Organic Matcha Yujin | 30 g
Matcha in ceremony quality now available at KoRo.
- Ceremony quality
- Light green colour
- Organic quality
*Hinta sis.ALV (toimituskulut erikseen)
Toimitusaika n. 6-9 työpäivää
Kaikki yhdellä silmäyksellä
Back in the 6th century the Chinese discovered the unbelievable potential of a light green powder named Matcha, which was used as a medical plant. Later on when buddhist Monks were traveling to Japan, they brought back the seeds of the tea plant. Thats how the nearly forgotten matcha plant was gladly rediscovered. Even today, matcha is best know as a vitalising stimulant and is especially popular among Monks for better concentration while long periods of meditation.
The matcha powder is won from the tea plant. The cultivation is very similar to other tea plants, except that the matcha plant is shadowed throughout it's growth. Why? The shadowing brings along a higher production of Chlorophyll and Protein production. The plant therefore gets most of its Minerals out of the soil. That's how you get the unique taste and green colour. After the harvest, the tea leaves are getting dried and grounded in a traditional stone mill.
Because Matcha is not a proprietary word and the translation would me "milled tea", there are many different qualities of Matcha. In general you differ between Ceremony, Premium and Cooking quality.
Our Japanese Matcha Yuijn (eng. Friends) is a Ceremony quality and radiates in a shiny green colour. You can enjoy it pure or as an delicious ingredient for your muesli or self made bliss balls. The Matcha Ceremony quality is also popular in delicacies because of the high grade. The taste is slightly bitter and reminds of fresh gras. With the Yuijn you and your friends can conjure your inner Zen Master.
|Toimitus||Lieferzeit außerhalb Deutschlands|
|Yritys||KoRo Handels GmbH |
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
|Säilytys||Store in a cool and dry place, protected from heat|
|Ainesosat||Tencha (green Tea)|
|Allergeenit||No allergens according to EU Regulation 1169/2011.|
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