Goya Tea ~ Famous, Okinawan Bitter Melon ~ 12 Tea Bags
Goya Tea: Goya
How to Take:
Boil water and steep tea bag for 2-3 minutes. Lightly mix tea bag around and then take it out. Enjoy hot or cold!
Keep away from moisture, heat, and sunlight. Store in a cool, dry place.
Manufactured by: Okinawa Chosei Yakuso Headquarters
※Efficacy and results vary person to person.
※If you experience unpleasant symptoms or a medical reaction, please suspend use of the good immediately.
・No added coloring
Goya (Bitter Melon) Tea
12 tea bags – 2 grams each
♥ goya means ‘bitter melon’ in Japanese
♥ the aroma and taste are both savory like rich, roasted nuts, an uncommon feature among teas
♥ 100% goya tea grown organically is hard to come across in western countries but this Okinawan brand is one you can trust
℘How to use: boil water and steep tea bag for 2-3 minutes. Lightly mix tea bag around and then take it out. Enjoy hot or cold!
℘What else?: One taste of Goya and you’ll know why it also goes by the name ‘bitter melon’. Okinawans have been eating this green spiny vegetable for centuries and it can be found in numerous traditional dishes including ‘chanpuru”, a type of local stir fry. It’s so commonly used that it has become a symbol of Okinawan cuisine and is one of the most popular tourist souvenirs. The taste can be an acquired one, but the strong bitter flavor is lessened when the vegetable is boiled. Our Goya Tea is specially prepared to maintain its unique flavor without being bitter. Enjoy it on its own or add your favorite sweetener for taste.
Try Goya Tea on its own or in a set with a few of our other favorite Okinawan teas including Getto, Sanpin, and Hibiscus.