Matcha Hisui ORGANIC (15 sachets, 1 sachet/1.5 g) - Oxalis eshop
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Matcha Hisui ORGANIC (15 sachets, 1 sachet/1.5 g)

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Matcha Hisui ORGANIC (15 sachets, 1 sachet/1.5 g)

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Reference : 810230
245 Kč
Country of origin: Japan
Infusions: 1
Organic

This is produced in the environs of the town of Kakegawa in Shizuoka Prefecture. The name of Hisui translates from Japanese as “jade”, as reflected in the colour of the tea leaves from which Matcha is made. Not only is it suitable for preparing Matcha as a tea, but it also can act as an ingredient in cooking and baking or for mixing into cocktails or smoothies. The aroma suggests that of a freshly cut meadow, the taste bears a tone of ripe walnut, and it is full-bodied, distinctive and long-lasting.

Recommended preparation: tip the contents of the sachet into a bowl or cup, pour hot water at 80°C over the Matcha, then mix thoroughly with a bamboo whisk until smooth and frothy.

This is produced in the environs of the town of Kakegawa in Shizuoka Prefecture. The name of Hisui translates from Japanese as jade, as reflected in the colour of the tea leaves from which Matcha is made. Not only is it suitable for preparing Matcha as a tea, but it also can act as an ingredient in cooking and baking or for mixing into cocktails or smoothies. The aroma suggests that of a freshly cut meadow, the taste bears a tone of ripe walnut, and it is full-bodied, distinctive and long-lasting.

Medium

Country of origin: Japan
Infusions: 1
Organic

This is produced in the environs of the town of Kakegawa in Shizuoka Prefecture. The name of Hisui translates from Japanese as “jade”, as reflected in the colour of the tea leaves from which Matcha is made. Not only is it suitable for preparing Matcha as a tea, but it also can act as an ingredient in cooking and baking or for mixing into cocktails or smoothies. The aroma suggests that of a freshly cut meadow, the taste bears a tone of ripe walnut, and it is full-bodied, distinctive and long-lasting.

Recommended preparation: tip the contents of the sachet into a bowl or cup, pour hot water at 80°C over the Matcha, then mix thoroughly with a bamboo whisk until smooth and frothy.

This is produced in the environs of the town of Kakegawa in Shizuoka Prefecture. The name of Hisui translates from Japanese as jade, as reflected in the colour of the tea leaves from which Matcha is made. Not only is it suitable for preparing Matcha as a tea, but it also can act as an ingredient in cooking and baking or for mixing into cocktails or smoothies. The aroma suggests that of a freshly cut meadow, the taste bears a tone of ripe walnut, and it is full-bodied, distinctive and long-lasting.

Medium

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