Bursting with flavor and goodness. Rare Japanese petite variety, roasted to perfection.
Make a cup of Kuromame Cha, and enjoy eating the beans as a savory snack.
You can also sprinkle them on rice, salads, yogurt, and other dishes.
❤ Weight loss
❤ Immunity boost
❤ Lowering blood pressure
❤ Reducing LDL cholesterol
❤ Improving bone density
This high-protein, low-carb gem is practically a pharmaceutical factory: 5 times more antioxidants than yellow soybeans, and 2 times more when compared to regular black soybeans.
Easy to prepare. Scroll down for how-to.
All-Natural • Pesticide-free
Flavor: Savory, roasty, mildly sweet
Ingredients: Japanese petite variety roasted black soybeans
Net Weight: 150 grams
Product of Japan
How to Use
Black Soybean Tea (Kuromame Cha)
The following instructions are for two 250 ml (8 oz) cups.
- Add 1 flat tbsp of beans to 2 cups of cold water.
- Heat to a full, rolling boil.
- Turn heat down. Simmer for 15 min.
- Turn heat off. Wait for 10 min.
- Serve hot or cold.
Use as Snack or Sprinkle After Brewing
With petite black soybeans, nothing goes to waste.
They become soft after you brew your Kuromame Cha.
Use them as a flavorful, nutty and healthy snack or sprinkle them on rice, salads or mix with yogurt as a topping
the taste has taken some time to get use to but am loven eating the soy beans with yoghurt and other sweets and i have enjoyed drinking it thru the day at work very refreshing cold in this sumer heat
I love the earthy smell of this tea and my mother and I share eating the precious beans after we brew the tea. I look forward to buying this tea and the dokudami each Spring now!
Tastes delicious! I love brewing the tea and snacking on the soybeans after. No waste!