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Organic 1000mesh Matcha

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165 °F / 73 °C

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  • “Recipe of tasty tastiness: 1. Pour a glass of cold fizzy water. 2. Add a small handful of fresh raspberries. 3. Add a quarter of a spoonful of matcha. 4. Add a quarter of a spoonful of...” Read full tasting note
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  • “Made a little warmer than usual with a half teaspoon of Amber Agave Nectar, it is a pleasant little afternoon "pick me up". The dark Agavae had too much of a caramel taste but the Amber is perfect.” Read full tasting note
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Matcha, the most famous, and commonly-drank tea in Japan, is a finely-powdered green tea. Matcha originates from China Tang Dynasty(618-907), and were the only tribute way of drinking tea in Tang & Song Dynasties(960-1279) in China. At that period, the preparation of Matcha is more complicated, and has more steps than the current Japanese Matcha ceremony.

Then in Ming Dynasty(1368-1644), the Emperor, Zhu Yuanzhang banned the production of cake teas, and encourage the loose leaves tea for his personal reason.(this mostly connected to his humble origin). Hence, from then on, loose leaves tea has been popular in China till now.

Preparing Matcha is a very simple. You only need to prepare a Matcha bowl, bamboo whisk.
So first, you just need to put a tablespoon of Matcha into the bowl;

Next, pour in about 150ml 60degree hot water into the bowl, and whisk the matcha in the water till they are mixed together.

So now you can drink it. Or you can also add some honey, other flavors into it, and enjoy both Match and other flavors tastes. Enjoy the freshness of Matcha.

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4 Tasting Notes

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Recipe of tasty tastiness:

1. Pour a glass of cold fizzy water.
2. Add a small handful of fresh raspberries.
3. Add a quarter of a spoonful of matcha.
4. Add a quarter of a spoonful of honey.
5. Stir/mash/muddle it all up.
6. Aaaaaaaaah, that’s good.

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Rabs

It’s like an old-fashioned serial where we’re all on our seats for the next episode :)

Ewa

Oh man that sounds really good! I’m gonna have to try it some time.

LENA

YUM!!!

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35 tasting notes

Made a little warmer than usual with a half teaspoon of Amber Agave Nectar, it is a pleasant little afternoon “pick me up”. The dark Agavae had too much of a caramel taste but the Amber is perfect.

Preparation
165 °F / 73 °C

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