Made from leaves that have not been oxidized.

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May 17th, '06, 13:45
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by jogrebe » May 17th, '06, 13:45

I just came across some Izu Matcha for sale which seems to be a lot cheaper than the other Matcha I've seen for sale. Anyway is this the same thing or is the Izu Matcha of a lower quality than the other more expensive tea?

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May 17th, '06, 14:09
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by klemptor » May 17th, '06, 14:09

Wow, great find, JG!

I'm excited to know about the quality of this matcha as well. I don't know much about matcha but I've been very interested to try it.

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by kodama » May 18th, '06, 22:17

I have seen prices more like this at japanese teashops and markets here - so it is probably real and legit matcha, I know nothing about the quality, but worth a try.

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