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Vegan Matcha Latte Recipe

April 26, 2019

Vegan Matcha Latte Recipe

Healthy, delicious and bang-on-trend, this latte recipe is not only vegan, but organic too!

You can create this recipe easily with a simple metal whisk - no specialist tools necessary!

Vegan Matcha Latte

Ingredients (per serving):

  • 2 tsp Tea Palace Organic Matcha Taishan Powder

  • 150ml Organic Coconut Milk

  • 100ml Organic Almond Milk

  • 1 tsp Organic Honey

  • 25ml Boiling Water


Add the matcha powder and boiling water to the serving cup and whisk vigorously until the powder is completely dissolved and a thick foam begins to form. Add the honey and whisk for another 20 seconds.

In a saucepan, heat the coconut and almond milks together over heat until it starts to steam. Remove from the the heat and whisk until creamy and foamy.

Add the nut-milk mixture to the matcha base and serve! 


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