This is part two of a two-part series comparing our grades of matcha, where we explore the differences among the highest class matchas in our lineup.
This is part one of a two-part series comparing our grades of matcha, where we introduced the general differences from high to low.
Koicha ("thick tea") is a style of preparing matcha with a thick density. True to its name, a properly-made koicha has a consistency somewhere in-between maple syrup and warm honey.
A matcha latte combines the crisp, green bite of matcha powder with the creaminess of milk. From the variety of matcha to the type of milk and ratios in your recipe, a few factors determine the character of a matcha latte.