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Matcha Asagiri ORGANIC, 30 g caddy

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Matcha Asagiri ORGANIC, 30 g caddy

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Reference : 860097
520 Kč

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30 g

Country of origin: Japan
Infusions: 1
Organic

Matcha is the finest type of Japanese green tea, cultivated for the most part in the shade. It is produced from the youngest tea leaves and ground with mill stones into a fine green powder. Matcha Asagiri is produced in the Kirishima region in Aichi Prefecture. The aroma and taste of the tea is delicate, reminiscent of pistachio nut and ripe avocado.

Instructions for use: put approx. 1 tsp of the powdered tea, best measured with a bamboo spoon (equal to 1 tsp), into a bowl or cup. Pour over with hot water at max. 80°C, then mix thoroughly with a bamboo whisk until smooth and frothy.

Matcha is the finest type of Japanese green tea, cultivated for the most part in the shade. It is produced from the youngest tea leaves and ground with mill stones into a fine green powder. Matcha Asagiri is produced in the Kirishima region in Aichi Prefecture. The aroma and taste of the tea is delicate, reminiscent of pistachio nut and ripe avocado.

Medium

Country of origin: Japan
Infusions: 1
Organic

Matcha is the finest type of Japanese green tea, cultivated for the most part in the shade. It is produced from the youngest tea leaves and ground with mill stones into a fine green powder. Matcha Asagiri is produced in the Kirishima region in Aichi Prefecture. The aroma and taste of the tea is delicate, reminiscent of pistachio nut and ripe avocado.

Instructions for use: put approx. 1 tsp of the powdered tea, best measured with a bamboo spoon (equal to 1 tsp), into a bowl or cup. Pour over with hot water at max. 80°C, then mix thoroughly with a bamboo whisk until smooth and frothy.

Matcha is the finest type of Japanese green tea, cultivated for the most part in the shade. It is produced from the youngest tea leaves and ground with mill stones into a fine green powder. Matcha Asagiri is produced in the Kirishima region in Aichi Prefecture. The aroma and taste of the tea is delicate, reminiscent of pistachio nut and ripe avocado.

Medium

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