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Matcha Tea and Matcha Set

Matcha, a powdered form of green tea found mostly in Japan, is usually associated with intricate tea ceremonies where the tea is whisked and served in a special tatami-floored teahouse.

It's a beautiful tradition but it has also kept many people from enjoying this delicious, creamy, slightly bitter/sweet beverage. It is possible to enjoy a bowl of matcha in your own kitchen using just a few key ingredients and utensils and a little less formality. It is not difficult. But there are we need to prepare necessary matcha accessories before. Such as matcha whisk, matcha stand, matcha bowl, matcha scoop and etc.. The most important thing that is high quanlity matcha powder.

 

Matcha Whisk: The traditional bamboo whisk (also called chasen) is essential for this method of making matcha. You can use an electric latte aerator, but it's a much different aesthetic experience. A metal whisk is not recommended. You can purchase the bamboo whisks at shops that carry matcha tea or online, usually is easy to use.

 

Matcha Bowl: In traditional tea ceremony, choosing the proper tea bowl is extremely important. In kitchen matcha, this is important, too, but perhaps a little less so. Your bowl should be sturdy, wide enough so that you can whisk in it and pleasing to hold in your hands. To select a suitable bowl for enjoying your own tea ceremony at home or whisking a quick morning mug of matcha on the go.

 

Matcha Whisk Holder: It is very necessary vessel to maintain the whisk in good shape for a long time, and postpone its lifespan.

 

Bamboo Scoop (Stainless Steel Scoop): Bamboo Scoop is traditionally used in the Japanese tea ceremony, it is used to measure the perfect amount of matcha.

 

High quanlity Matcha Tea: Matcha is a powdered green tea which entails a high price mainly as a result of the labor involved in producing it. High quality matcha is always expensive and there really isn't any chance of finding a high quality matcha at a low price. It is important to know that there are many grades of matcha from ceremonial grades to food grades. So making a good cup matcha teaFeature Articles, the most important is to buy a good quanlity matcha.

 

How to Prepare Matcha Tea:

 

1.Place 1 level scoop (or 1/4 teaspoon) of matcha into the bottom of a wide tea cup or bowl and break up the powder using the ends of the whisk

2.Add a small dash of hot water (2 table spoons) & whisk thoroughly in a “W” motion for about 5 seconds until the matcha is well mixed.

3.Top up with more hot water for a hot drink or iced water and ice for an iced matcha tea. Enjoy!

 

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Karina Garcia is sales manager of JK Tea Shop, authentic Chinese Loose Leaf tea supplier, for more information, please visit our website at: jkteashop.com



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