What kind of gift is it?
This set contains two types of matcha possessing distinctive characteristics. Both were named by Yuyusai Sosho XIV, the great grand master of the Omote-Senke family of tea masters.
How does it taste?
Shoin-no-mukashi offers abundant sweetness, while Sansho-no-shiro provides a lighter, mellow taste. Both are delicious as either usucha (thin matcha) or koicha (thick matcha).
How/when to enjoy it?
If you’re having seasonal confections, prepare koicha and savour a wonderful matcha teatime. If you’re eating everyday snacks, have them with matcha prepared as usucha.
Who do Ippodo staff give it to?
This is a good gift for a respected elder who likes matcha and likes to try lots of different flavours.
With your favourite sweets
Serve it in different cups
As an early afternoon treat
Prepare it cold or with milk
- Matcha Shoin-no-mukashi / Matcha Sansho-no-shiro 2-Pack of 20g Cans
- Size of Package : W8.6×D8.2× H14.1cm
- Net Weight : 20 grams x 2
- Ingredients : Green tea(Japan)
- Shelf Life : 180 days