivar Hokkai T 8 (100%)
Elevation 160m above sea level
Steaming approx. 100℃, 20 minutes
Roast approx. 350℃, 5-10 minutes
Drying Machine drying at 40 - 80℃ for 18 hours
Organic Cert. Cultivation without plant protection products
Laboratory Tests Radioactivity and plant protection products (last 2/2020)
Grade 98/100 P. (Buckwheat category); Highest Grade


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Fine nutty roasted flavour with pleasant sweetness. Very warming and soothing.


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Special buckwheat from pesticide-free cultivation in Japan with a high concentration of rutin and the amino acid arginine. With its delightful aroma, the buckwheat can be consumed as a healthy and easily digested snack after brewing.

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Brewing Guide

2 well heaped teaspoons (approx. 4 g) in 300ml boiling water per person. Steep for 5 minutes.



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