lordmage wrote:For me some Tencha Matcha ghetto frothed in a large bottle.
Isn't all matcha made from tencha?
yes it is... newbie here. the grade seems to be for thin style. thats all i know beside what i posted in another thread.[/quote]
You're going to love getting into the higher grades. In the meantime, try to get the most bang for your buck by looking for really good usucha-grade matcha and practice proper preparation methods on them. I'm sure folks here have recommendations.[/quote]
yes indedd i am doing the best i can with limited work counter space and time but i did brew a cup at home and it was divine when i have more green i will enjoy it so much more often.[/quote]
Get your technique down. Heat and dry your bowl, sift your matcha, and watch videos so that you obtain good "lather" (smaller, tighter bubbles than mere froth/foam). I personally like koicha-grade matcha prepared as usucha and I have no doubt you will, too.