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How to Make Matcha on the Go

Preparing matcha on-the-go couldn’t be easier; here is what you will need to do

GATHER ITEMS

1: A single serve Matcha Travel Pack
2: A resealable bottle of cold, filtered water (12 to 16 ounces). Take a sip or leave a bit of room at the top to allow for optimal infusion when shaking.

OPEN

Tear open a single serve Matcha Travel Pack; empty contents into bottled water. (For best results and to avoid clumping, always add matcha to the water).

Shake

Seal tightly and shake vigorously for 15 to 20 seconds.

REALLY SHAKE IT

You call that shaking? C’mon, you can do better than that!

THATS IT

You’re ready to enjoy the great flavor, natural energy and all the health benefits matcha delivers—anywhere! Keep in mind: since matcha is stone-ground tea leaves, some settling of tea powder may occur. Simply reseal and shake a few more times to reincorporate into the liquid. Enjoy!

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