How To Make Iced Matcha Latte - Good Life Tea

How To Make Iced Matcha Latte

by Robert O'Brien April 29, 2015

Making a delicious and healthy Matcha drink is so easy.  You need 4 things - Matcha, Matcha Frother, Matcha Measuring Spoon and Soy milk (or substitute with Almond Milk or Whole Milk).

So simple and so delicious. Its east to make an Iced Matcha Latte.

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Ingredients - 4 ounces of Soy Milk. You can substitute with milk or almond milk. 1/2 to 3/4 teaspoon of Matcha to taste. Culinary grade works just fine. 

Tools -  Tall glass, Matcha Frother,  Matcha Measuring Spoon, Nice serving cup. Measuring cup.

I use a pint glass because its tall. The tall glass helps keeps things contained and tidy.


Measure 4 ounces of soy milk into a tall glass.  Measure Matcha using Matcha Measuring Spoon and drop into cup. Insert the frother deep into the cup. Turn on frother. Carefully move frother up and down to dissolve the Matcha completely. Bring the frother close to the surface of the soy milk to create a nice foamy head. Froth for about 45 seconds to a minute until a nice creamy head is made. Turn off frother while it is still in the liquid. 

Pour your Matcha Latte into a nice glass with ice and serve. 

If you want, sugar can be added to the mix. Froth for an extra 30 seconds to melt sugar.
This recipe can be made as a hot drink by simply preheating the soy milk in a sauce pan or micro wave. Do not boil.

The frother is crucial for this method. The frother does 3 things. It breaks up the matcha powder so you don't have chunks of undissolved powder. It thoroughly mixes the soy milk and Matcha and creates the creamy head which releases the delicious aroma of the Matcha.

Robert O'Brien
Robert O'Brien

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