By Devon Sponheimer
Love matcha but don’t want to drink hot tea in the summer? We’ve got you covered, stay cool with this delicious summertime (or anytime!) treat – matcha green tea custard.
Most popular in tea form, matcha is used in a variety of ways – such as in dying foods and in a number of different confectioneries. Matcha is made from shade-grown tea leaves and are carefully harvested. Much like maple syrup in North America, several factors affect a matcha’s grade (and price).