Sencha green tea powder pastry or ice-cream 50g

Kagawa Prefecture (Shikoku island) is known for its quality teas. Our sencha powder is totally different from matcha powder. Notes are fresher, more herbaceous and subtle, without bitterness.

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6.30€ TTC

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This product is approved by a large majority of pastry and chocolate makers, but also chefs. Its success is huge among ice cream makers (use it according to the desired result: 1 in 3g, for 60 in 80g of final products).

  • Ingredients : 100% sencha tea powder
  • Packaging : 50g net aluminized sachet
  • Storage : keep dry away from high temperatures
  • Origin : Kagawa, JAPAN
  • Nutritional values : Per 100 g : energy 392 kcal (1659 kJ) ; fat 5,0 g, of which saturates 0,9 g ; carbohydrate 53 g, of which sugars 8,5 g ; protein 33 g ; salt traces.
You’ll discover – or rediscover – all the flavour and quality of an age-old gastronomy which is both simple and top of the range : Japanese gastronomy.
The elaboration of the products and articles carefully and lovingly chosen by Nishikidôri Market – almost all of them natural, without additives, preservatives or colour – follow Japanese tradition to the letter. To the greatest satisfaction of chefs throughout the world... and now yours !


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Sencha green tea powder pastry or ice-cream 50g

Sencha green tea powder pastry or ice-cream 50g

Kagawa Prefecture (Shikoku island) is known for its quality teas. Our sencha powder is totally different from matcha powder. Notes are fresher, more herbaceous and subtle, without bitterness.

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