Let’s talk matcha shaker the easy matcha tea maker! We will see how to make matcha tea the easy way. From the simple battery operated milk frother to the traditional ceremonial style. While all work relatively well, you may find yourself favoring one technique over the other. And the tea infuser bottle is a great way to do it too.
In this post, we’ll specifically take a look at making matcha tea in a matcha shaker. We like this method for the minimal resources needed and for its on-the-go convenience. Sometimes our lives can become hectic and making sure we’re taking care of ourselves while conquering the world can be a difficult task. But, with a little bit of matcha and the right tools, a quick boost to your system is easy. If you want to learn more about matcha before we get shaking, click here.
How to make matcha tea:
Using a matcha shaker (also called a tea infuser bottle) is a very easy way to make matcha tea to go. So let see how to make matcha tea very easily in the Marino! Alright, let’s get our matcha tea on!
What you’ll need:
- Matcha tea
- MARINO tea infuser and matcha maker – matcha shaker bottle
- MARRAKESH pour over kettle
- Matcha spoon
How to make matcha green tea in a matcha shaker:
1) Add one matcha spoon (1/2 teaspoon) of matcha into your MARINO tea bottle tea infuser
2) Place the tea infuser into the bottom.
3) Then secure the lid with the infuser in it.
4) Set the bottle upright and take off the top lid. Then add 80 degree Celsius water through the top with your pour over kettle. Also remember to fill it ¾ of the way full. Do not use water any hotter than 80 degrees Celsius as this will create a bitter taste. Also do use a pour over kettle for control and to prevent any spillage from occurring.
5) Next, tighten the lid on top making sure it’s secure. Shake the bottle until the matcha tea powder is mixed and a layer of foam forms on the top.
6) Open lid and enjoy your matcha tea!
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