blairswhitaker wrote:Seeker good to see you around. It was hard to get a really even particle size so making a good froth was more challenging. The tencha was koicha grade so the end result was quite good. One of my fellow classmates actually bought a mill while we were there so I am expecting to try and perfect my grinding technique. Maybe I'll even be able to provide a few lucky tea chatters with some very freshly hand ground matcha.
Wow B, I bow in respect and homage to your dance with tea. I very much appreciate the knowledge and sensitivities you bring to an uber-novice such as myself. If the fates allow, I'd be very interested in a session with freshly ground matcha.
May you be well.