You will need: 4 grams of Kilogram Organic Matcha fine mesh wire strainer, to be used as a sifter 2 oz of 175°F water small whisk cocktail shaker ¾ oz of simple syrup 8 oz of Oatly Barista Edition Oat Milk 3 oz ice Sift the matcha into the cocktail shaker. Add the 175°F water and whisk for 10 seconds. Add the ice, oat milk, and simple syrup to the shaker. Shake vigorously until cold and frothy. Serve in a pint glass.
You will need: 3 ounces of Kilogram Organic Masala Chai Concentrate 13 oz of vanilla, or sweet cream iced cream, or shake base whipped cream milkshake maker or blender stainless steel malt cup In a malt cup or blender combine the chai concentrate and ice cream. Mix thoroughly by starting at the lowest setting on your blender or milkshake maker, and then increase the speed to combine to the correct consistency. Serve in pint glass topped whipped cream. Yield is one 16 oz milk shake.
You will need: 5 grams Kilogram Organic Matcha fine mesh wire strainer, to be used as a sifter 120 grams of 180°F water small wire whisk small mixing bowl 375 grams of vanilla, or sweet cream iced cream, or shake base milkshake maker or blender stainless steel malt cup Sift the matcha into a small mixing bowl, and add the 180°F water. Whisk for 10 seconds. In a malt cup or blender jar, add ice cream, and gently compress. After the matcha has cooled slightly, pour it over the ice cream. Try not to melt the ice cream too much!...
One of our oldest herbal blends is King Crimson with its hibiscus and citrus flavor profile. It was followed up by our Crimson Iced tea, which is hibiscus and flavors of blueberry, strawberry and raspberry. This year I’ve added a new member to the Crimson family- Crimson Claus, a festive, holiday relative. Based on the Jamaican holiday punch, Sorrel, Crimson Claus can be enjoyed either hot or cold, or our favorite way, as a rum punch.
Adding matcha to cold water is a simple way to make a refreshing summer beverage. The trick is to get the matcha to integrate completely with the water. Our preferred method uses a cocktail shaker. Since matcha is powdered green tea it doesn't actually dissolve, so over time it will come out of solution. Sifting the tea will insure that there are no clumps of powder in your beverage.