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Oct 25th, '07, 09:14
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Matcha

by Samovar » Oct 25th, '07, 09:14

I think that it would be wonderful if Adagio would start to carry a premium grade of Matcha!

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by xine » Oct 25th, '07, 11:10

Ah, the matcha question! We have been asked to carry matcha, but as it does have a short shelf life, it wouldn't be very efficient to do so.

We do, however have Gyokuro- which matcha derives from. Tasty :)

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Oct 25th, '07, 12:12
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by Samovar » Oct 25th, '07, 12:12

Thank you, xine.

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by Eastree » Oct 25th, '07, 13:36

Would it work if I put the dry Gyokuro in a blender to make my own? /sarcasm

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by xine » Oct 25th, '07, 14:20

Eastree wrote:Would it work if I put the dry Gyokuro in a blender to make my own? /sarcasm


SURE! Actually, I am not. But if anything, you'll probably have to pulverize it to smithereens. i tried making my own matcha powder using a pestle and mortar to not success

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by Eastree » Oct 25th, '07, 14:26

Thus the sarcasm. I was a bit surprised to read Michael_C's post about making Matcha, but I knew it would take some work.

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by scruffmcgruff » Oct 25th, '07, 17:23

You could still theoretically do it, but be aware that matcha is made from tencha, which is (essentially) gyokuro without stems/veins. So, you'll have to de-stem and de-vein your leaves first. Happy grinding!

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by Michael_C » Oct 25th, '07, 19:07

http://www.hibiki-an.com/readings/four- ... n-tea.html


Scroll about halfway down and you'll se the matcha grinding machines.

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