Guide: How to Make Matcha
Matcha is packed with vitamins and antioxidants. Because it is powdered, the tea is not steeped like a normal tea, but infused and consumed directly. Matcha traces its origins to Japan where the tea is used for drinking and in cooking. Our organic ceremonial grade matcha is from the Nishio region of Japan. Because you are literally drinking the tea leaf, matcha is a much richer cup than regular tea. Enjoy this matcha on its own or as a latte with milk and sugar.
To make matcha you'll need access to hot water, a matcha whisk, matcha bowl and of course matcha!
Measure out 1 teaspoon of matcha.
Place your teaspoon of matcha into the matcha bowl.
Add hot water. (Note: Do not use boiling hot water. 180°F is ideal.)
Infusion Strength - Water Amount
Light - 200 ml
Medium - 150 ml
Strong - 100 ml
Whisk away! We recommend briskly whisking in a "M" motion until the matcha is nice and frothy. Enjoy! (Note: Remember to whisk again if matcha is left sitting.)