Enjoy this women-friendly black bean tea for anti-aging and sensitivity to the cold.
Kuromame (black soybeans) have long been popular in Japan as boiled beans. Known as the black soybean, it's appearance is the result of anthocyanin, a natural polyphenol contained in the seed coat. Anthocyanins have antioxidant properties and are expected to have carious health benefits. Black bean tea is an effective way to get plenty of anthocyanin and other black bean nutrients! Anthocyanins in black bean are easily soluble in water and resistant to heat, so it is an efficient way to reap the benefits.
Anthocyanins have a strong antioxidant effect and help prevent aging. It is also expected to improve blood flow and control blood pressure. Black bean tea also contains trace minerals and vitamins such as potassium, calcium, and iron.
■How to use
1.Fill a kettle with approximately 500 cc of water and bring to a boil.
2. Put a triangular packet into the kettle and boil it over low heat for about 5 minutes. When it turns blackish purple, it is ready to use.
3.Cool it appropriately before serving. In addition, you can enjoy the original taste of black beans even more if you brew it slowly for about 30 minutes with the tea bag still in it.
4. Put a packet in a teapot and pour boiling water into the teapot.