How to Make Traditional Matcha + Easy Way to Make Matcha Green Tea

  • Loading...
  • Published on:  Tuesday, March 20, 2018
  • How to prepare matcha green tea the traditional way and easy way.

    What is Matcha? it's a finely ground young tea leave that is grown under the shade, this growing under the shade forces it to produce more chlorophyll making its distinct bright green color. It is highly associated with Japan although it is consumed in many other Asian countries.

    In this video you will see 2 methods of making matcha green tea, the first will be the traditional way and then followed by a super simple way using a milk frother.

    matcha green tea:

    matcha tea set:

    nespresso milk foamer:

    cheap milk foamer:

    All Recipe Videos:
    This YouTube Food channel is all about making sushi recipes and trying to teach great food recipes.

    What to support this channel? you can do the following:
    1) Share this video on Facebook, Google + or Twitter
    2) like this video
    3) Embed this video on a blog or website or just link to it from somewhere.
    Thank you for your support :)

    Facebook: /MakeSushi1
    Instagram: @MakeSushi1 or use the hashtag #makesushi1

    Make Sushi App:

    Music Royalty Free Music:
    Music from (paid for a license)

    cameras used to film this:
    2x Canon 5D m4:

    sometimes a GoPro Hero5:

    Produced by Chef: Davy Devaux

    link to this video for sharing:
    last week's video:

    I use affiliate links to share products I like, find useful and feel that readers will find helpful. These links can help me generate income to support the costs associated with making video tutorials.


  • Spicer Green
    Spicer Green  2 days ago

    How would you do a matcha latte?

  • Juma Jaber omer
    Juma Jaber omer  4 days ago

    Lok and to kanga tanks

  • Clepsidra Sideral
    Clepsidra Sideral  14 days ago

    I thought this is supposed to be a ritual, not a quick process.
    When you prepare good ol English tea, you warm the teapot first. You don't have to fill up the teapot with hot water like you did with the cup.
    I don't think you're doing this this traditional way, but more of a lazy way.
    Sorry but it looks like that.

  • Gordon Wong
    Gordon Wong  14 days ago +1

    Thank you so much for offering a suggestion to use a frother. It works awesome. Thanks so much

  • John Vance
    John Vance  14 days ago +1

    I tried the milk frother technique and it's amazing, thank you.

  • Vas János
    Vas János  21 days ago

    The disadvantage of the modern method:
    Metal is not good for matcha tea. :(

  • Vas János
    Vas János  21 days ago

    How is this called?

  • Yasss Gawwwd!
    Yasss Gawwwd!  a months ago

    I honestly am just drinking it for the health benefits ie: egcg and the catechins that are super Beneficial to Matcha:) I bought my first non-ceremonial bag from a Lupicia store which is reputably known for so many tea variations:) I wanna have healthiest insides:) I always known this stuff is excellent for the body! I live in Honolulu:) thank you!

  • Judge Roy Bean
    Judge Roy Bean  a months ago +24

    I think you’re all crazy, I just snort my Matcha through a dollar bill and I’m set for the day....

  • Brent Lucas
    Brent Lucas  a months ago +1


  • WhaleFacedManiac
    WhaleFacedManiac  a months ago

    what is going on with that knife rack yoooo

  • jocko john
    jocko john  a months ago

    My fast water in cup, dump in powder, mix with electric hand blender, drink, go out for morning rowing workout........that's it. Nothing to it.....

  • Jeff Paton
    Jeff Paton  a months ago

    There's just not enough drinks around these days with a good green head of foam on them.

  • jenn lemmelin
    jenn lemmelin  a months ago +1

    You're like a spoiled little Rich Boy

  • David Sands
    David Sands  2 months ago +1

    I thought I invented this trick 😂😂 I’m so glad to see a video of it. Great minds think alike. Great job on the video

  • xxx xxx
    xxx xxx  2 months ago

    How does it taste compared to the traditional green tea , anybody ?

  • Ayushi Sangotra
    Ayushi Sangotra  2 months ago

    I will whisk it with teaspoon in traditional way.

  • Manuel Escamilla
    Manuel Escamilla  2 months ago +1

    how barbaric way, no thank you, it should be a better and gentle way to prepare it, not this.

  • Joy S
    Joy S  2 months ago

    Hi, may I correct two things in your video? First, pour the right amount of hot water before you start whisking, about 1.5g matcha/serving requires 60ml hot water. Please do not add more water after whisking. Second, the authentic traditional way to mix matcha powder and hot water is to move the whisk in the shape of an 'M' within the tea bowl instead of zigzag movement. I reckon that's why I still can see lumps after whisking in your video.

  • Fabiana De Paula
    Fabiana De Paula  3 months ago +1