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  • 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of Kyoto Dew Matcha powder (depending on how strong you want it)

  • 1/4 cup hot water (heated to 175F but no boil)

  • 1 cup milk (plant based or dairy)

  • Sweetener to taste (about 2-3 teaspoons of sugar or honey in order to match Starbucks sweetness) I personally use a few drops of Stevia to sweeten.

  • 1/2 teaspoon of Vanilla Ghee Grass Fed


  1. Heat up the milk to just under a boil (or leave cold for an iced latte!)

  2. Separately, mix the matcha and water together to form a "matcha blend" for 3 great ways to get it fully mixed

  3. Froth the milk (add sweetener at this point if desired) then pour in your matcha blend

  4. Add the Ghee

  5. Blend together

Matcha Latte

A matcha latte is one thing, but the iced matcha latte? This green drink is like a whole new category: perfectly chilled, lusciously creamy, with just the right hint of sweetness. If you love a good Starbucks iced matcha latte, never fear! You can recreate it in the comfort of your own home. It’s even faster and easier than the hot latte version. Here’s how!

Ingredients in an iced matcha latte

The iced matcha latte takes only a few minutes to mix up in the comfort of your own home. It’s easier than the heated version because you don’t have to steam the milk (or heat and froth it). And there’s something about the iced version that’s uniquely refreshing: the bitterness of the matcha melds more seamlessly into the chilled milk.


Here’s what you’ll need:

Matcha (green tea powder) – Kyoto Dew Matcha Grade Ceremonial 1/2 to 1 tsp
Honey (or maple syrup or agave syrup) I personally like Stevia as a sweetener to taste
Water measure to size of glass (8 oz. glass) use only 6 oz. of water.
Milk: Skim milk, oat milk or almond milk 2oz. 

Make the matcha: Whisk the matcha with water to make a paste, then add more water and whisk until it’s frothy. You can use a classic bamboo whisk that’s used for a cup of matcha or a regular whisk. (Here’s more on how to make matcha.)

Add the sweetener: Honey is a great pair flavor-wise with matcha, or use maple syrup. You could also try Vanilla Syrup for a twist! Or just plain Stevia or Vanilla Stevia.

Froth the milk: Simply place it in a jar, cover and shake for 30 seconds. Easy! You can also skip this step if desired.

Combine and add ice: Add the matcha, frothed milk and ice. You’re latte ready!

And that’s it! Let us know what you think by tagging us on Instagram when you make it! @kyotodewmatcha

Iced Matcha Latte


The question that hits my email box all summer long.  Can I make Matcha be cold brewed?  Yes!  Cold brew matcha is simply made by mixing matcha in cold water. It is one of the best ways to enjoy an iced matcha green tea. Because all you need is to add the matcha powder to a bottle of cold water and then shake it up, you can make your own cold brew matcha in under a minute


There's something so beautifully refreshing about sipping on a Cold Brew
Matcha.  All you need to is whisk or shake up a fresh matcha shot and pour it over iced water!


  • 1/2 to 1 tsp Ceremonial Grade Kyoto Dew Matcha

  • 8 oz. cold water

  • Ice

  • (optional) sweeten to taste or squeeze in a fresh lemon wedge


  • Make a matcha shot by whisking or shaking matcha in 2 oz water

  • Fill a tall glass with ice, pour in 6 oz of cold water

  • Top off your drink with your matcha shot.  You now have a cold brewed matcha!

  • If you're feeling extra fancy, feel free to use chilled sparkling water!

And that’s it! Let us know what you think or tag us on Instagram when you make it! @kyotodewmatcha

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