How To Make Japanese Matcha Green Tea - video at home tutorials
How to Make Traditional Japanese Matcha at Home.
Tools for Artful Simplicity: achasen (bamboo whisk). Achashaku (bamboo scoop). Achawan (matcha tea bowl) or miso soup bowls or rice bowls work as well—you can use any wide-set dish that you can sip from comfortably. Where to find the tools of the traditional trade? Browse our shop to your collect own.
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Take Your Matcha To-Go!
Craving a frothy cup of Matcha green tea for your workday grind or your afternoon kick? To the beach or on a hike? In a rush and on-the-go?
Don't fret! You can take your matcha anywhere!
You can make your Mizuba matcha in a travel mug and take it with you anywhere in a pinch. We show you how to make Matcha green tea quickly and easily using a simple, air-tight to-go tumbler and hot water. Now all you need is Mizuba Matcha!
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Genmaicha is a blend of loose leaf tea, usually bancha, with "genmai." Genmai is commonly brown rice, but our genmaicha is made by roasting white mochi rice, which is crunchier and sweeter than regular rice. The rice provides a satisfyingly sweet, nutty taste, which is balanced by the light green tea. Many say the aroma is reminiscent of popcorn! We say that sounds delicious.