A FAMOUS POWDERED TEA USED FOR JAPANESE TEA CEREMONY
Matcha provides a rich flavor with some light astringent undertones. When whisked it turns into a delightful creamy foam.
STEEPING TECHNIQUES (1 person serving)
The below are basic instructions on how to make matcha tea for one person. Since we are farmers and not tea ceremony masters, we encourage you to experiment to get just the right taste…more powder for a thicker taste, more water for a thinner taste, etc. Basic tools: The one tool that you really should have is a bamboo whisk or chasen. The fine needles allow the matcha to froth. You should also use a bowl instead of a cup. A bowl, being wider, will allow you more room to whisk the matcha. A chashaku is also great from measuring your matcha powder and gives you the true Japanese experience.
STEEPING INFO (1 person serving)