Have you ever wondering how to make matcha (aka finely ground green tea, traditionally served in Japan but  it's even used at Starbucks!) Use a bamboo whisk to turn the emerald green powder and hot water into a foamy, frothy beverage! It's slightly tannic and grassy with water alone — so you can definitely add sugar, honey, agave as well as the milk of your choice to make it smoother and sweeter.

3 Methods For Making Matcha

Have you ever wondering how to make matcha (aka finely ground green tea, traditionally served in Japan but it's even used at Starbucks!) Use a bamboo whisk to turn the emerald green powder and hot water into a foamy, frothy beverage! It's slightly tannic and grassy with water alone — so you can definitely add sugar, honey, agave as well as the milk of your choice to make it smoother and sweeter.

thats so cute; the cup, the flower and the drink its self is my favourite colour!!

thats so cute; the cup, the flower and the drink its self is my favourite colour!!

Japanese matcha tea – I'm no coffee drinker. A strong matcha tea can really push you and it doesn't taste like black coffee.

Japanese matcha tea – I'm no coffee drinker. A strong matcha tea can really push you and it doesn't taste like black coffee.

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