How to Matcha Tea Maker
Making matcha tea can be a hard task to do, especially if you don’t have much experience. However, it doesn’t have to be that hard, and there are many ways that you can make matchinga tea easily. The process is pretty simple, and once you get the hang of it, you can go down into the basement or into your garage and make some time for yourself to relax and enjoy some matcha.
The first thing that you are going to need is a good matcha. Matcha is a plant species that comes from Japan and requires special treatment during harvest. In order to preserve the quality of the green tea, special steps must be taken in order to stop the oxidation of the tea leaves. Air oxidation is what turns regular green tea into white green tea and makes it less tasty. To prevent air oxidation, pickling can be used on the leaves or baking may be used.
To pickle the leaves would require using lots of salt and other seasonings. Each household I visited had their own method of preparing the leaves for consumption. Some methods involved using only sea water, while others used fresh water mixed with sea salt. Others still used only traditional Japanese seasonings. It was interesting to see how each family treated their matcha leaves, some treating them like gold, while others just tossed them into boiling water. There are many different methods out there for treating your matcha leaves, but boil them until they turn colour isn’t something that I would recommend doing with regularity. The most common way that people treat their matcha is by pouring hot water over them (this will also work).
After you have your equipment ready to go, prepare your bowl/cups by placing about 3-4 tablespoons of sweetener in it (depending on how sweet you want your tea). Once you have your sweetener ready, put about one teaspoon of loose leaf matcha into each cup until its topped off with hot water (about 175 degrees F). Leave this mixture alone for about ten minutes, then start whisking away! Whipping brings all of the flavour notes together and allows everything to mix properly. After whisking for a few minutes, switch from right to left hand holding and continue whisking until all of the sugar has dissolved and assuming that you followed instructions correctly, you should now have a nice cup of piping hotmatcha tea!
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If You Have A Tea Brewer:
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