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TWG pastry chef, Philippe Langlois, has over 20 years of experience in tea gastronomy, and his creations are served at TWG tea salons. Incorporating tea into desserts and patisseries has become his signature element, and at TWG he innovates using TWG's portfolio of 1,000-plus single-estate, fine harvest teas and exclusive blends.

Click here to see the Refreshing Ideas for Cooking with Tea story.


  • 50 grams ground almonds
  • 150 grams caster sugar
  • 4 egg whites
  • 50 grams all-purpose flour
  • 2 ½ teaspoons Matcha tea powder
  • 140 grams butter


Combine the ground almonds, caster sugar, and 1/3 of the egg whites in a bowl. Whisk the ingredients to create an even batter. Whisk in the remaining egg whites in 2 additions (it will start off looking thick and compact, but will gradually get diluted by the egg whites).

Sift the all-purpose flour and tea into a bowl. Overturn the mixture into the almond batter taking

care not to create any lumps. Whisk the ingredients until they are evenly combined.

Warm the butter in a pan over a low fire until it turns nut brown (it should smell like hazelnuts).

Pass the melted butter through a sieve and incorporate it into the previous preparation. Cover the batter and let it rest for 24 hours in the fridge.

The next day, preheat the oven to 330 degrees Fahrenheit (165 degrees Celsius). Transfer the batter into a piping bag. Fill 2/3 of each financier mold with batter. Bake for 15 minutes and remove them from the oven. If you are using iron molds, remove the financiers from the pans immediately. If you are using silicone molds, let them cool before you unmold them. Financiers can be served lightly warmed or cold.

12 Easy & Delicious Matcha Recipes That You Can Make Daily

Whether you’re new to Matcha and need some easy ways to fit it into your busy routine… Or you’re already a Matcha lover but haven’t ventured beyond the Matcha lattes… you’ll find these top recipes so quick, easy and versatile to enjoy!

In this post you'll discover:

  • The amazing effects of Matcha you too can experience on a daily basis!
  • What to look out for in Matcha to avoid the bitter taste and low effects.
  • Our most popular, easy hacks and quick recipes to enjoy your Matcha daily… even if you have no time!


Matcha is the highest quality and most powerful form of green tea. That’s why for a 1000 years it was only available to meditating monks, the Japanese royal family and Shoguns - leaders of the samurai warriors.

One of the reasons why today Matcha has become so popular all over the globe is because of the amazing way it makes people feel immediately after drinking it – plus it has many other powerful benefits.

Let’s have a look at what drinking Matcha can do for you:

    Instant focus and alertness - Matcha is the richest whole food source of L-theanine - a very rare nutrient that in studies has been found to promote an energized and focused state - even during highly demanding tasks.


In order to enjoy the taste of your Matcha each time and experience its powerful benefits - you need to make sure you’re only choosing a genuine ceremonial grade Matcha.

Because only genuine ceremonial grade Matcha is rich in L-theanine, the rare nutrient that is responsible for most of Matcha’s benefits - energy, focus, feeling settled and grounded, creative, productive and social.

That’s why only Matcha of this grade has ever been used by Buddhist monks for long hours of meditation… And only such a high grade has ever been used in the traditional Japanese tea ceremony: “The Way Of Tea”.

The higher the levels of L-theanine in Matcha - the more effects you’ll experience and the more amazing you’ll feel straight after drinking it.

“Only OB Matcha makes me feel energized, calmer, but not sleepy, revitalized and greener inside out, skin glows. Other matches can’t do this, they can’t even compare to OB Matcha, completely other level of quality” @sutfi on Instagram

How does this affect the taste?

The L-theanine gives Matcha its sweet notes - our Japanese tea master calls it “sweet without sugar”.

When Matcha is bitter you know straight away that it’s low in L-theanine (therefore the benefits you get will be poor too). This is one of the first signs that it’s of a low quality and not the type you're after!

Sadly Matcha has become such a buzzword today, which has resulted in many low quality Matcha products in shops and online being sold as “ceremonial grade” - especially because there are no regulations that companies have to comply with in order to call it this way in Western countries.

Before launching Organic Burst Matcha we have been researching Matcha for many months, travelling across Japan and tasting a large variety of the best Matcha in Japan, the US and Europe.

When we tasted our Matcha for the first time we knew immediately that was it! Until today we haven’t found anything that compares and hundreds of our Bursters from all over the globe agree.

