If you like it very gentle, use this single-threaded superfine merino to create light airy shawls. At least as exciting are their own color creations with multiple threads of different colors. You can even create your own rainbow gradients by changing the colors of the individual threads.
What does the 30/2 actually stand for? That means, the yarn runs on 30 meters on 1 gram, so on 100 gram 3000 meters. The 2 means that it is twisted twice, so that two threads are next to each other. That is, you only have half the run length per gram (because the thread is now twice as heavy) = 1500m / 100g. Then we divide by 2 to get to 50g, that is how we come to the specified 750m / 50g.