Whisking Tradition

In the traditional preparation, the main vessel is a tall rimmed bowl. The base should be wide enough so that a traditional bamboo whisk can move back and forth quickly without much contact with the bowl. A chashaku, or a bamboo spoon, is used to scoop matcha to its recommended serving.


Scoop 1 teaspoon of matcha into your tea bowl

Add 4 oz. of 175°F water

Whisk quickly in an "M" motion back and forth until the water has turned emerald green and frothy.

Add an additional  4 oz. of 175°F water and enjoy right away

Modern Prep

This is a great way to make matcha at home. You’ll love the enhanced mood and extra concentration found in each cup. Start boosting your metabolism and burning calories by making this a daily ritual! 


Scoop 1/2 to 1 tsp of matcha into your favorite mug.

Add  4 oz. of 175°F water.

Using an electric frother, blend the matcha and water together until your tea has turned emerald green and a froth forms on top. 

Add an additional 4 oz. of 175°F water and enjoy right away