How to Matcha Tea with Almond Milk

How to Matcha Tea with Almond Milk

Matchinga tea with almond milk can be quite a challenge, especially if you aren’t too sure about the process. Drinking matcha tea with your breakfast is a great way to get your daily caffeine fix, as well as giving you energy for the day. However, most people don’t like the taste of matcha tea and finding a way to make it taste better is a great way to get more people to try out the art of Matcha Tea making. Here are a few tips on how you can best enjoy drinking matcha tea with almond milk.

Make the Matcha Tea

Making the matcha tea at home is pretty simple, all you need to do is follow the instructions on the package, and then wait for your water to heat up to around 180°F (82°C). Once your water has reached this temperature, begin mixing in the powder until you reach your desired colouring. Some colours will look better than others, but making sure that you don’t overdo it with the powder is important so that everything comes out nice and light pink.

Add the Almond Milk

Once you have created your perfect pink matcha tea, it is time to add some almond milk! Using just water alone isn’t going to give you the same results that using almond milk will give you. Using just water will leave you feeling very thirsty, and possibly cause some mild stomach pains due to the concentration of vitamin B6 in water threading through your system. Adding some almond milk into your diet regimen can help increase your calcium intake and provide you with much needed protein and fats that you may have been lacking.

Serve Up Your Way

Finally we come back around to serving up some hot deliciousness! Pour yourself a cup of coffee first, then add plenty of cream and sugar if you want it completely sweetened. Then add roughly equal amounts of honey or maple syrup if you want something savoury flavourful. Finally add some fresh lemon juice and zest depending on how sour you want it to be. For an extra kickyout flavour try adding some Sriracha sauce or tabasco sauce before serving!

Top with Your Own Flowers or Nuts

If you have access to hazelnuts or almonds nuts, then topping your matcha tea with these nuts can make for an excellent addition to any meal. Hazelnuts are very crunchy and contain lots of healthy fats that can keep you full for a while, while also providing kindof a nutty flavour to your drink. If you haven’t tried making matcha tea before then trying it with hazelnuts will be totally fine – You’ll just miss out on having those healthy fats in your diet! Nuts are also great for experimenting on because they are easy to replace when they aren’t quite raw yet. Try putting some macadamia nuts or even coconut flakes in there for an awesome twist!

As I mentioned before, adding honey or maple syrup into your matcha tea gives it more sweetness without having to use any additional sweeteners. Ifyou wish to avoid sugar altogether then replacing the honey with pure maple syrup will give you a similar result but likely won’t taste as good since plain tapwater doesn’t taste as good as bottled waters (which tend notto include lots of chemicals and additives). Replacement tablespoon ratios for different kinds of liquids are listed on Wikipedia if you would like to attempt replicating restaurants ‘xianmatcha’ style drinks.

Lastly we have flowers and/or nuts on top of our drink. This final step isn’t required at all but I find it adds another layer of flavour that makes me really happy! Some places serve their matcha teas this way including taking pictures of themselfs drinking their own homemade teas. It isn’t difficult at all to replace buying expensive petals or sprinkles for consumption purposes either; just use whatever flowers are in season forYou-Know-WhatFlowers-Are-In-Season-For!)

So there we go; hopefully after reading this article you will be able to find waysto enhance the flavour of your own matchesita morning beverage! Ifyou enjoyed reading this article then feel free shareandsubsequentize bysubscribing via emailfor notificationsofwhen I post new articles!

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