16 Places In The City Centre Where You Pick Up A Matcha Latté

A matcha made in heaven

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Matcha lattés are the bulletproof health drinks that have been sweeping the nation for quite some time now – and even though they've been around a while, they're not always very easy to find.

Luckily we've done the work for you. 

Aren't we sound?

1. Kaph, Drury Street

The Drury Street haunt that has velvety matchas like no other.

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2. Cracked Nut, Camden Street

Cracked Nut boasts an impressive array of matcha ingredients; coconut milk, almond milk, hazelnut milk, as well as the low fat and full fat dairy milks we all know and love.

Also, sweet matcha (with natural fruit pectins) and original matcha is on offer.

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3. Sprout, Dawson Street

The hub of all things healthy on Dawson Street, this matcha is guaranteed to be made speedily and carefully, despite their constantly busy store.

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4. Java Republic, Molesworth Street

Java makes these to order with a vast selection of milks available.

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5. Yogism, George's Street Arcade

Yogism's lattés come with either almond milk or coconut milk, and go down a treat with their delicious buckwheat pancakes.

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6. KC Peaches

With four of their outlets dotted around town, you're never far from a delicious matcha fix with thanks to KC Peaches.

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7. Noshington Café

Two locations, two stops on your way home? We couldn't, could we?

Noshington Café has all of your favourite treats for sale, including matchas.

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8. Blu Apple, O'Connell Street

Go for their matcha, stay for their award winning sausage rolls.

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9. The Sweetest Thing, Bachelor's Walk

Served in a healthy sized glass mug, the sweetness of this beauty is enough to rival some of The Sweetest Thing's famous hot chocolate.

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10. Café Divino, Mount Merrion

Known for their delicate yet strong coffees and hot chocolate, as well as their wide range of Suki Teas, Café Divino keeps the standard high with a mean matcha.

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11. Hansel and Gretel Bakery and Patisserie, Clare Street

Baked treats aren't the only things they do well in this Southside hotspot.

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12. Il Valentino Bakery, Grand Canal Dock

A beautifully made matcha – and we dare you to leave without trying one of their baked treats, we dare you.

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13. Oolong Flower Power, Stephen's Street

Oolong serves some gorgeous matcha in the traditional ceramic bowl. Not recommended for your messier mates.

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14. Le Palais Des Thés, Wicklow Street

Palais Des Thés actually sell matcha sets for you to get your fix at home.

They also sell matcha chocolate, if you wish to combine your two favourite things.

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15. Accents Coffee and Tea Lounge, Stephen Street

Absolutely whopper matchas in Accents and bang for your buck too, being much cheaper than other coffee shops in the surrounding area – stays open late, too.

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16. Clement & Pekoe, South William Street

Going to South William Street generally means that matchas are going to be somewhere nearby, but you're especially safe with Clement & Pekoe

Especially tasty in their glorious outside seating area during brighter days.

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Written By

Kate Demolder

Kate is a contributing writer here at Lovin Dublin. You are as likely to see her indulging in some of Dublin’s finer establishments, as well as panic-exercising the day after.

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