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Matcha Ceremony Tea Tin

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170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 15 sec

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  • “Makes for a nice cup of froth green tea. A very potent brew. There is something about opening the tin and tearing at the foil and once open to smell the pure milkyness of the green powder and to...” Read full tasting note
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From Stash Tea Company

This high quality Japanese green tea in a jade green powdered form is used in the traditional tea ceremony. Add 1/2 teaspoon to 1 teaspoon of Matcha to 2-3 ounces of just below boil fresh water. Add more water to desired taste. Stir or whisk until frothy. Refrigeration of Matcha is recommended.

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Makes for a nice cup of froth green tea. A very potent brew. There is something about opening the tin and tearing at the foil and once open to smell the pure milkyness of the green powder and to just savor the creamy texture, milky dew of it is so very wonderful. A bliss of sort, elixir elation.

It is like taking all of your green veggies and placing them in a blender and whipping them up, then pour in your glass for a full morning breakfast.

Matchaly strong tea drinker, I am.

Preparation
170 °F / 76 °C 3 min, 15 sec
seule771

Today, I am made myself a small cup of the Matcha Japanese Green; can’t tell you how nice to have the real stuff; and this is a slurping, mouth watering and lip smacking drink. One day away from it and I was salivating. Oh, but it is such a small can.

There is something about opening the tin and tearing at the foil and once open to smell the pure milkyness of the green powder. To just savor the creamy texture, milky dew of it is so very wonderful. A bliss of sort, elixir elation.

seule771

Skimping on Matcha since it is nearly done; the container was very small; need a bit more next time. Even if I don’t drink it, just nice to open the tin and inhale the milkiness of the flavor.

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