Today has been an incredibly fall like day and I’m loving it. Working from home, while listening to some classic horror movies, and listening to the rain-doesn’t get much better than this, especially since at the beginning of the week I was dealing with strep, ear infections, and a sinus infection all at once.
So today I decided I was going to treat myself to a delicious matcha latte after lunch. I was so excited! Especially since I’ve been dying to try Do Matcha for such a long time.
Per the instructions on the container, I scooped out 1/2 tsp into my bowl and added in 3 oz of 175F water. Using my bamboo whisk, I went to town briskly whisking in the recommended W motion until there was froth. I then added in more water- about 3 more ounces, and gave the beverage a few more whisks, because, whisking is fun.
Took a sip and I was in heaven. I love matcha and do drink a lot of it, but unless I’m drinking one of my favorite matchas from Wendigo Tea Co, you just never know what you are in for. With Do Matcha’s Ceremonial Grade, you are in for quality. This matcha is delicious. It hits every note perfectly and doesn’t have that awkward weird too vegetal flavor that sometimes you can get from other matchas I have had in the past.
Smooth is just the word I keep hearing in my head. Not too sweet, not too vegetal, just the right amount creating this delicious delight that I can see becoming super addicting.
I frothed up a bit of french vanilla creamer and added to the top of this delicious afternoon treat and was set for my afternoon. I love how the sweet vanilla towns mingled with the bright matcha flavor. Really delicious and I am already thinking about making this a thing with the weather getting cooler.
Sometimes your spirits just want something different and today they wanted matcha and I’m all to happy to oblige. This matcha is delicious! And now I have my sights set on a few other varities DoMatcha has to offer. . . .
Here’s the scoop!
Leaf Type: Matcha
Where to Buy: Do Matcha
With DōMatcha® Ceremonial grade only the finest leaves are selected to guarantee the highest nutritional value, as well as sweet and pleasant flavor. Can be used to make thick or thin Matcha.