Matcha milk tea, green milk tea with bubbles, iced matcha latte, it has many names but one true identity, it’s beautiful green tones and color. Becoming more popular by the years from coffee shops, bubble tea cafes or boba shops, this classic milk tea brings a smile to many people!
With aromas and deep flavors originating from green tea leaves (camellia sinensis) typically grown in Japan, your taste buds will appreciate you.
The flavors are characterized as deep, aromatic and earthy with a beautiful sweet after taste that’s one of kind. Paired with the right sweetener and consistency from milk, the matcha milk tea is perfect for new bubble tea drinkers and self proclaimed boba veterans.
Read more to get the full recipe below and try it for yourself at home, it’s inexpensive and definitely worth a taste! Let us know where your favorite matcha milk tea is from, enjoy!
Ingredients you'll need
Matcha Milk Tea
How to Make Matcha Milk Tea
Let’s get started! Grab a bowl, your authentic Japanese matcha powder, a whisk (we typically like using a bamboo brush for this) and your 3-4 tablespoons of hot water. Keep in mind, this water should not be boiling, but it shouldn’t be room temperature either, balance is key!
Scoop 1-1/2 tablespoons of your fine matcha powder into your bowl and add your 3-4 table spoons of hot water into the bowl. Using a whisk or the bamboo brush, mix the matcha powder and water together until you have a frothy consistency. It helps if you keep your wrist in one position and mix as if you’re writing W’s (up and down motions being sure to mix thoroughly) back and forth rapidly. Remember, speed is the key to success when frothing your matcha tea!
Great, after a few minutes depending how fast your motions are, you should have a frothy consistency of your matcha powder mixture with water. Let it sit for another minute and then you can pour the mixture into your preferred cup.
Now we can begin to add the rest of the ingredients. Add your 1-1/2 tablespoons of vanilla into the cup along with your 2 tablespoons of honey.
The last step, add 1 cup of almond milk into your preferred cup and stir well. You may add ice to the end of this if you’d like if it’s a hot summer day, perfectly refreshing and absolutely delish! If not, then you’re all set, enjoy a great cup of matcha milk tea. To ensure you get the best flavors, don’t skimp out on getting low end matcha powder, this is where all the flavor comes and it’s super important!
Let us know how you did and if you have any suggestions and like always, just talk about boba!