Ingredients First Meet Matcha: Your New Favorite Flavor Share Article: Whether you’re in the city or by the beach, tea lovers everywhere are going green with Matcha tea. A long standing tradition in Japanese culture, Matcha tea is processed from green tea leaves that have been ground into a soft powder and then sifted and whisked with hot water. Matcha originated in Japanese tea ceremonies from the 12th century and has become widely popular thanks to its health benefits, unique flavor and distinct look. If you’re looking for a caffeine fix in New York, Brooklyn or Miami, look no further: Cha Cha Matcha – New York 373 Broome St, New York, NY 10013 Take a break and refuel during your city explorations at Cha Cha Matcha. Grab the NQR from 1 Hotel Central Park and visit the vibrant shop in the heart of SoHo, serving matcha in the form of tea, lattes, cappuccinos, yogurt and even frozen yogurt to satisfy your sweet tooth. Matcha Bar – Brooklyn 93 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249 Tucked away in Brooklyn, MatchaBar is a family-owned business run by two brothers committed to bringing the neighborhood a quality matcha product – whether by the cup to sip on at the café or by the bottle to take home to enjoy later. Not only does MatchaBar make a variety of drinks with the unique green tea powder, but the café also offers different pastries and snacks to satisfy any craving. Photo Credit: @dominicalipinski via InstagramVice City Bean – Miami 1657 N Miami Ave c, Miami, FL 33137 Wake up and smell the coffee, Miami – or the matcha, in this case. In easy, breezy Miami, Vice City Bean is a delight for your taste buds and your eyes. Pick a spot by the café’s colorful hand-painted wall mural and enjoy a uniquely crafted beverage before heading back to the beach. As tasty as it is healthy, matcha is the perfect go-to drink that is sure to satisfy, whether you’re in the city or by the beach. Share Article: Other Articles You May Enjoy Beach Club Member Spotlight: Monica Simon Introducing Beach Club Member, Monica Simon. Monica is a Wealth Manager and Financial Advisor. View Story Tagged as 1 Hotel South Beach Our People How You Can Stop Global Warming Written by Melissa Denchak. Article provided by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). Read the original story here. Healing the planet starts in your garage, in your kitchen, and at your dining-room table. View Story Tagged as 1 Promise Beach Club Member Spotlight: Dan Fingerhut Each month we will introduce you to a new Beach Club Member with our Member Spotlight Series, to help you get a glimpse in to the community we’re building. If you’re interested in becoming a Beach Club Member, apply to join today. View Story Tagged as Daylife 1 Hotel South Beach Our People To minimize the use of plastic in your own life, look around your home and work to identify plastic items. From there, seek to find alternatives.