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.
If you repeat the word "Matcha Chai" over and over again, you will get a great latina song.
Please. Do not add NesQuick Strawberry chocolate to your latte.
Once whipped, join your hands and lean forward. That's it, you are a homegrown Japanese.
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.
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.