Matcha tea is at the heart of the Japanese tradition. This green powder with a thousand virtues is excellent prepared in a traditional way or in a latte.
Once whipped, join your hands and lean forward. That's it, you are a homegrown Japanese.
Please. Do not add NesQuick Strawberry chocolate to your latte.
Please. Do not add French Vanilla Concentrate to your matcha latte.
Trying to be authentic during your next tasting, Oishi desu! means: " it's delicious ! " in Japanese. Or is it " Where are the restrooms ? " My Japanese is bit rusty.
If you repeat the word "Matcha Chai" over and over again, you will get a great latina song.
Use your bamboo whip to dissolve your Matcha like a pro. Japanese tea master Rikyû would be proud! On the other hand, you do not have to drink it resting in your knees ... anyway.