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With a simple brewing guide & authentic tea tools, this starter set is the easiest way to learn how to make matcha.
Let’s face it; most of us aren’t trained in the art of the traditional Japanese tea ceremony. It takes years of study and you’re not quite ready for that. So what if you want to enjoy the organic health benefits of matcha?
If you want to:
+ Boost your energy without the jittery effects of coffee
+ Relieve stress naturally
+ Increase your antioxidant intake for overall wellbeing
+ Drink pure, additive-free green tea
…add a bit of Zen to your day. With the right accessories and high-quality Japanese tea, making matcha is a calming ritual; a way to unplug from the stress of modern life. With these basic utensils, you’ll look forward to making matcha part of your daily routine.
The traditional scoop for measuring matcha. To start, use 1-2 scoops for every 2 oz of water and adjust for taste. To clean, wipe with a damp cloth. Do not use soap.
The tea strainer removes clumps that make your drink taste bitter. Scoop matcha into the mesh and sift a fine powder that effortlessly dissolves in water.
Take the hand carved chasen out of the container and soak the prongs in cold water for a few minutes before first use. Store your whisk on a stand or upright but never back in the container. Before each use, inspect the whisk and remove any broken prongs.
Clean the whisk under cold water. Gently rub the prongs to remove powder. Pat dry then air dry. The shape of your whisk will change over time. The knot will open after each use. This is expected. If you use your whisk daily, replace it every few months.
Chawan (tea bowl)
Add 175-degree water to the sifted powder and whisk briskly in an “M” shape until frothy. Drink straight from the dishwasher and microwave-safe bowl.
Makes a perfect gift for beginners, self-care, birthdays, clients, & holidays. Buy in bulk for your next tea party.
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organic matcha powder
Sift 1-2 scoops matcha powder for every 2 oz of water and adjust for taste. Add 175 degree water to the powder in your tea bowl; using your wrist, whisk briskly in an "M" or "W" shape until frothy.
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