We’ve all seen the advertisements and images of matcha tea, the sweet, refreshing tea that contains a small amount of sugar.
It is a simple, refreshing drink, with a light sweetness that will make you feel like you’re drinking a tea.
It’s a good drink to have with a cold or hot beverage, but it can also be enjoyed as a cool beverage, too.
Matcha tea has a sweet taste that you might want to try as a refreshing drink for those cold and flu days, or for your post-workout caffeine fix.
You can also try it as a sweetener for your tea, and make it yourself if you prefer.
If you don’t want to make a matcha-infused tea, you can buy matcha powder, or buy a matchaa tea bag to make it, and use it as tea instead.
Here’s how to make matcha matcha, the green tea that you can’t beat.
Add sugar and milk to a pot and heat until the sugar melts and the milk starts to boil.
Stir in the matcha and let it sit for about 10 minutes to make sure it’s ready to use.
Pour it into a tea bag and fill it to the top with matcha paste.
Pour matcha into the tea bag.
Add the matchaa paste to the cup of warm water.
Top it with a generous spoonful of matchaa.
Let the tea cool for a couple of hours.
Serve warm with ice tea.
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