Tia Maria Matcha Cream Liqueur 700mL

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Description

Tia Maria Matcha is created using natural matcha tea extract providing a natural caffeine, floral and refreshing twist. When growing Matcha, tea growers cover their fields with large dark nets for two to four weeks before harvesting the tea leaves. As a result of this light deprivation (up to 90%), the plants produce more chlorophyll and amino acids, thus giving the final product its special and delicious sweetness. The matcha leaves are then ground in artisanal granite stone mills in order to fully preserve the colour, flavour and aroma of Matcha.

Simply pour in a short glass over an ice sphere. 

Tasting Note: A creamy liqueur with the distinctive flavours and natural caffeine of Japanese green Matcha tea extract, providing a floral and refreshing twist with a smooth finish.

Additional Details

SKU:
14882-NGB-UNIT
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Japan
Alcohol %:
17
Style:
Cream Liqueur
Varietal:
Liqueur

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