Creamy matcha white chocolate surrounds two airy wafers for a light yet rich treat. Matcha has achieved global popularity due to its unique flavor that is naturally sweet and earthy, with a tinge of bitterness. One of the oldest forms of tea in Japan, matcha has been grown and produced there for centuries. To make matcha, green tea leaves are picked and dried, then stone-ground into a fine powder. This simple biscuit sheds flair for flavor and focuses solely on allowing the high-quality matcha to shine.
Featured in June '19 Bokksu: Traditional Flavors of Japan.