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73618 Cookies for Japanese tea, LovA

Tea Around Project

LovA Japanese restaurant in Uji sells delicious breads every Friday, with carefully selected ingredients. Fascinated by thire bread, I ask the chef to bake rice flour cookies specially suitable for Japanese green tea.
This time, baked with summery ingredients such as figs, coconut and brown sugar from Hateruma Island, carefully and gently prepared baked cookies.
Brown rice flour cookie

This year also received a share of brown rice flour from Mr. Tanida's rice field where fireflies gather. from LovA

Product name Brown rice flour cookie
Size   approx 27x35x7mm x24pieces
(Hateruma, Okinawa brown sugar x6 Uji Sencha & Ehime Kawachi citrus x6 Coconuts & Rosemary x6 Figs & Cinnamon x6)
Name   Cookies
Ingredients   brown rice flour, almond poodle, cornstarch, organic soy milk, organic extra virgin coconut oil, rape seed oil, cane sugar, brown sugar, beet sugar, green tea, Kawachi citrus, bamboo charcoal salt, coconut fine, rosemary, organic dried figs, cinnamon

Price 1,512 JPY

Best Before  October 7, 2021

Keep away from high temperature and humidity.

Manufactured by LovA   83 Ichiban, Uji, Uji-city Kyoto, Japan

Storage method
Store in the refrigerator after opening the package, especially in summer, to keep the color and aroma intact and reduces moisture. Store the containers in a ziplock bag in the refrigerator to prevent the smell of other foods may be absorbed.

item number
73618
Name
73618 Cookies for Japanese tea, LovA
Price
1,512 JPY

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