Green Tea Latte Makes for Wonderful 3D Art

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We've seen 3D art for coffee. We've see it in color, too, and from vending machines. And now, we get to see green tea latte art.

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Green tea latte, or matcha latte, is delicious. In Kyoto, which is famous for its tea, Cafe Suisen serves up matcha latte art and matcha shake art for those who want a chilled beverage. The cafe also has some yummy-looking green tea deserts. Below, via News Gamme, you see photos from the cafe's Twitter, Facebook, and official blog.

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If you visit Kyoto, this cafe certainly looks like it's worth checking out!

Cafe Suisen [Ameblo]

Cafe Suisen [Facebook]

@Cafe_Suisen [Twitter via News Gamme]

To contact the author of this post, write to bashcraftATkotaku.com or find him on Twitter @Brian_Ashcraft.

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conordalgarno
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I had a matchi tea Kit-Kat the other day, first time I've ever experienced it as a flavour... still not sure what to make of it.