Addicted to matcha? Welcome to the club. The mind-sharpening and zen-buzzing green tea powder can easily become a must-have throughout the day. Especially served with hot almond or soy milk and a little sweetner. Yum.
So where do you find organic mathca tea and latte in Denmark? And do we Danes even drink that healthy stuff? Fear not. Yes. We do drink it. And yes. We got matcha here as well.
Keep on reading and I’ll show you where in the Kingdom of Denmark, you can stop for a cup (or three) of organic matcha latte or tea.
Mathca latte and tea guide, Denmark
Matcha is still fairly new drink in the danish cafe scene, so currently matcha tea and latte is only available in Copenhagen and Århus, the two largest cities in Denmark.
In Århus you can enjoy organic matcha latte or tea at Emmerys, an organic bakery chain located several places throughout the city. Emmerys, which you can also find around Copenhagen, offers matcha latte made with either organic soy or cows milk, for the price of around 40dkkr. (See here for cafe location).
So far, this is the only place I know of in Århus that serves organic Matcha.
In Copenhagen you have several places to choose from if you are looking for organic matcha latte or tea.
- Matcha bar, Denmarks first matcha bar, serves hot- and cold matcha drinks, as well as a full matcha menu. For more info see my recent post on the Matcha bar in Copenhagen. Address: Helgolandsgade 13, KLD, 1653 KBH V. Website.
- Frankly Market, an organic juice-bar (and juice-delivery company), serves organic matcha latte made with organic almond milk. Address: Sværtegade 2 1118 København. Website.
- Tante Te, (means: Aunt Tea) a tea and coffee cafe, serves organic mathca tea and latte, as well as matcha latte ice, made with organic almond or soy milk. Price: 45dkkr. Address: the tea cafe can be found three places in Copenhagen: Viktoriagade 6, 1655 København V, Flæsketorvet 22, 1711 København V & Torvehal 2, Stade B2, 1364 København K.
- Emmerys (se description under Århus).
If you are looking for organic matcha powder, this can be found in most health food stores in the bigger cities as well at some of the cafes which serves matcha tea and latte.
Have you ever enjoyed an organic matcha latte or tea in Denmark? And if so, where did you get it? Please feel free to comment below – I’d love to hear from you.