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Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Matcha Café Maiko opens on Mills Avenue this weekend with all manner of eye-opening treats

Posted By on Wed, Dec 23, 2020 at 4:03 PM

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If you find yourself on Mill Avenue this weekend in need of a tasty energy-boost, but are not in the mood for coffee, the newly opening Matcha Café Maiko might just have your number.

Matcha Café Maiko, new purveyor of premium green-tea ice cream, floats, lattes, teas and more, will be celebrating their grand opening weekend on Dec. 26-27.



To mark the occasion, Matcha Café will be offering a 30 percent discount on all menu items.

The café uses organic ceremonial-grade matcha and hojicha powders directly from the 300-year-old Harima Gardens in Kyoto, Japan.

Matcha Café Maiko is located at 639 N. Mills Ave.

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