Light, creamy and refreshing iced matcha latte made at home, in the blender in under a minute. This Starbucks copycat recipe taste just as good for a fraction of the price!
Matcha!! Ever since I tried this iced matcha latte a few years ago, I’ve never turned back. It’s so creamy, refreshing and tastes like no other drink. I crave the iced version in the summer and usually end up picking up a glass at my local Starbucks, but it’s so expensive; $4 a cup? no, thank you. This homemade version tastes just as good, if not better for a fraction of the price.

The milk and matcha powder is mixed in the blender to remove any lumps. This means you can double or triple the recipe and store the remaining Matcha in the fridge for the rest of the week. To use, simply pour into a cup of ice and enjoy!

The trick to making a good matcha latte is a good quality matcha powder. Matcha powder is one of those things that you should spend the few extra pennies and get the good brand because matcha varies in quality. Generally, the lighter the matcha the better quality. Stay away from matcha that looks olive or brownish.

What is Matcha Powder?

Matcha is a type of powdered green tea that is mostly grown and produced in Japan. During the last few weeks of their growth, the tea leaves are shaded from the sun to increase their chlorophyll content and produce the vibrant green color. The leaves are then ground to produce a fine powder which is used in recipes for making teas, lattes, smoothies, and even ice-cream.

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Iced Matcha Green Tea Latte

Creamy and refreshing homemade version of Starbucks Iced Matcha Latte made in the blender in under 1 minute. 
Prep1 minute
Total1 minute
Servings 1 cup



  • To the bowl of a blender, add the milk, matcha powder, and vanilla syrup.Blend for 30 seconds to 1 minute or until the matcha is lump free. 
  • Pour into a cup of ice and Enjoy! 


*Double or triple the recipe and store the remaining matcha in mason jars in the fridge for the rest of the week.

Additional Info

Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Japanese
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  1. What are the calories per serving along with the total carbs, fats, and total protein? Thank you!

  2. Love matcha green tea cold latte. Healthy benefits. Drink every other day. I’m elderly type 1 diabetic 40+ years. Just started the matcha powder teas. Highly recommend for boosting metabolism and brain from strokes affected over past couple years, no short term memory. Anxious for benefactors.

  3. I get Lavender Simple Syrup from a local lavender farm and add a touch of that to sweeten!

  4. So yummy! Creamy perfectly sweet and cheap in comparison to getting it from a coffee shop.

    1. Also I add a small bananna or half of lg bananna, stevia sweetner w/ oat or almond milk.

  5. Thank you for this recipe! This was simple and easy. I followed the recipe and then added agave syrup 🔥 turned out really good! 😋

    1. thank you, for reminding me and all for the simple recipe and then we can make it our own.

  6. I was craving Starbucks but didn’t want to make the trip there. I just tried this recipe and it’s so good! I used honey and vanilla extract to sweeten it. I also tripled the recipe so I can store it in the fridge for the rest of the week. I can’t believe how easy it was with ingredients I already had at home, this is going save me a lot of $$

  7. It tastes almost exactly like the Starbucks drink. I didn’t have the vanilla syrup, so I used 2 tsp of Maple syrup and 1/4 tsp of Vanilla Extract.

  8. Wow this was the best matcha latte I’ve ever tasted! I put agave syrup for the sweetener and used vanilla almond milk. This mix was heavenly, I went ahead and made a 3 day supply.

  9. I feel silly for saying this, but I can’t believe making matcha lattes at home is this easy. I loved the foaminess from the blender, and 2 teaspoons of honey was just enough sweetness. Thanks so much for sharing this!!

  10. This was way better than starbucks!!!! I needed a recipe because my other one got the drink all chunky. THIS HAD NO LUMPS!!! definitely recommend.

  11. Just made this this morning and it’s wonderful!! I tweaked a few things though. First I mixed my matcha into about 4oz of hot water first then stuck it in the freeezer for a few mins. Secondly I found that mixing it with Vanilla Almond milk with a touch of honey eliminated the need for additional sweeteners! Mixed it all in a shaker with ice. LOVE IT!

  12. Which brand of matcha do you recommend? Is whole milk okay or do you prefer another type of milk? Thank you I’m new to this I had my first iced matcha latte last week and I’m obsessed!

    1. Magic Hour makes amazing organic biodynamic teas. I love their ceremonial matcha.