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Matcha yamajyu

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Matcha Tea
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Edit tea info Last updated by jyeon
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160 °F / 71 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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  • “I used it for cooking only, tried only one time to drink it for experience and regretted it. I have not finished the 40g as of yet. I have use it to make desserts, like matcha cake, matcha...” Read full tasting note
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    matchagirlparis 14 tasting notes
  • “generally good for all, for baking, for green tea latte, etc. it has bitter taste as like usual matchas, ordinary flavor of matcha, i've been drank one matcha mixed with 30percents of rice...” Read full tasting note
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    jungyeon 20 tasting notes

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Matcha is very finely grounded green tea with two stones.

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I used it for cooking only, tried only one time to drink it for experience and regretted it.

I have not finished the 40g as of yet. I have use it to make desserts, like matcha cake, matcha chiffon cake, matcha pudding, etc.

Nothing special to say about color, smell, texture, and taste.
It is unusually pale. Need something more vibrant.
I bought it to use for cooking. Taste wise in the cake it has matcha flavor.
I believe it didn’t make it to the cut to drink.
The price is affordable.

Preparation
160 °F / 71 °C 0 min, 15 sec

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generally good for all, for baking, for green tea latte, etc.
it has bitter taste as like usual matchas, ordinary flavor of matcha,
i’ve been drank one matcha mixed with 30percents of rice powder,
i love them all of two, but especially i use it more for cooking, latte, or when i want some feeling like refreshing my mouth..it’s of medium color, between sap green and olive green. considering its various usage, i would say matcha is sort of economic one in the tea market.. imagine that you ground with two heavy stones,
hope it was not food processor or like that..i don’t wanna reveal the truth behind the matcha company although.

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