Matcha Cold Brew

Ingredients

  • 6 ice cubes, or 2 giant (1.5 inch) ice cubes
  • 2 tsp of sifted matcha powder
  • 8 oz filtered water  
  • One 16 oz glass jar with lid
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Ingredients for Matcha Cold Brew

Directions

Put ice cubes in the jar, then sift matcha onto the ice cubes.

Add filtered water, tighten lid on jar and shake vigorously⁣⁣⁣⁣ (like a cocktail) for 30-60 seconds.

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Enjoy!

Yields: 8-10 oz; about 2 servings.

Notes

Since the ice cubes are heavier, I recommend putting them into the jar first, then add the matcha. This will help you avoid a matcha cloud or an accidental splash.

Reference

Here is a list of ingredients and equipment I used for this recipe:

Matchæologist Meiko™ Ceremonial Matcha 
Enter promo code: MOSTLYMATCHA during checkout for a 15% storewide discount for readers of my blog! No minimum, and no expiration date.

Rösle Stainless Steel Fine Mesh Strainer (for sifting matcha)

Soma 6-Cup Water Filter Glass Carafe

Ball Wide Mouth 16 Oz. Glass Jar with Lid

Rabbit Clear Ice Cube Tray

Story

Matcha cold brew is quick and easy to make—perfect for a hot summer day. This recipe is inspired by the first matcha cold brew I had at Front Coffee + Café. They served it in a mason jar with beautiful large hand-cut ice cubes. This inspired me to buy a special clear ice tray to make my own giant ice cubes at home.

Shaken-Soma
Ready to drink at home, or on the go!

I’d love to see your cold brew on Instagram or Twitter—please use my hashtag #mostlymatchablog or leave a comment below.

Thank you and matcha (cold brew) cheers,
jz

2 thoughts on “Matcha Cold Brew

  1. Used this recipe today to make my morning matcha and loved it! It was the perfect morning drink
    Thank you, Jenny!

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