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Japanese Hand-made Chashaku (Matcha Tea Scoop) | Authentic Produced

Two Unique Styles of  Authentic Matcha Tea Scoop (Chashaku) | Exclusively Japanese Hand-made.

These are rare for their authenticity to tradition, produced in the traditional manner for more than 24-generations by our associate producers in Nara, Japan.

Traditionally Crafted Matcha Scoops

We are grateful for our relationship with the artisanal hand-made producers of these matcha utensils, especially that we may share in these true-to-tradition accessories to a daily matcha practice; these items are internationally recognized for their authenticity.

Two Styles (Tea Scoop / Chashaku)

Currently there are two styles to choose from.*

– The Lighter Bamboo Shimi Tea Scoop.

– The Black Smoked Bamboo Style

*As each product is hand-made, and a natural product at that, the specific bamboo-coloration will vary from the photos

Regular price $29.00
Dr Weil Pick Matcha

The Matcha.com Guarantee

Like you, our co-founder Dr. Weil is equally picky about what he's putting in his body. It took years for matcha.com to create our matcha-growing collective in Japan to develop what our customers often call "The Purest and most potent matcha on the planet!

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The Excellence of Uji-Matcha®

Our matcha is of exceptional quality, grown entirely on the pristine hillsides of Uji, