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Matcha green tea latte with white chocolate


Matcha green tea latte with white chocolate


Matcha is increasingly making its way into our everyday recipes. Highly appreciated as a hot beverage, especially in lattes, today we present a very indulgent recipe for Matcha green tea latte, perfect to gently wake you up on those challenging mornings.

Matcha comes from a small shrub in China called Camellia Sinensis and was imported to Japan by the Buddhist monk Eisai in 1191. Considered the most potent tea in the world, Monk Eisai introduced it into his Zen philosophy, thus creating the traditional tea ceremony. Unique in every way, it is the only tea where the whole leaf is consumed. That's why Matcha is not steeped but whisked during its preparation.

Today, this tea is highly appreciated for its versatility in use, particularly in sweet recipes, in hot or cold beverages, and even as a food coloring.



For 4 servings | Preparation time: 10 minutes | Difficulty level: easy




Ingredients for the recipe:


For the latte:

For the indulgent side:

  • 50 g of white chocolate
  • 3 tablespoons of milk (of your choice)






  1. Sift 3 tablespoons of Matcha green tea into a bowl. Add 1 tablespoon of coconut flower sugar.
  2. Then, pour 100 ml of 70°C milk (be careful not to let the milk boil). Whisk the tea quickly for about thirty seconds (be cautious not to scrape the bottom of the bowl) until a froth appears.
  3. Meanwhile, in a double boiler, melt 50 g of white chocolate with 3 tablespoons of milk, stirring until you achieve a smooth chocolate.
  4. In glasses, pour the melted white chocolate first and then the matcha latte over the back of a spoon (this will create two layers and enhance your presentations!).
  5. For even more indulgence, add a dollop of whipped cream on top of your delightful matcha latte with white chocolate!


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