Easy Iced Matcha Latte

The key to making an iced matcha latte without a whisk is SIFTING your matcha first. This where we finally found a use for the tea ball. You can use any tea strainer or a flour whisk to sift matcha. Static electricity causes matcha powder to clump. Sifting will make sure that your latte is clump-free. No one likes a clump of powder in their drink.

 

WATCH THE VIDEO! Thanks Spring Activator for shooting this.

What you'll need:

  • mason jar with a tight lid
  • ice
  • almond milk (or your milk of choice)
  • simple syrup, agave or maple syrup (optional)
  • vanilla extract (optional)
  • matcha (We used our Organic Classic Grade Matcha)


Add ice to your mason jar and fill with almond milk. Sweeten as desired and add 1/2 tsp of vanilla extract. Sift a teaspoon of matcha into the jar (or sift it into a separate bowl first if that's easier). Put the lid on your jar and shake for 15-20 seconds or until all the matcha is "dissolved". Technically, that matcha is suspended in the liquid, so you'll likely have to stir it up periodically as you drink it. 

Got a whisk and a little more time? You can whisk the matcha in 2 oz of 80 degree (175°F) water, fill jar with ice and almond milk, sweetener and vanilla extract and shake!

Thank you to Spring Activator for taking these photos of our latte-makin'! 

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