Matcha tea 抹茶

  • Published on : 05/05/2016
  • by : A.L.
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Green Giant

Does matcha tea need any introduction? This Japanese green tea, ground to a fine green powder full of flavor and energy, has already amassed thousands of fans worldwide. In Japan, it is a beverage consumed in the purest tradition, following a very formal ritual, and has been for many years. Today, to our delight, it can be found everywhere.

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