We enjoy ceremonial matcha almost every morning, and participating in that 800-year old tradition is one of the best parts of our day. But we also love how versatile matcha is — you can use it for baking, lattes, and even the amazing, decadent creation above: Dalgona Matcha. We're big fans of having fun, and this is definitely fun.
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November 23, 2021
I love this drink! I have however made a few adjustments to what you have here.
1. Is a tablespoon of matcha really what you need? That is a LOT. I did that once, then went to doing 1 teaspoon. That still being strong, I now do 1/2 a teaspoon. (Much closer to how much matcha I use for my regular lattes)
2. Adding the powder at the end results in lumps, no matter how hard you try to avoid that. I go at it how I do my regular matcha latte/teas. I take part of the hot sugar water and use the whisk to make a paste/eliminate any lumps. Then I mix it in with the rest of the sugar water. Then when that is added to the fluffy egg white, the matcha is already incorporated.