matcha horchata: Easy matcha horchata latte that combines Japanese and Mexican flavors

The Best Matcha Horchata: 3-Ingredients Only!

We know you're a fan of matcha if you stumbled upon this page, but are you also a fan of horchata? Have you had the horchata matcha from True Food?

If you answered yes, then you'll love matcha horchata! This delicious matcha horchata drink is the perfect blend of two distinct flavors that come together to create a unique but complimenting taste.

Why? This drink combines the creamy and nutty flavors of horchata with the earthy and slightly umami taste of matcha. The sweetness can be adjusted to your liking, and the cinnamon gives it the perfect finish. 

Easy matcha horchata latte that combines Japanese and Mexican flavors

Matcha is a type of Japanese green tea that is made by grinding tea leaves into a fine powder. It has an earthy, umami taste and is known for its numerous health benefits.

Horchata, on the other hand, is a traditional Mexican drink made from rice milk, cinnamon, and sugar. It has a slightly sweet, slightly milky taste that is perfect for hot summer days.

The best thing about mixing these two together? You can easily make it at home as you can find all the ingredients in your cupboard!

Treat yourself to a matcha horchata today, and experience the perfect blend of Mexican and Japanese flavors!

Ingredients you need for your matcha horchata:

  • 1 1/2 tsp matcha powder

  • 1/4 cup water

  • 1 tsp cinnamon

  • 1/3 cup rice milk

  • ice cubes

In your chawan, sift the matcha powder to remove the clumps.

Add hot water and whisk until fully incorporated. You'll create a beautiful layer of froth on top.

Grab a glass, and fill with ice.

Pour in the rice milk, which is the key ingredient to making horchata.

Pour the matcha in.

Sprinkle with a generous amount of cinnamon, the other key ingredient to make great horchata.

Stir all together, and enjoy!

Directions, step-by-step for your horchata matcha drink:

  1. In your chawan, sift the matcha powder.
  2. Add hot water and whisk until fully incorporated.
  3. In a glass, fill with ice cubes.
  4. Pour in rice milk.
  5. Then pour the matcha.
  6. Sprinkle cinnamon.
  7. Stir, and enjoy!

Combining matcha with horchata can create a unique and flavorful fusion of tastes from Mexico and Japan!