Inspiration from 2018 | Matcha
In 2015 we wrote about Leonie van Spronsen who had a Matcha latte in Paris at the Maison Kitsuné, i.e. green coloured latte. Lately, we have also seen lattes in other colours passing by. In this article you’ll find some inspiration in regards to coloured lattes.
Matcha Latte | A healthy Japanese coffee alternative
Matcha is known to be full of antioxidants, fiber & chlorophyll, next to this when you drink a Matcha Latte, the combination with milk gives a sweet like flavour without any sugar. A few years ago ordering a cup of coffee was simple, there was the American, the espresso and the cappuccino or if you were feeling crazy a latte would be the beverage of choice. Boy, things have changed in that department. Nowadays everybody has their own special preference, white chocolate mocha with non-fat milk, a ristretto or an almond milk caramel macchiato, the options are infinite. But to say this made the coffee game healthier? Certainly not. Meanwhile, In Japan old traditions were held on to. In this article you will read about the ancient Japanese tradition, Matcha Latte.
Blue Matcha | Pink Matcha | Red Matcha
In 2018 we wrote about coloured matcha’s. Matcha.blue by fluxias GmbH sells blue, pink and red matcha. All three the matcha powders are packed in bamboo tubes. The all natural powders can be used to create vibrantly coloured beverages or could be used as substitutes for food coloring. The blue matcha is for example the finely ground powder of specially grown and processed natural blue tea known as blue butterfly pea tea. Another product to create coloured lattes, like Mermaid latte and the golden latte. In this article you can read more about the different coloured lattes.