It's a traditional Japanese style made of a fine powder of ground green tea leaves, and usually made from special leaves.No idea what that is.
I love matcha. I get aroused just looking at that photo of matcha!That makes me feel a little bit queasy.
It looks more like a bowl of pea soup. However, curiosity has gotten the better of me. Tomorrow I might source some, and if it turns out to be as horrendous as I suspect it’s going to be, you and I will be having words, Mr Bulgakov.It's a traditional Japanese style made of a fine powder of ground green tea leaves, and usually made from special leaves.
I love matcha. I get aroused just looking at that photo of matcha!
green tea's the best, but any tea ok for me...................only 1 cup of coffee in morning for the daily smooth/complete/fast/explosive/valuable data uploading to the sewage network................What type of tea do you drink? I think this is a very important topic of discussion.
I went to a place that used the matcha powder to make like smoothies/milk teas and ice cream. It was interesting, but I didn't really care for it.I don't drink tea anymore, but I must say the pure Japanese matcha green tea was delicious. It goes well as an ice cream and other delicacies. You can use matcha powder as an ingredient for all sorts of food, such as cakes, cookies, smoothies, biscuits, etc.
A lovely hot drink is super satisfying, and that includes hot chocolate and mulled wine at Christmas. I treat anyone who doesn’t like hot drinks of any description with a degree of suspicion. You say you like the occasional hit chocolate or tea, so that’s fine by me. You are not weird.