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Matcha Latte With Almond Milk

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A tutorial on making matcha latte with almond milk can be found here. The drink is smooth, creamy, warm, and an excellent coffee substitute. The smell of matcha in the morning is soothing and zen.

You can make your matcha lattes at home quite easily. You can make your coffee at home with a few tips and tricks, but it won’t be as creamy or tasty as what you get at your favourite coffee shop.

This post aims to share my tips for making the perfect matcha latte with almond milk, including how to use the proper ratios for a creamy and delicious taste and how to ensure it’s smooth and clump-free.

Matcha lattes are a great alternative to coffee if you want to reduce caffeine intake. A vegan matcha latte can be made dairy-free with almond milk. Plant-based milk such as soy, oat, and coconut milk can be used instead.

Let us show you how to make a matcha latte with almond milk right now, so you can enjoy it immediately!

How to make a matcha latte with almond milk

Here are the ingredients:

Matcha latte is easy to make. You just need the following ingredients:

  • Matcha of high quality
  • using hot water
  • almond milk or another plant-based milk
  • sweetened with maple or agave syrup

Here is the equipment:

There are a few things you’ll need in addition to the ingredients for making the perfect vegan matcha latte:

  • Whiskey for matcha
  • bowls with flat bottoms
  • measuring spoons
  • an optional milk frother

How to make the perfect matcha latte

Matcha is all about the ratios and the method. You may experience too weak or watery matcha lattes if you don’t have the proper ratio of matcha to water to milk. Also, you might get clumps in your matcha latte if you fail to whisk appropriately.

The ratio of matcha to water to milk is:

People mix 1 tbsp of quality matcha with 3/4 cups of hot water to make the perfect matcha latte. Almond milk is added afterwards.

This ratio is ideal for those who want a rich matcha latte that is neither too strong nor weak. More information about preparing this ratio can be found in the recipe instructions below.

Matcha quality is essential. A smoother, less bitter flavour will result from it. The sweetness will be reduced. A match of the highest quality does not require any sweetener! For quality matcha, it’s a little more expensive, but it’s worth it. You’ll save money by making matcha at home.

The choice is yours as to which matcha brand you prefer, but I have a discount code for 30% off from From the Reserve, which makes excellent matcha. That code can be found under Discounts on my website.

Using the following method:

After knowing the ratio of matcha to water and almond milk, you need to know how to make a perfect vegan matcha latte. You’ll need a few items to achieve a smooth consistency for your matcha latte.

First, a matcha whisk will ensure smooth matcha without clumps. Make the matcha by whisking it in “W” shapes as quickly and gently as possible. The W-motion helps break up clumps for a smooth consistency and creates a nice foamy top. Many people do it in round motions, but the W-motion helps.

It is also recommended to whisk your matcha in a bowl with a flat bottom. You may already have a bowl like this in your cupboard, or you can buy a “matcha bowl” specifically for this purpose. It will ensure that any clumps are caught and whisked away quickly. There have been attempts to make matcha in generic bowls without a flat bottom, but the result is chunkier.

If you want your almond milk to be foamy, I recommend using a milk frother. My homemade almond milk recipe is also recommended since it foams exceptionally well and tastes incredible! The high water content of store-bought brands causes them not to foam.

Nevertheless, give it a try if you have a favourite store-bought brand! The Silk brand foams quite well for me. It tastes good when heated and poured into this vegan matcha latte, even if the store-bought almond milk doesn’t foam.

Procedures

  • Place the matcha powder in a small bowl with a flat bottom. With the matcha whisk, gently swirl the matcha powder across the bottom of the bowl (this will prevent clumping).
  • Use the matcha whisk to stir the hot water into the mixture in a W-shape until it’s smooth and foamy. If you have an electric hand whisk, you can also use it. Fill a cup with matcha.
  • Be a milk frother or hand whisk to froth the almond milk, or heat it in a small saucepan. Fill your cup with warm milk and matcha. Stir maple syrup to sweeten. Take a sip.

Conclusion

The following are the steps for making matcha lattes with almond milk. Understand the basics of this matcha latte with almond milk!

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