[ mah-chuh ]
/ ˈmɑ tʃə /
a finely ground powder made from small green tea leaves that have been steamed briefly, then dried, used to make tea and as a flavoring in desserts.
tea made by mixing this powder with hot water, traditionally used in the Japanese tea ceremony.
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Origin of matcha
< Japanese < matsu “to rub” + cha “tea” (< Chinese chá )
Words nearby matcha
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Example sentences from the Web for matcha
One of my favorite things to do there is to have matcha tea—but prepared the authentic way, by a tea master.
Call it, great lady, by another name; An humble modesty, that would not matchA molehill with Olympus.The Plays of Philip Massinger|Philip Massinger