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This China green tea’s flavor balances the ethereal fragrance, like drinking the nectar of fresh flowers.
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This organic matcha is great to use in a in the traditional Japanese Tea ceremonies or great to add to smoothies and other beverages to add extra dose of antioxidants to your daily routine.
Recommended Equipment: Ceremonial Matcha Tea Set
Traditional Japanese Preparation
Bring purified water to a boil and let cool down to 176 °F. If you have a programmable tea kettle you can also key in the correct temperature and heat water accordingly.
Add around 2 grams or 2 bamboo tea scoops of the matcha powder to your matcha bowl. If you don't have a tea scoop, use 1 teaspoon of matcha. Often the matcha may have some lumps in it. Add a small amount of cold water and use your whisk to dissolve any lumps in to a smooth paste.
Add 2.5 oz.-3 oz. of hot water to the bowl. Use the whisk to froth the matcha until all of the large bubbles are gone. It usually take around 15-30 seconds to whisk. (Remember though you can of course whisk to personal preference). When ready to drink, the liquid should look thick and frothy with tiny bubbles.
You can make a thicker style matcha by adding more matcha powder to the bowl and adjust with water to taste.
The iced green Macha tea is delicious!
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