Yuzu Midori - N°328

€ 20,00


incl. VAT plus shipping € 400,00/kg
incl. VAT

€ 20

€ 400/kg
GrassyCitrusGrapefruit
Variant: Refill Bag - 50g brews 25 cups

Quantity

Only few available, delivery time 2-4 days within EU

Only few available, delivery time 2-4 days within EU

Kostenloser Versand ab 39 €

Geschenk ab 60 €

This potent kukicha green tea blend, generously dosed with rich matcha powder, and paired with the fragrant tart rinds of prized Japanese Yuzu citrus, makes for a delightfully refreshing, invigorating and nutritious bright green cup.

Ingredients

Japanese green tea* (85%), yuzu peel*, yuzu powder* (*certified organic)

Preparation
Quantity Temperature Time
2 tsp / 250 ml 70.0° C 1 infusion 1 min.
2 infusion 1 min.

Background Knowledge

The citrus fruit yuzu has become much of a recent culinary trend in the west, famed for its sour and tart qualities—a sort of sharp hybrid of lime, lemon, and grapefruit with an incredible fragrance. Contrary to its novel status, Yuzu in its native east has held a tradition as long as tea. Coined the king of aromatics, yuzu is a versatile flavoring agent in Asian cuisine, often used as a seasoning spice to add a citrusy component to an umami palate. A remedial household tea in Korea mixes yuzu with honey, while in Japan a winter solstice tradition of bathing with yuzu fruits is believed to defend one's health.

Tasting Notes

grassy, citrus, grapefruit

Ingredients

Japanese green tea* (85%), yuzu peel*, yuzu powder* (*certified organic)

Preparation

Quantity Temperature Time
2 tsp / 250 ml 70° C 1 infusion 1 min.
2 infusion 1 min.

Background Knowledge

The citrus fruit yuzu has become much of a recent culinary trend in the west, famed for its sour and tart qualities—a sort of sharp hybrid of lime, lemon, and grapefruit with an incredible fragrance. Contrary to its novel status, Yuzu in its native east has held a tradition as long as tea. Coined the king of aromatics, yuzu is a versatile flavoring agent in Asian cuisine, often used as a seasoning spice to add a citrusy component to an umami palate. A remedial household tea in Korea mixes yuzu with honey, while in Japan a winter solstice tradition of bathing with yuzu fruits is believed to defend one's health.


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