Tea of Inquiry Full-Leaf

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Green Tea with Toasted Rice - A robust cup with the fresh flavor of grain. Fire-toasted rice and large green Sencha tea leaves are blended to produce this smooth, toasty brew. Finest grade produced.


Green tea contains less than a quarter the amount of caffeine per cup than in a similar-sized cup of coffee. More about caffeine.

Steeping Instructions

Steeping green tea is easy. Simply heat fresh, filtered water just short of boiling. Then pour water over tea and steep for 1-3 minutes (if using a tea bag) or 2-4 minutes (if using full-leaf tea.)


Finest Japanese green tea leaves and toasted rice



Country of Origin


What our Citizens are saying about this great gift of the leaf...

  • 4 Star

Smells Bad!

1 Star Smells Bad!

from PA on wrote:

Tea smelled fine when I opened the tin. After brewing, however, the smell was really bad! The taste wasn't quite as bad. I suppose the smell came from the toasted rice? I took a few more sips to see if it would grow on my, but it didn't. Threw out that cup of tea and then the tea itself. Will not purchase again. Wasted $5.00.

Delicious Earthy Tea

5 Stars Delicious Earthy Tea

from CT on wrote:

This is a delicious and almost filling tea. Very earthy and toasty. It reminds me a bit of the tea blends used in Japanese restaurants. One of my new favorites.

Tea of Inquiry loose tea

5 Stars Tea of Inquiry loose tea

from WI on wrote:

Excellent. Excellent My favorite.

Toasty tea

4 Stars Toasty tea

from FL on wrote:

I just purchased this tea for the first time. This tea almost has a hint of a popcorn taste to it because of the rice. The green tea is a little on the bitter side but adding a little honey brightens it up. Overall it's a lighter tea and very good to sip on during a cold day.

My only green tea

5 Stars My only green tea

from DC on wrote:

I'm a die-hard black tea drinker, and normally don't give much thought to green tea. Even very expensive green tea tastes odd and grassy to me. (I know, it's supposed to - just not my thing.) But this is a notable exception. I've ordered this several times over the years. It's sweet and nutty, needs nothing added to it, good to the last drop.