Ito En Oi Ocha Green Tea, 16.9-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 12)

December 12, 2013 - Comment

The most popular green tea beverage in Japan, Oi Ochais brewed from prime first flush green tea leaves, meaning it is a brew of the finest quality leaves, from the first harvest of the spring. Product Features Pack of twelve 16.9 fluid ounce bottles (total of 202.8 ounces) Brisk refreshing, and a natural green tea

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The most popular green tea beverage in Japan, Oi Ochais brewed from prime first flush green tea leaves, meaning it is a brew of the finest quality leaves, from the first harvest of the spring.

Product Features

  • Pack of twelve 16.9 fluid ounce bottles (total of 202.8 ounces)
  • Brisk refreshing, and a natural green tea taste–authentic Japanese taste
  • 60 mg of caffeine per 16.9 fl oz, more than 100% RDA of vitamin C, natural catechin tea antioxidants
  • Unsweetened tea with no calories–made from the first flush green tea leaves
  • Product of Taiwan

Comments

K. May Li "( ・ω・ )" says:

The original Oi Ocha sold in Japan Nothing against the prior reviewer who does not believe this is the original Oi Ocha, but I must say though…as a repeat buyer both of these 16.9 oz. bottles from Amazon as well as 2 liter imports straight from Japan, the two are identical. Every now and then I feel like having the stronger Oi Ocha Koi Aji (not sold by Amazon as of the time of this review), so I’m familiar with it as well. I’ve uploaded three photos, comparing the packaging, as well as closeups of exactly 1.0 fl. oz. of each…

B. Wayne Johnson says:

Made in Taiwan. My last two orders were bottled in China. I expected Japanese. Flavor and bottle is comparable to Japanese bottled tea.

Dobie says:

Not the original from Japan I signed up for the subscribe and save on this product when it was made in Japan. Unfortunately, this is no longer an item from Japan, but Taiwan. When it was from Japan, it would come in a cardboard box within another cardboard box. Now, it ships in shrink-wrap plastic inside a cardboard box. The taste is definitely different from the Japanese brand. It has a faint similar smell and a faint similar taste, but after it is in your mouth for a second, you notice it has a strange taste. A…

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