How to Prepare Spiked Raspberry Matcha Seltzer using White Claw®

Yes, you read that correctly.

Spiked! Raspberry! Matcha! Seltzer!

If each of those words don’t already bring you joy… just wait until you try them all together.

This recipe was accidentally discovered by Carmelisa from our Marketing Team when she intended to make a regular Sparkling Pineapple Matcha, but didn’t have sparkling water handy.

Her solution? Raspberry White Claw®.

As the late Bob Ross would say, “There are no mistakes, only happy accidents.”

Prep time: 10 min

Here's what you'll need:

2 12-oz Raspberry White Claw® Hard Seltzers
(sub with sparkling water if you’d prefer a non-alcoholic beverage)

Pineapple Puree

¼ cup pineapple chunks
¼ cup sugar or sweetener of choice
½ cup warm water 

Matcha Shot

1 tsp Junbi matcha
2 oz water

Makes two servings.

 

Here's how it's done:

STEP 1: MAKE PINEAPPLE PUREE

Blend sweetener and water for 15 seconds until fully dissolved, add pineapple then blend again until smooth. Divide evenly into 2 glasses.

STEP 2: PREPARE MATCHA

Whisk water and matcha in a bowl using a bamboo whisk or frother — You’ll know it’s ready when your tea looks smooth and frothy, about 30-45 seconds.

STEP 3: LAYER DRINK

Fill each cup halfway with ice, gently pour Raspberry White Claw ® Hard Seltzer and top each glass with a 1 oz matcha shot.
The key to layers = gently pouring onto the ice!

STEP 4: SHARE, MIX & ENJOY!

Marvel at your beautiful creation, take some pictures for the ‘gram (tag us at @preparejunbi!), thoroughly mix and enjoy your (Spiked) Raspberry Matcha Seltzer!
PS.  Feel free to use less or more sweetener to your taste

 

Thank you so matcha for tuning into our blog for this recipe! We hope you enjoy making it and would love to see your renditions on Instagram!

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