"I love DōMatcha green tea; the flavor is very earthy and
healthy. I feel it gives me a pick me up without the jitters
of regular caffeine. Thank you for bringing your product to
Canada. I've got my 80 year old parents drinking it. Both
have given up coffee and feel much better for it. We all do.
Mrs. Schafer, Victoria, BC
Try some of these Matcha Green Tea RecipesIs it tea or juice? Either way, everyone agrees that
Master Handa's juicy matcha recipe is delicious! Now we want
to share it with everyone else:
Master Handa's Juicy Matcha Recipe
1/2 to 1 teaspoon of DōMatcha
6 ounces of water
6 ounces of juice, preferably a thick all-fruit drink such
as Odwalla fruit smoothies
Mix the matcha and water together thoroughly. Pour
juice in a separate glass, and add add matcha mix on top to
form a lovely two-layered effect. You can also mix the
matcha directly into the juice for a refreshing drink any
time of day!
Matcha Green Tea Latte Recipe
For one 12oz to 16oz serving: Blend 1-2 teaspoons of
DōMatcha™ and a small amount of liquid with a spoon to make
a smooth paste. You can use hot or cold milk as well as
vanilla soy, rice or almond milk. Add more liquid and
sweeten as desired. Try adding chai spices, vanilla or white
chocolate syrups for delicious variations!
Matcha Green Tea Frappe Recipe
For one 12oz to 16oz serving: Mix 1-2 teaspoons of
DōMatcha™ with cold milk or vanilla soy/rice/almond milk and
some ice cubes in a blender. Add sweetener, fruit or a
sprinkle of cinnamon as desired. So easy and so good!
"Jade Lemonade" Matcha Recipe
A new twist on a summer favorite: lemonade with a
touch of matcha! Tangy lemonade goes perfectly with the
sweet, mellow flavors of matcha green tea.
Simply add 1/2 teaspoon of matcha to 8 ounces of lemonade,
and mix. This jade green refresher is perfect for those hot
summer afternoons. Just sip, and relax!
Tea & Spice Matcha Chai Recipe
Add some spice to your routine with this terrific
chai recipe, made with vanilla almond milk and DōMatcha™
green tea (serves two):
16 ounces vanilla almond milk
1-2 cardamom pods
1/8 teaspoon peppercorns
1/4 cinnamon stick
3 whole cloves
1/8 inch slice of fresh ginger
1/4 teaspoon dried fennel seeds
1 bay leaf (optional)
1 teaspoon DōMatcha™
Bring almond milk and spices to a boil. Boil for 5 minutes,
then simmer for 10 minutes. Strain into a blender. Let the
mixture cool down for a few minutes, then add 1 teaspoon of
DōMatcha™ and blend. You can also make a DōMatcha™ Chai
Frappe by blending with ice. Mmm-matcha!