Tea Latte

While all tea powders may work with milk, some work better than the others so I’ve selected them for you. Tea latte making can be fun by trying out different combination and brewing methods, yielding very different results. 

Quick guide

  • Matcha:
    • Aoarashi will yield a good quality tea latte found in individual cafes
    • Isuzu will carry less bitterness than Aoarashi and more aftertaste, only found in expensive lattes in upscale cafes.
    • Yugen (Recommended) provides a vibrant flavour when mixed with milk with strong aftertaste and some umami that one cannot find in cafes.
    • Sweetened Matcha Powder mixes well with liquid to make clumps-free latte easy without any gear 
    • Clumps-free Matcha Awaraku(no sugar) mixes well with liquid easily to make sugar-gree matcha latte
  • Houjicha
    • Kogetsuen Houjicha latte provides a strong astringent flavour and light yellow colour latte 
    • Marukyu Koyamaen Houjicha A and B latte both gives out a strong roasted tea aroma and mild aftertaste, with A having a stronger astringent flavour and B having a smoother mouth-feel
    • Sweetened Houjicha Powder: mixes well with liquid to make clumps-free latte easy without any gear 
  • Genmaicha

Not sure how to make latte? Check out our DYI latte page! 

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