Who knew love could be so sweet? 🍡💝🍬
For love of all shapes and sizes, we are thrilled to share this tea set that includes a tin of our Japanese ceremonial matcha with ohigashi, a small candy eaten alongside tea in chadō, or Japanese tea ceremony.
For matcha recommendations, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to help you select the perfect matcha for your beloved.
Each set is lovingly wrapped in pink-Tekuno bows and include a complimentary card. Please write your gift note in the "Special Instructions" section at checkout.
Includes (1) 20g tin of ceremonial matcha and (1) bag of ohigashi—approximately 20 pieces.
A type of Japanese sweet, ohigashi is commonly eaten with Japanese teas to counterbalance any bitterness the tea may have. It is served in Japanese tea ceremony alongside usucha, ceremonial matcha whisked into a froth.
This ohigashi is made from wasanbon, a fine-grained Japanese sugar made from sugarcane plants known as taketō. Wasanbon is considered one of the highest grades of sugar in Japan, with the process of harvesting, drying, kneading, and sieving taking about 20 days.
Wasanbon is mixed with a small amount of water, pressed into molds, and dried to create ohigashi.
Contains wasanbon (sugar), water. Made in Osaka, Japan.