If you don't have time to make fresh pumpkin seed milk, use almond milk instead



This supercharged iced matcha latte has rhodiola, which helps oxygenate blood going to the brain, and pine pollen, which enhances whole body function. Perfect for a morning brew or afternoon pick me up.

Serves 1

1 teaspoon good quality matcha

¼ teaspoon rhodiola

½ teaspoon pine pollen

1 teaspoon raw honey

2 ounces (¼ cup) boiling water

4 ounces (½ cup) cold water

4 ounces (½ cup) pumpkin seed milk

1. Combine matcha, rhodiola, pine pollen, and raw honey in a medium bowl.

2. Add the 2 ounces boiling water, and use a matcha chasen to vigorously whisk the mixture in a “Z” pattern, until the herbs are frothed and the honey has dissolved.

3. Add another 4 ounces filtered water and 4 ounces of fresh pumpkin seed milk. Serve in a glass with ice.

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