I have been selling Japanese ceremonial matcha to my community and tribe via Tea By Chase since earlier this year. Since starting, I have received a number of questions on how to make this tea at home.

So, I put together some home videos showing 3 ways to make at home…

First, let’s take look at traditional Japanese matcha preparation.

* Boil the water and then let it cool.  Wait 4-6 minutes after boiling.

Is there an easier way to make matcha at home? 

* Boil the water and then let it cool.  Wait 4-6 minutes after boiling.

In a hurry? Running out the door?  Try the water bottle method!

Have additional questions?  You can email me here.

Want to try the Sumu matcha?

$6 samples are here on Tea By Chase.


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Hi, I am Chase. Japanese tea is my biggest love, but I am a student of all tea. Tea The World is a collection of random tea stuff I want to share with the world. Tea started for me with a cup of sencha — I really fell in deep when I encountered my first really taste of gyokuro. In 2018 I was fortunate to get to spend 3 months volunteering on a tea farm in Wazuka, Japan with Obubu Tea. This was where I began my formal education in tea.

Instagram: @teatheworld
Tea Store: Tea By Chase
Email: chase@teabychase.com

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