Matcha

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Matcha

 

a plexus of mountains in the Pamir-Alai system (Tadzhik SSR), located in the upper course of the Zeravshan River (Matcha River), at the junction of the Turkestan, Zeravshan (framing the Zeravshan River valley from the north and south), and Alai mountain ranges. Elevation, to 5,621 m at the easternmost end of the Turkestan Range. There are large glaciers.


Matcha

 

the name of the upper course of the Zeravshan River as far as the mouth of the Fandar’ia (Tadzhik SSR).

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Ruby red oranges of a type grown only at the foot of the Mount Etna volcano in Sicily are used in Blood Orange Sorbet; Japanese Maccha green tea is mixed with white chocolate in Green Tea Gelato; Blackberry Cabernet Sorbet is based on a traditional Northern Italian dessert that combines fresh blackberries and red wine with a drop of lemon juice and sugar; and Dulce de Leche Gelato is derived from the popular Argentine caramel dessert.
Ikkyu's special product Daitoku-ji Natto, and its pungent flavor, created an exquisite harmony of flavors with the mild sweet wagashi and bitter maccha.
I discussed with Ishii the historical problem of inconsistent transliteration from Japanese into English of the tea: macha, matcha, maccha, mattcha, and so on.