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MatchaStyle File: Texan Mom Drinks Matcha Almond Lattes 2-3 A Day. Read How She Saves Cash and Calories with Gotcha

October 9, 2012

So a busy mom called me today to speed up her matcha subscription payments.  She ran out of Gotcha Matcha and needed to have it – like yesterday.  Apparently automatically delivery ever 8 weeks isn’t fast enough.  We got to chatting and she shared with me her path to #MatchaStyle.  Our Texas Mama discovered the great taste of green tea chai lattes at a local retailer. She loved the drink but not the price, especially as a daily habit.  So, she explored the grocery aisle of a large bulk retailer and wound up with a sugary option loaded with milk products and stabilizers.  Low chi – as in low healing energy.  But our Mom Hero persevered, like all determined women, and took her search online where she discovered Matcha Source. A place for matcha lovers to buy quality matcha green tea at every price point.

Texan Mama saves money and calories by making her own Matcha Almond Milk Latte at home.

Texan Mama saves money and calories by making her own Matcha Almond Milk Latte at home.  Here’s her #matchastyle:

  • Sift stevia powder with matcha into a bowl
  • Add hot water and use a bamboo whisk to blend the tea
  • Add 6 oz cold almond milk and whisk again
  • Pour the tea and milk into a Magic Bullet type blender with ice and hit the button
  • Pour mixture into a tall glass
  • Add 2 more oz frothed almond milk on top

“Curbs my appetite.  I have no more sugar cravings.  I am totally addicted.  And it’s only 40 calories. “

 

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