It's often been said that Japan doesn't have a coffee culture but this kust isn't true: drip-brew coffee has been around in Tokyo, Osaka, and the other big cities of Japan for over a century and the Japanese attention to detail can make even the most mundane cup of coffee taste like a real delicacy. Or they will take the extra step and try something really daring, like the Wakocha Tea-Coffee Blend, a unique bridge between the cultures of coffee and tea.
As the name suggests, the makers of Wakocha Tea-Coffee Blend have found a great blend of tencha, the best quality tea that is powdered and becomes the matcha tea used in the tea ceremony, from Nishio in Aichi Prefecture and a mix of roasted coffee beans from overseas. Presented in a beautiful wooden box and accompanied by a set of filters made from handmade washi paper and a jar of coffee bean honey, the result will appeal to both coffee and tea drinkers.
The Wakocha Tea-Coffee Blend features: