Homemade Matcha Latte Recipe

Homemade Matcha Latte Recipe

I'm going to teach you how to make a delicious Matcha latte using the Chi Fit Ceremonial Grade Matcha Green Tea product!


First of all, what is a Matcha?

Chi Fit Ceremonial grade Matcha powder is a very concentrated pure form of green tea. It has the nutritional equivalent of 10 cups of regularly brewed green tea! It has 137 times more antioxidants than regularly brewed green tea including the powerful EGCg which Boosts metabolism.

Matcha helps burn calories, detoxifies the body effectively and naturally calms the mind and relaxes the body.

Matcha is rich in fiber, chlorophyll, and vitamins. It Enhances mood and aids in concentration. It provides vitamin C, selenium, chromium, zinc and magnesium. Matcha helps to prevent disease, lowers cholesterol and blood sugar. It gives a great energy boost without the jitters (one serving contains roughly 68mg of caffeine)

 What is a Matcha Latte?

Matcha latte is simply a cup of matcha tea made with milk (or a milk alternative) instead of water! (It does not contain coffee). Matcha in non-latte form can be a very strong tasting bitter drink, so turning it into a latte makes it much more pleasent to drink especially for those who have never tried matcha before.



This recipe makes one serving

  • Chi Fit Ceremonial Grade Matcha Powder

  • Hot Water

  • Honey

  • Vanilla flavoring (optional)

  • Milk or a milk alternative

  • Chi Fit Bamboo Matcha Whisk




  1. Sieve one teaspoon of Chi Fit Ceremonial Grade Matcha powder into a bowl or measuring jug.

  2. Poor a roughly a centimeter of hot water into the bowl or jug.

  3. Using your Chi Fit Bamboo Matcha Whisk, whisk the matcha in a W motion until it becomes nice and forthy like the image above.

  4. Add 1 teaspoon of honey (optional step is to add a drop of vanilla flavoring)

  5. Warm a cup of milk or a milk alternative.

  6. Pour the warm milk into the bowl or jug.

  7. Pour into a mug and it is ready to drink. Add more honey to taste if necessary. 

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