Gift for matcha tea lovers?

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Oct 30th, '13, 02:35
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Gift for matcha tea lovers?

by bubblemilk » Oct 30th, '13, 02:35

I am planning to get some japanese tea related stuff for my mom. She is interested in drinking green tea recently.

I found this article at: http://vividgiftideas.com/2013/10/24/10 ... ea-lovers/ (please copy and paste to this website)

Do you guys think I should get the Japanese teacup gift set in wooden box or the sakura tea bowl?

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Oct 30th, '13, 11:29
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Re: gift for matcha tea lovers?

by Poohblah » Oct 30th, '13, 11:29

Interested in matcha? Get a matcha starter kit. They are extraordinarily easy to find. E.g.:

http://shop.ippodo-tea.co.jp/kyoto/shop ... d=giftsets
http://www.maiko.ne.jp/english/shopping/tea_ware201.htm
http://www.o-cha.com/Matcha-Starter-Kit.html
http://www.denstea.com/tea-gifts-matcha ... 9_295.html

Your mother won't be able to do much with just a teabowl or a few teacups, anyhow ;)

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Nov 1st, '13, 11:51
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Re: Gift for matcha tea lovers?

by entropyembrace » Nov 1st, '13, 11:51

I agree with Poohblah, if shes just starting with it a starter kit would be perfect. I bought myself an o-cha starter kit shortly after trying matcha for the first time a few years ago and still use the utensils and chawan often :)

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Re: Gift for matcha tea lovers?

by Chip » Nov 1st, '13, 12:11

entropyembrace wrote:I agree with Poohblah, if shes just starting with it a starter kit would be perfect. I bought myself an o-cha starter kit shortly after trying matcha for the first time a few years ago and still use the utensils and chawan often :)
+1 Poohblah and ent! :mrgreen:

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