Remember yesterday when I told you that McDonald’s Japan starts its annual matcha appreciation campaign by offering limited and delicious green tea cakes, lattes, and frappes? Forget that! Better invest your hard-earned in this amazing Nestlé machine, named NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto, that makes you green tea at the touch of a button. Yes, it’s pure magic!
The popular, and somehow controversial, food manufacturer has recently announced that it will be adding “Uji Matcha” to the line of drinks available for its NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto beverage machine. The new flavor, which features tea from the famous tea-producing region of Kyoto’s Uji City, allows you to enjoy the delicate taste of matcha without the fuss of preparing tea the traditional way.
Problem is, though: Those “Uji Matcha” are limited. And only available in Japan. Of course. That means you have to get a NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto right here, and then you import tons of “Uji Matcha” from Japan. They should be enough until Nestlé offers the next ones. Makes sense. The “Uji Matcha” flavor will be available from October 1 at convenience stores, electronics shops, and supermarkets across Japan as well as on their online shop at a price of 908 yen. And now repeat after me: Matcha is the best thing ever!
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