“I don’t know how you guys do it, but your Matcha is unlike any others I’ve tried. It’s not fishy or bitter and it’s so easy to drink. And it doesn’t give me the terrible effects of caffeine. Wow. Thank you so much for producing such a high quality product!!” @kenziejenest on Instagram

Organic Burst Matcha is the real premium ceremonial grade, which is defined by:

  • Shading the tea leaves for at least 21 days - a difficult and expensive process that differentiates real Matcha from simple green tea. This is done to bring out its nutrient content, color and taste.
  • Picked only during the 1st harvest of the year - when the leaves are their richest in L-theanine. The later harvests produce lower grades of Matcha.
  • Lab tested showing very high levels of L-theanine.
  • Exceptional taste - creamy without cream, almost sweet, without sugar
  • Not bitter, fishy or pungent - these are signs of lower grades of Matcha or those that were fertilized with fish and beef bones - something our farmers never do.
  • Color - electric green (not faded or yellow green). The more vibrant the green color of Matcha the higher quality it is.
  • Fine milling for exquisite taste and quickly absorbed nutrients.

“@organicburst is by far the absolute best Matcha I’ve ever found! You can even drink it without anything added - the taste is so fine and sweet…nothing bitter at all! And the colour…such a bright green. Couldn’t find this at any other Matcha. I highly recommend it to everyone…try it”@anma_mapic on Instagram

12 Easy Ways To Enjoy Matcha Daily… Even If You Have No Time!

1. How To Make The Perfect Matcha - The Modern Way

Enjoy drinking Matcha pure - like a pro! Don’t be afraid of the taste - because unlike many other Matcha or green teas - Organic Burst Matcha doesn’t taste bitter or fishy! Due to its exceptional quality and purity it tastes creamy (without cream) and almost sweet (without sugar).

With this easy drink it only takes a few minutes to get in the zone for a creative session, a super productive working day, yoga or meditation.

Get the method here and your mornings will never be the same!

2. Everyday Matcha Latte

If you had Matcha lattes from coffee shops before - you’ll be so surprised when you have this real deal. Feel an instant lift, focus and burst of feel-good without any jitters - that only the real ceremonial grade Matcha such as Organic Burst Matcha can give you.

The coconut milk perfectly compliments our Matcha’s exquisite flavour and its good fats will help you feel energised for longer! Instead of coconut milk you can also use almond or any milk of your choice.

You’ll never want to spend money on a take-out Matcha latte again!

3. Matcha Chia Pudding

A super quick, tasty and easy brekkie or snack.

You can prepare it the night before and you have an awesome brekkie for a busy morning. Use an old empty jar and take it to work!

Start feeling vibrant and full until lunchtime!

4. Iced Matcha Latte

If you’re into your cold drinks you’ll love this iced Matcha latte! Unlike soda or cold brew coffee - the energy and focus you feel from Organic Burst Matcha do not come from sugar or caffeine - so you’ll instantly feel amazing without crashing later.


  • 1/2 teaspoon Organic Burst Matcha powder⠀
  • 1 cup almond milk/full fat coconut milk⠀
  • sweetener to taste (optional, we prefer rice malt syrup, stevia drops or coconut sugar)

Whisk everything together using an Aerolatte or a blender & pour into a glass over ice.

5. Matcha Green Juice

For all of you fans of green juices - our Matcha is an amazing addition! Adding it will make you feel extra vibrant and grounded - plus Matcha is known to help burn fat and boost metabolism!

That’s why we often carry a tin of our Matcha with us to supercharge our take-out juices.

Check out the recipe for our Matcha green juice here (NO juicer needed!)

6. Matcha Pre-Workout Smoothie

Put on your workout shoes and get ready with this energy-packed smoothie! The thermogenic properties in Organic Burst Matcha helps you break down that stubborn fat.

Almonds and cashews contain protein and healthy fats which help you power through your workout.

BONUS: it’s a fantastic on-the-go breakfast too!

7. Brain Fuel Matcha

Enjoy this quick and deliciously creamy 4-ingredient combo! The combination of the powerful L-theanine in our Matcha + healthy fats in coconut oil are the perfect brain-fuel!

Get this easy recipe here and feel instantly focused and motivated to power through your to-do list!

8. Matcha Buckwheat Parfait

Say hello to parfait perfection with this delicious brekkie, snack or healthy dessert, bursting with energizing Matcha goodness. Buckwheat is a totally gluten-free pseudo-grain, rich in magnesium and fibre!

9. Matcha Chai Latte

The perfect warming, comforting yet energizing drink for those colder autumn days. Organic Burst Matcha and cinnamon are the perfect combo for boosting metabolism and stabilizing blood sugar levels.

You’ll love how this makes you feel - alive and focused, yet content and grounded.

10. Matcha Guacamole

Do you love avocados? Then you’ll really enjoy this quick, easy & totally delicious (weight-loss friendly!) snack or a starter.

11. Matcha Overnight Oats

Start your day off right with this super delicious, quick & energizing brekkie. Mix up the night before and enjoy with fresh berries the next day for a fuss-free morning!

