Making matcha isn’t difficult, but it’s a process that should be treated with care. Dating back thousands of years, the powdered Japanese green tea is traditionally served in an elaborate tea ceremony. And to honor those historical roots you can make matcha at home in a mindful way, starting with the correct tools.
“It’s important to have the [right tools] because making matcha is a ritual that’s really grounding,” says Candice Kumai, a classically trained chef and the author of Kintsugi Wellness ($23). “When I make it in the morning and go