How to Make a Matcha Latte at Home
It is time to put on your green apron and to channel your inner barista.
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Okay, let's begin.
We like to think of matcha latte as a combination of ingredients.
And we think starting simple is the best. Less can be better.
A great matcha latte really only needs three or even two ingredients + a splash of water.
Here is our go to formula for delicious matcha lattes:
milk of choice (dairy or plant) +
a sweetener =
a perfect latte.
Find your favorite milk!
Find your favorite sweetener!
Maybe even consider trying it without a sweetener -- especially if you are using the Master's Supreme Ceremonial Blend -- it will allow you to better appreciate the flavors of the matcha.
Oat Milk Matcha Latte in the Microwave
We are in love with Planet Oat plant based milk.
We apologize to any vegans, but we are in love with the flavors honey creates.
In this video, we are going to show you how to make our favorite matcha latte!
Step by Step Directions:
Step 1: Measure one cup of oat milk into a microwave-safe vessel.
Step 2: Heat the oat milk on high for 2 minutes and 15 seconds.
Step 3: Measure out 1/2-1 teaspoon of Matcha Project Morning Barista Blend and pour into the hot oat milk.*
increase according to taste preference. we personally like 1+ teaspoons.
Step 4: Stir, stir, stir.
Step 5: Next up is the honey. we like it sweet so we would say at least 1 teaspoon into the matcha drink.
Step 6: Stir, stir, stir.
Step 7: Pour into any mug that makes you smile.
Step 8: Enjoy!
Fun fact: our founder, Chase, dabbled as one of the green-apron wearing baristas for a few years in high school and college. As a complete addict to iced white chocolate mochas, it would have been insanity for Chase to begin to consider the thought of giving up coffee in favor of tea. Want to read about his journey to tea and ultimately starting matcha project? The story is made up of a series of random events spread out over 10 years.