Matchaschale Rakuyaki - Unikat

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Handgefertigte, Raku-Yaki Matchaschale (Chawan) mit einer spannenden Glasur, mit einer rauchigen grauen Färbung die an einigen Stellen das klassische Raku-Rot andeutet. Die Glasur hat ein paar kleine Aussparungen bei denen der Ton darunter zum Vorschein kommt.
Am Fuß der Schale befindet sicheine Prägung mit dem Zeichen für "Raku".

Die Schale ist etwa 8cm hoch, hat einen Durchmesser von 11,5cm und wiegt 336g. Befüllt werden Matchaschalen eigentlich nie ganz, sondern nur zu etwa 1/3 mit ca. 100ml pro Portion.

Pflegehinweis


Spülen Sie die Schalen vor und nach dem Gebrauch mit heißem Wasser und lassen Sie sie anschließend gut trocknen bevor sie in Holzbox, Karton oder Regal verstaut werden. So wird insbesondere bei Schalen mit rissiger oder poröser Oberfläche vermieden, dass der Tee sich im Ton anreichert, was mit der Zeit zu unbedenklichen aber unangenehmen Gerüchen führen kann.
Beim Erstbebrauch kann bei manchen Schalen durch den Brand ein muffiger Geruch entstehen. Durch (eventuell wiederholtes) Befüllen und Ausspülen mit einem kräftigen heißen Tee wie Hojicha oder Bancha verfliegt dieser.

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Die Matchaschale stammt aus der Sammlung von Markus Hastenpflug - KEIKO Gründer und Geschäftsführer und leidenschaftlicher Sammler einzigartiger Japanischer Teekeramiken. Bisher waren diese Stücke nur den Besuchern unseres Teehauses in Diepholz vorbehalten - nun möchten wir Ihnen auch online einige der Schalen vorstellen.

Lesen Sie mehr zu der Sammelleidenschaft von Markus Hastenpflug in unserem Grüntee Blog

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The Matcha Premium has a very well-rounded taste. Slightly mild and nut-like it balances between tartness and sweetness. It has an intense fragrance and a strong green colour. Matcha Premium is particularly suitable for thin preparation (Usucha). Genuine Japanese Matcha freshly ground in Germany The tea plants from which Matcha is made are traditionally 90% shaded. The plants develop a lot of chlorophyll, theanine and caffeine, but slightly fewer bitter substances. After steaming & drying the tea leaves, the leaf tissue is separated from the leaf veins. The delicate, flake-like leaf tissue particles are called "Tencha" and are later very slowly ground into high-quality Matcha on traditional granite stone mills. In order to preserve the sensitive ingredients in the best possible way, we at KEIKO grind the Matcha on genuine Japanese granite stone mills directly at our location in Diepholz, fresh when required. Did you know that traditional Matcha develops uniquely fine aromas, from mild and nut-like to intensive and grassy thanks to the elaborate production techniques? Storage In order to preserve the precious aromas and ingredients of Matcha in the best possible way, we recommend to seal the Matcha well and store it in a cool and dark place.

Content: 0.03 kg (€860.00* / 1 kg)

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Content: 0.03 kg (€1,366.67* / 1 kg)

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Content: 0.03 kg (€1,133.33* / 1 kg)

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Available, delivery time: 1-3 working days (in Germany)

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Matcha Tekiro is characterized above all by its fresh, slightly grassy and almost sweet fruity taste. A delicate tart note is found here combined with an intense fragrance and jade green foam. Matcha Tekiro is ideal for thin liquid preparation (Usucha). Genuine Japanese Matcha freshly ground in Germany The tea plants from which Matcha is made are traditionally 90% shaded. The plants develop a lot of chlorophyll, theanine and caffeine, but slightly fewer bitter substances. After steaming & drying the tea leaves, the leaf tissue is separated from the leaf veins. The delicate, flake-like leaf tissue particles are called "Tencha" and are later very slowly ground into high-quality Matcha on traditional granite stone mills. In order to preserve the sensitive ingredients in the best possible way, we at KEIKO grind the Matcha on genuine Japanese granite stone mills directly at our location in Diepholz, fresh when required. Did you know that traditional Matcha develops uniquely fine aromas, from mild and nut-like to intensive and grassy thanks to the elaborate production techniques? Storage In order to preserve the precious aromas and ingredients of Matcha in the best possible way, we recommend to seal the Matcha well and store it in a cool and dark place.

Content: 0.03 kg (€960.00* / 1 kg)

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Available, delivery time: 1-3 working days (in Germany)

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Handgefertigte, Raku-Yaki Matchaschale (Chawan) mit einer spannenden Glasur, mit einer rauchigen grauen Färbung die an einigen Stellen das klassische Raku-Rot andeutet. Die Glasur hat ein paar kleine Aussparungen bei denen der Ton darunter zum Vorschein kommt.Am Fuß der Schale befindet sicheine Prägung mit dem Zeichen für "Raku". Die Schale ist etwa 8cm hoch, hat einen Durchmesser von 11,5cm und wiegt 336g. Befüllt werden Matchaschalen eigentlich nie ganz, sondern nur zu etwa 1/3 mit ca. 100ml pro Portion.PflegehinweisSpülen Sie die Schalen vor und nach dem Gebrauch mit heißem Wasser und lassen Sie sie anschließend gut trocknen bevor sie in Holzbox, Karton oder Regal verstaut werden. So wird insbesondere bei Schalen mit rissiger oder poröser Oberfläche vermieden, dass der Tee sich im Ton anreichert, was mit der Zeit zu unbedenklichen aber unangenehmen Gerüchen führen kann. Beim Erstbebrauch kann bei manchen Schalen durch den Brand ein muffiger Geruch entstehen. Durch (eventuell wiederholtes) Befüllen und Ausspülen mit einem kräftigen heißen Tee wie Hojicha oder Bancha verfliegt dieser.TeekeramikAusstellungDie Matchaschale stammt aus der Sammlung von Markus Hastenpflug - KEIKO Gründer und Geschäftsführer und leidenschaftlicher Sammler einzigartiger Japanischer Teekeramiken. Bisher waren diese Stücke nur den Besuchern unseres Teehauses in Diepholz vorbehalten - nun möchten wir Ihnen auch online einige der Schalen vorstellen.Lesen Sie mehr zu der Sammelleidenschaft von Markus Hastenpflug in unserem Grüntee Blogr12

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Content: 0.03 kg (€1,366.67* / 1 kg)

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Available, delivery time: 1-3 working days (in Germany)