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Special Drinks with Matcha

Drinking matcha is the new rage for its health benefits and refreshing flavor.
Try one of these matcha tea recipes to wake up in the morning or get re-energized during the day!

Matcha Latte

Matcha Latte is the classic, go-to soft-drink containing matcha. It is gaining popularity and popping up at more and more cafes and tea houses, but the best matcha latte is still the one you can make at home! This simple Matcha Latte recipe is a great way to start exploring matcha soft-drinks.

INGREDIENTS:

STEPS:

  1. Swift the matcha powder into a bowl.
  2. Pour the water over it and whisk it with a chasen.
  3. Pour the matcha into a mug.
  4. Warm and froth the milk.
  5. Gently pour the milk over the matcha in the mug.

TIP: We use lactose-free milk for this recipe, which is sweeter than normal milk. If you make it with normal milk, we suggest adding a teaspoon of Brown Sugar.

Try Matcha Latte cold! 
Pour cold, frothed milk over ice and slowly pour the matcha prepared with cold water over it. Use a glass cup, to enjoy the white and green layers!
 

Matcha Melange

This is a sweet, delightful Matcha drink, with layers that look great in a glass cup. Amaze your friends and family with this stylish, delicious drink!

INGREDIENTS:

STEPS:

  1. Put the honey into a glass cup.
  2. Very slowly pour the warm, frothed milk over it, so the honey doesn’t mix with the milk.
  3. Let the milk sit for a minute, so the froth separates from the milk.
  4. Swift the matcha powder into a separate bowl.
  5. Pour the water over it and whisk it with a chasen.
  6. Gently pour the matcha into the milk, creating a green layer between the milk and the froth.

TIP: When pouring the matcha, try pouring it into the same spot in the middle so the top of the drink would look neat.

 

Cinnamon Matcha Latte

Add a twist to your Matcha Latte and spice things up with a little Cinnamon!

INGREDIENTS:

STEPS:

  1. Swift the Cinnamon matcha powder into a bowl.
  2. Pour the water over it and whisk it with a chasen.
  3. Pour the matcha into a mug.
  4. Add the Brown Sugar
  5. Warm and froth the milk.
  6. Gently pour the milk over the matcha in the mug.

 

Matcha Coffee Latte

Another layered specialty! Get an extra energy boost from this delicious mix of matcha and coffee.

INGREDIENTS:

STEPS:

  1. Warm and froth the milk.
  2. Swift the matcha powder into a separate bowl.
  3. Pour the water over it and whisk it with a chasen.
  4. Gently mix the milk and the matcha, so the milk and the froth will turn completely green.
  5. Pour the matcha milk into a glass cup, then let it sit for a minute, so the froth separates.
  6. Slowly pour the coffee into the matcha milk, creating a brown layer between the green milk and froth.

TIP: Dripped coffee works especially great for this recipe!

 

HoujiCHA cappucino

As a black sheep amongst these recipes, Houjicha Cappucino has Houjicha powder instead of Matcha. With less caffeine, Houjicha Cappucino is a perfect drink for cozying up for the evening.

INGREDIENTS:

STEPS:

  1. Swift the cinnamon and houjicha powder into a bowl.
  2. Pour the water over it and whisk it with a chasen.
  3. Pour the houjicha into a mug.
  4. Add the Brown Sugar
  5. Warm and froth the milk.
  6. Gently pour the milk over the matcha in the mug.
  7. Put whipped cream on top.

 

EXTRA TIPS

MILK
Our milk choices for these recipes are based on our experiences, but they work well with any kind of milk. We encourage you to try it with your favorite kind!

MILK FROTHER 
To froth plant-based milk, like almond, rice, soy or coconut milk, you might need special frothing devices. These milk alternatives have a very different structure than regular or lactose-free milk, so they need devices that “put the air in” the froth.


Good luck in the kitchen
and have a wonderful tea time!

 

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