I love cold drinks.
Over the years, I've had time to ponder why this is.
The conclusion I've come to is this: I'm too impatient to wait for hot drinks to cool, which is why I burn my tongue every time a tasty hot brew is sitting in front of me. Then, when the drink is cool enough to drink, I can't even taste the thing because my taste buds are scorched.
As I said, I've had time to figure this out.
As it stands, I like my drinks colder than the North Pole. So, as you might guess, a cup full of ice is my favorite way to start a beverage.
Most of the time this ends up being a frosty Wild Cold Brew in a mason jar. But this can be easily overdone, which I've learned the hard way.
That's when I turn to smooth cold brew matcha.
There are two versions of iced Wild Matcha I use often, interchanging each depending on the mood. The first version is iced matcha in its purest form; ice, water, and matcha.
The second method is similar to a traditional cold brew coffee; cream or milk, ice, and matcha.