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How-To Make The Perfect Matcha

Matcha, a finely ground powdered green tea, has gained popularity for its unique flavor and numerous health benefits. To fully enjoy the rich taste and vibrant color of matcha, it is essential to prepare it correctly. In this step-by-step guide, we will walk you through the process of making matcha using a matcha whisk and high-quality matcha powder, using the Stitch Matcha Powder available in our store.

How-To Make The Perfect Matcha


What You'll Need

- Stitch Matcha Powder (or any high-quality matcha powder)

- A matcha whisk (chasen)

- A matcha bowl (chawan) or a deep bowl

- A bamboo scoop (chashaku) or a teaspoon

- Hot water (175°F or 80°C)

- A sifter (optional)


How It's Done

Step 1: Measure the Matcha Powder

Using a bamboo scoop or a teaspoon, measure out approximately 1 to 2 teaspoons of matcha powder into your matcha bowl. Adjust the amount according to your taste preferences and the intensity of flavor you desire.

Step 2: Sift the Matcha Powder (optional)

To ensure a smooth and clump-free matcha, sift the powder using a fine-mesh sifter. This step is particularly important if your matcha powder appears lumpy or if you want to achieve a velvety texture.

Step 3: Preheat the Matcha Bowl

To maintain the optimal temperature of your matcha, preheat your matcha bowl by pouring hot water into it. Allow the water to sit for a minute, then discard it.

Step 4: Add Hot Water

Heat water to approximately 175°F (80°C) and pour a small amount (about 2 ounces or 60ml) into the matcha bowl. The water should be hot but not boiling, as boiling water can scorch the delicate matcha leaves and result in a bitter taste.

Step 5: Whisk the Matcha

Hold the matcha whisk in one hand and the matcha bowl in the other. Using a quick back-and-forth motion, whisk the matcha vigorously in a "W" or "M" shape until the matcha powder is fully dissolved and a frothy layer forms on the surface. This process should take about 15-20 seconds.

Step 6: Enjoy Your Matcha

Once the matcha is whisked to your desired consistency, lift the matcha whisk gently from the bowl. Take a moment to appreciate the vibrant green color and the enticing aroma. Savor your matcha slowly, enjoying its unique flavor and the calming effect it brings.

Additional Tips:

- Experiment with the amount of matcha powder and water to find your preferred taste and strength.

- For a creamier matcha, you can substitute some of the hot water with warm milk or a dairy-free alternative.

- To enhance the flavor, you can add a touch of sweetener, such as honey or agave syrup, to your matcha.

- Clean your matcha whisk by rinsing it with warm water immediately after use and allowing it to air dry.



Making matcha using a matcha whisk and high-quality matcha powder is a delightful and rewarding experience. By following this step-by-step guide, you can create a delicious cup of matcha that showcases its vibrant color, smooth texture, and unique flavor. Explore the Stitch Matcha Powder available in our store selection to elevate your matcha-making journey.

Cheers to your matcha adventure!

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