Discovering Blue Matcha: Flavor, Benefits, and More

blue matcha

Blue matcha – powdered flowers of the Clitoris (the same Anchan tea that we wrote about earlier). And green matcha is a powder made from green tea leaves. It turns out that the cooking method is the same, but the composition is different. For general understanding, it is easier to call anchovy powder matches too, so let’s leave it as it is.

In general, matcha is tea leaves ground into powder in millstones. A sort of concentrate of all useful substances. This powder is brewed, and an unusual drink is obtained. When you consume the whole plant, it maximizes the benefits you get, as all parts of the ‘tea leaves’ are utilized by your body.

What sets blue matcha apart from green matcha

Matches differ in taste and their effect on the body. In short, blue matcha is a relaxant, and green is an antioxidant. (By the way, 4 varieties of green matcha from Japan and how to brew them). We will consider the blue one in detail.

blue matcha

Blue matcha is interesting primarily for its color. You can get a shade from pale blue to rich indigo. The Anchana color change trick also works with blue matches: the powder reacts to the pH level of the liquid. If you drop a couple of drops of lemon juice into a powder diluted with water, it will change color to purple-purple.

Utilizing Matcha: What You Need to Know

So, what are the valuable benefits of blue matcha, which represents the essence of Anchana, and how can it enhance your well-being? Blue matcha enhances memory and offers relief from irritability, making it highly beneficial. Reduces the level of cortisol, therefore, a single-use relieves stress, with constant relief of chronic fatigue and insomnia. At the same time, as well as Anchan, blue matcha is not recommended to be consumed at night. It’s worth noting that blue matcha can help ease PMS symptoms and combat inflammation and harmful germs

Activates the production of collagen and elastin, which means it makes the skin smoother, accelerates blood flow, and keeps the vessels in good shape. It affects hair growth and delays the onset of gray hair.

Exploring the Unique Flavor of Matcha

Unlike green matcha, there is no bitterness and tartness in the taste of blue, there are no sea shades, so its taste is universal. The subtle herbaceous taste will go well with any vegetable milk, reveal its tenderness, and emphasize unusual notes. For example, a nut or coconut will open brightly in combination with blue powder.

If you are a fan of more delicate combinations, then soy or oat milk is for you. However, the combination with cow milk will also be wonderful. Here you can already choose according to your preferences.

I think blue matcha can rightfully be called the elixir of eternal youth.

Brewing Matcha: Delicious Recipes to Try

Dilute half a teaspoon of matcha with slightly cooled boiling water. Mix thoroughly and whisk until smooth.

Blue Matcha Latte

Frankly speaking, blue matcha in its purest form turns out to be boring. Therefore, we recommend making a matcha latte like in trendy coffee shops.

What you will need:

Matcha blue 1 gr. (this is about ¼ teaspoon)

water ⅓ cup

Milk ⅓ cup

Crafting the Perfect Cup of Matcha: Step-by-Step Guide

Preheat the milk to 80 °C (do not bring it to a boil!).

Dilute the matcha in warm water and whisk.

Add milk.

Whisk to a fine bubble foam with a whisk or cappuccino maker.

The drink can be sweetened (at the stage of adding milk) or varied with spices to taste.


Important notes

Try it the first time so as not to spoil the impression. Then experiment with the amount you can reach up to 5 grams.

Milk can be added immediately, or you can beat it to a fine bubble foam. To do this, you can use a blender or a French press if you do not have the above-mentioned units. Pour warm milk into the diluted match.

For an Instagram photo, it remains only to draw a drawing with milk foam. A thick syrup poured with a thin trickle, will settle perfectly on the foam. A win-win option is a caramel or coconut.

Matcha: Nature’s Green Dye

Blue matcha is the perfect dye. Half a teaspoon is enough to color the dough in a bright blue color. During heat treatment, the color does not disappear and does not fade. For uniformity of color, the dye must be dissolved in warm water or milk. In this way, you can make the cream, sponge cake, glaze, or add it to ordinary dishes for a change as your imagination desires.

Concluding the Findings

So, the spectacular process of making a blue latte may interest both an amateur and an advanced tea drinker. Blue matcha will also be useful for baking lovers. The advantage of matcha is also its very economical consumption and unobtrusive taste, which is why it will be an excellent

option for a beginner. It perfectly diversifies the home range of drinks for every day.

Have a nice matchup!

Your guide to the world of exquisite tastes, Kashan.

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