When strawberries meet matcha, matching colors of red and green. Are the colors making you think of spring? It looks so healed, the sweet and sour strawberries with matcha milk cap, with a very fresh taste. It is delicious and not greasy, give it a try.
Matcha is a type of finely ground green tea powder. It has been used for centuries in Japanese tea ceremonies and is now popular around the world as a healthful drink.
Matcha can be served hot or cold, with hot water or milk, and sweetened with sugar or honey. The most common form of matcha is called "koicha" which refers to a thick, concentrated variety of matcha that is made with less water than usual.
Matcha has many health benefits such as boosting metabolism, aiding weight loss, reducing inflammation, and improving skin health. It also contains antioxidants that help fight off free radicals in the body that cause cell damage and aging. Matcha also contains amino acids that help improve moods and reduce stress levels naturally without the use of caffeine or other stimulants.
4 strawberries + 200ml milk + 10g condensed milk, blended into strawberry milk with a juicer
Matcha powder 5g + boiled water to dissolve
Whipped cream 100g + syrup 10g matcha liquid mixed all together with electric milk frother into matcha milk cover
Pour half a cup of ice cubes into the glass, then pour in the strawberry milk, and finally pour the matcha milk foam.