Let’s talk about matcha 🌱
Updated: Apr 22, 2021
A real antioxidant bomb of finely milled nutritious green tea leaves. Amongst people it’s either the most scrumptious match on Tinder or an easy «ooooff, nah nah NAAAH, swipe LEFT»-kind of situation.
At our place we hand-whisk «premium graded matcha»* in our vegan Matcha Latte and Matchata. Raving reviews about the drinks have been given to us from matcha loving-people, which we appreciate!
If it’s your first time drinking matcha and you don’t find it enjoyable: don’t be discouraged. Matcha is a hit or miss, as any other flavours in this world, and you’ll have to try it yourself to see which team you are on. Even in our very own TeaOlogy-fam, we have staff & team members who are deeply in love with it, and 2-3 people who don’t find it smacking.
So our question to you: what do you think about matcha? Have you tried any of our drinks with matcha?
Have a lovely weekend, good folks! 🐘🍵💚
(😭😭 PLEASE, the way our hands went ➡️⬅️⬅️➡️💨🌪🌪🌪🌪💨🌪 to shake the drinks. We sure ✨love✨ well-shaken drinks. Make sure to do the same, boo)
*Matcha is separeted into ceremonial and culinary, based on production, harvest, use, color, texture, flavour and quality.
Ceremonial is exlusively drunken by whisking with hot water. It has been used in Japanese tea ceremonies for centuries, and still is. It’s counterintuitive to add anything other than water, since the finely green tea powder in itself has its charm, sweetness and purity.
Culinary has simply another flavour profile. It has a wider range of usage in baking and cooking, since it’s made differently. It’s subdivided into five grades: premium, café, ingredient, kitchen and classic.
Premium grade is the highest quality among the five grades in culinary matcha, and that’s the one we use in our drinks. Enjoy!
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