BONUS: amazing for glowing skin too!

12. Matcha Mojito Smoothie

Coconut water + Matcha + avocado + mint = health foodie’s paradise! This alcohol-free smoothie twist on the famous cocktail will leave you feeling energized, satiated and super happy!

Matcha Financiers

Spring break is finally here, which means I get to spend every day in my pajamas and get some spring cleaning done (I’m a fun person, I promise). I started my week off with a BBQ at my parents’ and I was in charge of dessert as per usual so I made two kinds of financiers: lemon blueberry and matcha. My dad isn’t a fan of green tea desserts, but I saw that the cherry blossoms in our neighborhood are starting to bloom and it made me crave green tea. I had to.

The batter comes together in less than 10 minutes. Brown the unsalted butter, and while that’s cooling, combine the dry ingredients in a bowl. Stir in the honey and egg whites, then add the cooled butter and mix until combined. Done.

Divide the batter evenly in a buttered mini muffin pan. I topped mine with pickled cherry blossoms (check out this post on how to prep the cherry blossoms). Bake in a preheated oven for about 10 minutes at 395°F (200°C). Let them cool in the pan for a couple of minutes and then take them out on a wire rack until completely cooled.

Sweet & Savory Matcha Recipes

Think matcha is just made for teas and lattes? We've got 7 unexpected ways to cook with this delicate, subtly-flavored green tea powder.

Photo By: Kate Mathis ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Kate Mathis ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Kate Mathis ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Kate Mathis ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Kate Mathis ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Kate Mathis ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Kate Mathis ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Kate Mathis ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

What's The Buzz?

No doubt you've heard all the buzz about matcha: the finely-ground tea powder that's been used in traditional Japanese tea ceremonies for centuries is definitely having a modern moment. And with its distinct earthy taste and color, high caffeine content and purported health benefits, it's no wonder it's so popular. Here, we lend matcha's sophisticated flavor to everything from sweet drinks and desserts to a savory soup and secret-ingredient rub for meat.


Learn different ways of enjoying matcha. Beyond the traditional usucha or koicha, there are many ways of enjoying matcha. We never believed in keeping with strict tradition, and here you will find many novel ways in which you can bake and create with matcha.

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Make tasty Dalgona Whipped Matcha latte at home easily

Inspired by Dalgona coffee, this creamy and fluffy concoction of whipped matcha topped over hot or cold milk makes a great comforting drink that’s easily …

A tasty breakfast with Matcha Spread recipe

Matcha and strawberries? This heavenly combination is delicious with just the right amount of bitterness. Here’s another interesting way of enjoying strawberries–by dipping it into a delicious matcha spread!

How to make delicious Matcha Financiers

A sweet, fragrant delight that’s incredibly moist with crisp golden edges. Taking a bite into these matcha financiers is an absolute treat when accompanied with a glass of hot tea in the afternoon.

Easy matcha green tea cookies with white chocolate chips

A delicious, soft and comforting matcha green tea cookie is just what you need as a tasty snack or a holiday treat. This quick and easy matcha green tea cookie with white chocolate chips delights you with every bite.

Make matcha affogato at home effortlessly

An easy two-step Matcha Affogato recipe, a classic Italian dessert with an Asian twist. With just vanilla ice cream and matcha, you’re less than 5 minutes away from indulging in a refreshing dessert!

Iced Matcha Latte Recipe

A step-by-step guide to making the best classic matcha latte! All you need is milk, matcha and some sugar (to your liking) to make this smooth, rich and creamy matcha goodness.

How to make Cold Brew Matcha

Unlike cold brew coffee, cold brew matcha is easy and quick to make. No special tools or knowledge required. No matter how busy you are, anyone can make a refreshing cold brew matcha in less than a minute.

How to make a Matcha Shot

Unlike existing energy drinks, matcha tea shots can be enjoyed without sugar. Here’s how to make a green tea matcha shot for an afternoon pick me up that will last til dinner!

How to make Matcha Tea easily

What is matcha tea, is it just another type of matcha drink? Matcha tea just refers to a category of matcha drinks made with matcha …

How to prepare Usucha and Koicha

Usucha and Koicha are the two traditional ways of preparing matcha. Usucha means “thin tea”, while koicha means “thick tea”. Before matcha exploded in popularity …

Our Classic Matcha Latte Recipe

A step-by-step guide to making the best classic matcha latte! All you need is milk, matcha and some sugar (to your liking) to make this smooth, rich and creamy matcha goodness.

Financier mini cakes with matcha tea recipe

1. Cut the butter into pieces and melt it in a saucepan. Continue cooking until it turns a light brown color. Strain over a ramekin and let stand.

2. Mix the rest of the ingredients one by one: the icing sugar with the almond powder, then the matcha, the flour, finish with the egg whites until you obtain a homogeneous consistency.

