Tasting package


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Product number: 44444.1
Product information "Tasting package"

Article no. 44444.1

The all-round carefree bundle for extensive tea tasting!
The package includes:

- Kabuse Sencha Tasting Set with 5x15g premium semi-shade green tea

- a classic Kyusu side handle pot (230ml) with integrated stainless steel strainer for preparation

- a tea thermometer

- a green tea info brochure with information about the teas, production and preparation. (Please note that the package automatically includes the GERMAN Info. Simply add the english version to your order for free if needed!)

Experiment with the water temperature, the dosage and the different varieties - there is so much to discover!

It's a long way to becoming a tea expert
And a great time getting there

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