Iced Matcha Latte

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  • “Whoa, this was a lot better than expected. I was originally getting a regular latte with my French Cruller but the marketing hype for Dunkin’s new matcha lattes nudged me to order this instead. I...” Read full tasting note

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Make Way for Matcha Lattes at Dunkin’

Dunkin’ introduces Matcha Lattes as a delicious, new way to refresh and reenergize, available nationwide beginning February 26

CANTON, MA (February 20, 2020) – During our busiest days, it can be difficult to find even a moment to refresh and reset. Now Dunkin’, the brand that keeps on-the-go people running with great coffee and espresso, will offer the perfect coffee alternative to help deliver that much-needed mental break, with the introduction of new Matcha Lattes.

As compared to traditional green tea, where the tea leaves are steeped or brewed, Matcha is made by stone grinding young green tea leaf buds into a fine powder. Dunkin’s Matcha Lattes feature high-quality Matcha green tea powder, produced in the Nishio region of Aichi prefecture, Japan, where the finest Matcha has been grown for more than 800 years. Blended with guests’ choice of milk for a fresh, vibrant green tea flavor balanced with subtle sweetness, Matcha Lattes can be served hot, iced or frozen. A fan favorite when first introduced for a limited time in Springfield, MA and Phoenix, AZ last year, Dunkin’s beautifully bright Matcha Lattes will be available at participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide beginning February 26.

According to Paul Racicot, Director of Global Culinary Innovation at Dunkin’ Brands, “Whether you’re an avid Matcha Latte drinker or are trying it for the first time, guests can expect an authentic, quality experience with Dunkin’s Matcha Lattes. We’re excited to offer millions of Americans a delicious new way to run on Dunkin’ that perfectly matches the iconic brightness and energy that they know and love from our brand.”

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Whoa, this was a lot better than expected. I was originally getting a regular latte with my French Cruller but the marketing hype for Dunkin’s new matcha lattes nudged me to order this instead. I rarely order matcha drinks from cafes and bubble tea shops because they are never to my liking. Either they’re super sweet like Starbucks, taste weird, or made from poor quality matcha. However I enjoyed every slurp of this drink aside from the few clumps of undissolved matcha powder. Nice bright green tea flavor, not too earthy, with just the right amount of sugar to give it a subdued sweetness.

There was nothing fancy to the preparation of this drink at all. They literally just dumped matcha powder in with cold milk and ice and gave it a little stir. That’s it. No fancy whisk or hot water. It’s kind of embarrassing how this ridiculously simple preparation tasted better than the fussy methods I use at home to make matcha lattes. It never occurred to me to add matcha directly into cold water.

So with some inspiration from Dunkin, I’ve been making my own iced matcha lattes at home and dare I say they taste better than Dunkin’s. I start by dissolving a teaspoon of matcha powder in a little room temperature water inside a mason jar. Then add a small squirt of agave or sugar followed by milk. Put on a lid and shake everything till well blended. Drop in a few ice cubes and sip directly from the mason jar. Easy peasy. Soo good and no bitterness either!

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Generally speaking, I’m not a matcha fan, but I’ve got some sample packets that need to be used or pitched…you’ve inspired me! (Especially with warmer weather on the way.)


@gmathis, I don’t care for matcha on its own either but I love it in drinks and confectionery. Mixing it directly with cold water or milk though really makes for a smoother drinking experience.


Oh gosh, I don’t seem to like anything at Dunkin except munchkins. This doesn’t sound bad though!

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