3. Incorporate the brown butter in two batches into the preparation.

4. Pour the dough into mini financial molds. Slide into a preheated oven at 175 ° C for 12 to 14 minutes. Let cool out of the oven then unmold.

5. Arrange the financiers on a plate. Serve with fresh raspberries and green tea.

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Matcha has become quite the trend within the food world. Matcha ice cream, matcha doughnuts, matcha bread. but my favorite way to enjoy the green tea has always been in the refreshingly delicious iced latte form. Unlike normal green tea, matcha contains the whole leaf that makes it much stronger in health benefits and caffeine. With a slight "grassy" taste, many describe it as sweeter than normal green tea. This vibrant green powder additionally contains a variety of antioxidants. For more info on the health benefits check out this article from Spoon University: Everything You Need to Know About Matcha. According to an article by Healthline, consuming antioxidants can help stabilize free radicals from your body. This drink is traditionally served warm, but can also be served iced according to preference. The iced matcha latte recipe below is the perfect way to brighten up any morning!

Matcha powder comes in a variety of qualities including culinary grade, ceremonial grade, and Grade A. Prices vary between grades, but the taste is fairly similar across the board and ultimately depends on personal preference. Another tool that is a good investment would be either an electric milk frother or an bamboo matcha whisk to ensure a fully blended drink every time. If you do not have either, a normal kitchen whisk can get the job done!

Madison Vernon

Matcha Green Tea Macaron with Chocolate Ganache Recipe

Macarons are French cookies that are just as delicious as they are beautiful. Many people believe that macarons are difficult to make from scratch, when in fact they are very easy. All you need is a gram scale and a great recipe (and we’ve got the recipe part covered.) These matcha green tea macarons with a chocolate ganache, is a spectacular Asian inspired variation. The variety of flavors results in the perfect cookie.

This recipe takes a little more effort than other matcha cookies, but the result is well worth the work. They are a lovely color and the refreshing vegetal taste makes the cookie taste just as good as it looks.

Matcha Financiers

This marks another Tuesday recipe testing as we cook along with the "Tuesdays with Dorie" online group. Please note that we do not post the recipes, per the group rules, but we do encourage others to RUN out and buy their own copy of Dorie Greenspan's "Baking Chez Moi". Better yet, buy the book and JOIN THE GROUP !


Your cakes look great and so green. I will try this tea when I find it at a reasonable price.

I love your story about being out-hipstered. Hilarious! I was not encouraged either. the tea smelled like rabbit or hamster food, but I agree did wind up tasting pretty good.

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Oh these look so good! I love Financiers! I will have to make them next week when I am home. I have matcha and the Financier pans sitting in my kitchen, but they are not doing me any good here on Long Island.
You both did a fantastic job. Loved you hipster story, Tricia!

Both of your cakes have such a great green color! I really like the matcha madeleines idea, Tricia! Nana, the cross-section of your financier looks perfect!

Oh Tricia, you are the hipsterest :-)
Glad your experiment went well with these - this one seems to be a mixed verdict for the group.
Kind of off-topic, but Starbucks makes a green tea latte that I am rather fond of. (am I allowed to admit that?) Maybe that is because I know that no one else will drink it on me.

Both of your cakes turned out beautifully. Love the beautiful green color. How fun to be hip. (You were both braver than I was, I substituted vanilla for the Matcha.)

Both the madeleine and mini cupcake shapes turned out beautifully - so moist and such a vibrant shade of green.

Both cakes look so delicious and green. What a good idea to make them in a Madeline pan, very pretty!

Recipe Summary

  • 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons almond flour (
  • 8 ounces (2 sticks) unsalted butter
  • 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons cake flour (not self-rising)
  • 3 cups confectioners' sugar
  • 8 large egg whites, room temperature
  • Vegetable oil or cooking spray, for pan
  • Orange Glaze, optional

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spread almond flour evenly on a rimmed baking sheet. Toast until browned, 8 to 10 minutes. Remove from oven, and raise heat to 375 degrees. Meanwhile, melt butter in a small saucepan over medium heat until browned, about 8 minutes. Immediately transfer to a bowl with browned bits. Let cool.

Combine flours and sugar in the bowl of a mixer. Add whites, and beat on medium speed until combined and sugar is incorporated. With machine running, pour in browned butter (with brown bits) in a slow, steady stream. Continue to beat for 3 minutes. Batter can be refrigerated for up to 3 days.

Coat a cast-iron pan with oil or cooking spray, and fill halfway with batter. Bake until dark gold (time will vary depending on size of pan). Remove from oven, and immediately transfer financiers from pan to a wire rack. Let cool. Coat each with glaze if desired, or serve immediately.

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