Matcha Sticks from Toho Farm (2g x 7 sticks)

Producer: Toho Farm
ID: 98
Sticks of matcha that you can take on the go to enjoy delicious tea anywhere you are. Just add to water, shake, and enjoy!
¥ 1,350
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This stick-type matcha makes it easy to enjoy rare and delicious Japanese tea anytime. The tea leaves that make up this matcha were grown at an altitude of 600 meters. The high altitude, clear air, and fresh spring water that went into the production of this matcha give it a clean, natural, and refreshing taste. To enjoy this matcha, simply add a stick to a bottle with 500ml of water and shake. Add some ice for a summer treat, and enjoy cooling down with a cup of refreshingly chilled matcha. 2g x 7 sticks are included.
Dietary Restrictions
  • Gluten-free
  • Vegetarian
  • Pescetarian
Technical Details
  • Product weight: 14 gr
  • Product height: 1 cm
  • Product width: 13 cm
  • Product length: 18 cm
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Region
Matcha Sticks from Toho Farm (2g x 7 sticks) is produced in Shizuoka prefecture.
Producer
Toho Farm
Shizuoka Prefecture
Toho Farm grows tea leaves 600 meters above sea level in the heart of Shizuoka Prefecture. Growing tea at this extreme elevation requires great skill and is one of the ways Toho Farm takes advantage of the unique characteristics of the Kawane region. At this altitude, the air is fresh and clean, which brings out the natural flavors in the tea that is produced. Toho Farm is part of the Kawane Matcha Group, and uses an organic grassland farming technique that has been recognized as a "Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System."