The complete Ceremony Matcha Kit, perfect for matcha starters and matcha addicts alike. It includes our signature matcha alongside traditional Japanese matcha preparation accessories and comes in a handmade wooden box.
What is included
- Ceremony Matcha (30g tin)
- Bamboo Whisk (‚chasen')
- Whisk Holder (’naoshi’)
- Bamboo Spoon (‚chashaku')
- Tea Bowl (‚chawan‘)
- Tea Towel
Ceremony Matcha (30g)
Our signature 30g tin of Ceremony matcha powder to prepare your favourite matcha drink.
Our matcha is 100% organic, ceremonial grade quality and sourced directly from a farm in Uji, Japan. It is perfect to prepare matcha latte, iced matcha or to drink it ceremonial style. Matcha is high in calming amino acids and provides jitter-free long lasting energy and focus.
Bamboo Whisk ‚Chasen'
Our very own Ceremony whisk. Designed specifically to prepare matcha, a whisk is called “chasen” in Japanese and is made of bamboo. It has been used for centuries in traditional tea ceremony. Our whisks are hand-crafted using a small knife to delicately cut the bamboo into 80 fine prongs.
Using a whisk helps you get a perfectly creamy frothy matcha with a smooth consistency as it allows to mix the powder, water and air to release aromas and essences.
Whisk Holder ’Naoshi'
A whisk holder is called „naoshi" and is a practical and beautiful tool in a traditional matcha set. It is made out of ceramic and helps to prolong the life of your whisk. The bamboo prongs of the whisk are delicate and can begin to lose their shape over time. We recommend to wash your whisk right after use and place it over the whisk holder to dry.
Bamboo Spoon ‚Chashaku'
Our chashaku is handmade out of 100% bamboo and is used in traditional Japanese tea ceremony to portion matcha. Unlike a metal spoon, a bamboo spoon does not charge itself statically, helping the matcha powder to slide off easily. Wipe it with a clean dry towel after each use.
One bamboo spoon is about 1/3-1/2 of a teaspoon - so a normal serving size would be 2-3 bamboo scoops.
Tea Bowl ‚Chawan'
A chawan is solely used to prepare and drink matcha tea. It is one of the most important utensils in the Japanese tea ceremony. It is poetically referred to as “hand-held universe”.
Our cream-coloured chawan has been handmade in Toki-City in the prefecture Gifu, famous for „Minoyaki“ pottery. It is the oldest pottery found in Japan and has been made since the 7th century.
A soft cotton and linen tea towel is ideal to wipe the tea bowl or spoon clean after preparing your matcha.