Green tea on the go, ie Sencha Powder?

Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.

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Dec 15th, '07, 21:01
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by Space Samurai » Dec 15th, '07, 21:01

oh :oops:

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by scruffmcgruff » Dec 15th, '07, 21:31

I'm still confused... what quote?

[Mary's Mad Mod Edit: Yeah, what quote?]

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by divintea » Dec 17th, '07, 14:25

Does it taste good cold too?

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by Wesli » Dec 17th, '07, 17:38

Space Samurai wrote:
joelbct wrote: As for Matcha, what exactly is the deal with Matcha? Does it dissolve instantly in cold or hot water, or does it require the traditional hot water and whisking process?
That quote. :D I'm guessing Joel must have deleted the original?

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I just placed an order for some of Den's powdered sencha ($8 for 30g! :shock: ). I'm planning on adding it to water in a bottle for a nice bottle of tea at work. It comes loose, in a bag, so I'll have to devise a contraption to carry it in before mixing. I'll let everyone know how it fares.

I've seen powdered sencha drink mixes at other Japanese vendors, and many of them have added sugar. It makes me wonder if this drink may need the sugar. However, that will be an easy add.

To the lab! :arrow:

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by joelbct » Dec 18th, '07, 20:27

LOL, yah I think I answered my own question on matcha and then I must have deleted that part :) There I go, wreaking havoc with the space-time continuum!

Thanks for the info tho!

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