Matcha 101 Week

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This week’s theme is Mathca 101. Considering that matcha is having its very own movement, we’ve curated a collection of articles, recipes and videos to give you a closer look at this wonderful Japanese green tea powder. Be sure to tag your matcha tips and questions with #TheDailyTeaMatcha101 all week long!

 

Matcha 101 Monday

Beginner’s Guide to Making Matcha

Matcha Green Tea & Goat Cheese Crostini Recipe (VIDEO)

 

Matcha 101 Tuesday

High vs Low Quality Matcha? 5 Easy Tips to Knowing the Difference.

How To Prepare Traditional Matcha (usucha)

 

Matcha 101 Wednesday

Otsukimi: Japanese Autumn Moon-viewing Tea Ceremony

Green Tea Ice Cream at The Franklin Fountain (VIDEO)

 

Matcha 101 Thursday

Health Benefits of Matcha Green Tea

Matcha Angel Food Cake

 

Matcha 101 Friday

Green Tea & Ginger Macaroons

Ceremonial Matcha vs. Cooking Grade Matcha


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About Author

Alexis Siemons is a tea consultant and writer living in Philadelphia. She is certified in the Foundations of Tea (Level 1 & 2) by the Specialty Tea Institute, a division of the Tea Association of the USA. As a tea enthusiast, she writes about her steeped adventures on her website and blog, teaspoons & petals, teaches a series of culinary tea classes, and develops tea-infused recipes for restaurants. She also consults with tea companies, developing tea programs and creative marketing strategies. Her recipes and stories have been published in Anthology Magazine, Grid Magazine, Philadelphia Magazine, Kinfolk Magazine, Remedy Quarterly, Women's Health Magazine and Design*Sponge.

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