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Article: The Element Matcha Latte

The Element Matcha Latte


  • ~1 teaspoon matcha powder
  • 2 ounces hot water (not boiling)
  • 8 ounces milk (any type you prefer)
  • Optional: sweetener of your choice (such as honey, sugar, or maple syrup)


  1. Heat Water: Begin by heating the water to around 175°F (80°C). Avoid using boiling water, as it can scorch the matcha and result in a bitter taste.

  2. Prepare Matcha: In a small bowl or mug, sift the matcha powder to remove any clumps. Then, pour the hot water over the matcha powder.

  3. Whisk Matcha: Use a matcha whisk or small whisk to vigorously whisk the matcha and water together in a zig-zag motion until the mixture becomes frothy and well combined. This step helps to dissolve the matcha powder and create a smooth texture.

  4. Heat Milk: While the matcha is whisking, heat the milk in a small saucepan over medium heat until it reaches your desired temperature. Alternatively, you can use a milk frother to heat and froth the milk simultaneously.

  5. Combine: Once the milk is heated, pour it into your serving mug. Then, slowly pour the whisked matcha mixture over the milk, using a spoon to hold back the froth if desired.

  6. Sweeten (Optional): If you prefer your matcha latte sweetened, you can add your desired sweetener to taste at this point. Stir well to combine.

  7. Enjoy: Your Element matcha latte is now ready to be enjoyed! Take a moment to appreciate its vibrant green color and frothy texture before taking a sip and savoring the rich, earthy flavor.

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