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DIY matcha latte

Lifestyle > Japanese

How to make a matcha latte at home?

Matcha lattes at the café are packed with sugar and sweetened milk, here's how to be a badass b and make it DIY at home.

By: Candice Kumai

 Respek thy 🍵 matcha +your hot body⚡️⚡️

Here’s what you’ll need:
-High powered blender, like a Vitamix
-Matcha powder from Japan (Look for ceremonial grade from Japan, like Matcha Love)
-Boiled water, cooled for 5 minutes
-Almond or coconut milk (unsweetened saves you inflammation + sugar)
-Coconut butter (optional if using a blender only, adds satiation)

1- Boil water and cool for 5 minutes to 175-185 degrees F, matcha is best made with water slightly under boiling.
2-Add your matcha powder to a bone dry blender.
3- Add slightly cooled post boiling water. Whisk in M and N motions causing your chasen or blend on high.
4-Add your almond, coconut milk or milk of choice. Add coconut butter in to blender only if using. Blend on high or whisk in milk.
SERVE ⚡️⚡️⚡️🍵🍵


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