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Raspberries Matcha Latte

This iced matcha oat milk latte topped with blended raspberries sweet cream makes for a fruity twist on your favorite matcha latte.

This quick and easy raspberries matcha latte recipe requires simple ingredients to make a dreamy cup of Raspberries matcha latte in the comfort of your own home. This elegant drink made with fresh raspberries and matcha will instantly brighten up your day with its beautiful harmony of flavors. I love that this drink Raspberries matcha is strong on the matcha and tastes like real raspberries. No artificial cough medicine rich raspberry milk here!

What Is Matcha:

Matcha is finely ground powder of specially grown and processed green tea leaves, traditionally consumed in East Asia. The green tea plants used for matcha are shade-grown for three to four weeks before harvest; the stems and veins are removed during processing. Matcha has undoubtedly become one of the world’s most unique culinary ingredients and one that I often like to use.

Amongst the many ways that Matcha can be used, one of my favorite things to make with this golden ingredient is this matcha raspberry latte.



• 1 teaspoon matcha powder,

• 2 oz hot water

• 1 teaspoon liquid sweetener, e.g., agave nectar

• 6 oz milk, dairy or plant based (I prefer oat milk)

• ice


• 6-8 Raspberries

• 2 oz heavy cream

• 1 oz milk

• 1 teaspoon sweetener



In a small bowl, sift in matcha powder. Pour in hot water and whisk vigorously with a milk frother or bamboo whisk until dissolved and slightly foamy on top. Stir in your sweetener while it's still warm.

Fill a glass about ¾ full with ice. Pour in milk and Matcha. Stir to combine.


In a small bullet blender, blend raspberries, heavy cream, milk, and sweetener for 10-15 seconds until the consistency resembles melted ice cream.

Pour on top of the Matcha latte and give it a gentle stir to blend the layers.

Invest in a matcha whisk

The best way to have the matcha tea light is by aerating it. I highly recommend investing in a good matcha whisk or a small milk frother for aerating matcha teas, like those for lattes.

These tools help incorporate air into the tea, making it light. I love the convenience of a latte/ milk frother, but the aesthetic look of a matcha whisk is hard to beat.

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