Matcha Izumi

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Green Tea
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180 °F / 82 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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A unique blend of Japanese Matcha tea for first time Matcha drinkers. Crispy, fresh and aromatic. Ideal for entering the world of Matcha. This Matcha is also ideally suited for cooking and can be enjoyed in mixed drinks with milk or soy milk. Izumi tastes stronger and slightly more astringent than other higher grade Matcha teas. The name Izumi means “spring”.

Ingredients
100% organic Japanese Matcha green tea

Preparation

  • boil fresh, soft water * let the water cool down to 80°C * Put 1g Matcha (2 bamboo scoops or ½ tea scoop) into the Matcha bowl * add up 80ml of hot (80°C) water * whisk the tea with a Matcha whisk until a fine froth appears. It will take you around 15 seconds to prepare your cup of Matcha tea.

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Truly the mother of all green teas… Still needs to be discovered by many, but I guess that that is just a matter of time.
Funny enough many think that matcha tea needs additional effort, while in the end, preparing the tea happens in a jiffy as it does NOT need to steep. 2 bamboo scoops of matcha, water at about 80˚ C, foam it up with a bamboo whisk for about 15 secs and you are good to go!
Not just good taste, but especially a good and long lasting feeling after consumption.

Preparation
175 °F / 79 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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iced green tea latte, without sugar, is my all-time favourite

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This was a slightly more fresh version of standard American grade maccha teas. It has the standard floral finish, but too much bitterness for the price-point. I wouldn’t recommend this tea over the standard maccha that one can get at the asian market, but it is definitely not the worst I have tasted. (^^)

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205 °F / 96 °C 0 min, 30 sec

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