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Green tea lovers
Iced Minty Lime Matcha This matcha rendition is quick to prep (no frothy whisking required), thirst quenching, and rejuvenating. Just add mint leaves, agave, and lime juice.
Ingredients: 1 scoop of matcha
1 cup of lukewarm water
2 scoops of organic lime juice
3 scoops of organic honey or maple syrup
4 fresh mint leaves 1 handful of ice cubes
Directions: Empty the scoop of matcha into a bowl. Press whisk down on matcha several times to break up powder. Add a couple of ounces of the lukewarm water. Whisk or stir to make a green concentrate. Pour concentrates into a drink shaker. Add a remainder of the lukewarm water, lime juice, honey and mint leaves. Shake vigorously, pour over ice, and enjoy!
The tea ceremony (Sado: "the way of the tea") is a ceremonial way of preparing and drinking tea. The custom has been strongly influenced by Zen Buddhism. Nowadays, the tea ceremony is a relatively popular hobby. Many Japanese, who are interested in their own culture, take tea ceremony lessons. Tea ceremonies are held in traditional Japanese rooms in cultural community centres or private houses. The ceremony itself consists of many rituals that have to be learned by heart. Almost each hand movement is prescribed. Basically, the tea is first prepared by the host, and then drunk by the guests. The tea is matcha green tea made of powdered tea leaves.