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How to Make a Blueberry Matcha Latte



How to Make a Blueberry Matcha Latte - Iced


Step 1. Depending on how strong you like your matcha sift 1-2 spoonfuls of matcha into a glass and whisk with hot, not boiling water.


Step 2. Add ice to your glass and then your milk, leaving 2 inches at the top.


Step 3. Add your matcha to your milk and then add your blueberry syrup (choose from the recipes below) it’s up to you how much syrup you want to add but start with a teaspoon and go from there.


How to Make a Quick Blueberry Syrup


100g blueberries

100g granulated sugar


Step 1: Combine your sugar and blueberries in a saucepan on medium heat and stir until the sugar is all dissolved and your blueberries have broken down. It will get very hot so be careful!

Step 2: For a smooth syrup sieve your mixture and voila, your syrup is ready to use.


How to Make Traditional Blueberry Cheong


What is Cheong?


Cheong refers to fruit preserved with sugar, so jams and syrups like this blueberry Cheong recipe fall into this category.   


Again, you want equal parts blueberries and brown, granulated sugar.


250g Blueberries

250g Granulated Sugar


Step 1. Wash and dry your blueberries, ensure your blueberries are completely dry before the next step.


Step 2. Add a layer of blueberries to a clean Kilner jar followed by a layer of sugar and build up ending with a final layer of sugar.


Step 3: Be patient and leave your jar in a cool, dry dark place for 3 months. This allows the fruits to break down and amalgamate with the sugar creating a delicious syrup.



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