Matcha Latte

FAQ About Matcha Latte

Can matcha latte be made without milk? Matcha Latte
one year ago | gizem

Can matcha latte be made without milk?

Yes, matcha latte can be made without milk by using an alternative non-dairy milk, or by using just water.

To make a dairy-free matcha latte, you can use any type of non-dairy milk, such as almond milk, coconut milk, soy milk, oat milk, or hemp milk. Simply heat the non-dairy milk in a small saucepan until warm, then whisk in the matcha powder until frothy.

Alternatively, you can make a matcha latte with just water, which is also known as a "thin" or "usucha" matcha. To make this type of matcha latte, sift the matcha powder into a small bowl, then add hot water and whisk vigorously with a bamboo whisk until frothy. The resulting drink will have a more intense, bitter flavor than a traditional matcha latte made with milk.

Keep in mind that the taste and texture of matcha latte can vary depending on the type of milk or water used, so experiment to find the combination that you like best.