How To Make Japanese Matcha Green Tea - Home Video Tutorials
How to Make Traditional Japanese Matcha at Home.
Tools for Artful Simplicity: You'll need a chasen (bamboo whisk). A chashaku (bamboo scoop). A chawan (matcha tea bowl) or miso soup bowls or rice bowls work as well—you can use any wide-set dish that you can sip from comfortably. Where to find the tools of the traditional trade? Browse our shop to your collect own.
Share your creation: We'd love to see your best #MatchaMoment on our Instagram, @MizubaTeaCo. or on our Facebook.
Take Your Matcha To-Go!
Craving a frothy cup of Matcha green tea for your workday grind or your afternoon kick? To the beach or on a hike? In a rush and on-the-go?
Don't fret! You can take your matcha anywhere!
You can make your Mizuba matcha in a travel mug and take it with you anywhere in a pinch. We show you how to make Matcha green tea quickly and easily using a simple, air-tight to-go tumbler and hot water. Now all you need is Mizuba Matcha!
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When we want to show off a fun little matcha twist for parties or lounging by the pool, this is our go-to. Check out our easy to follow along recipe and make your healthy Mizuba soda in less time than it takes to say "I want a #matchamoment."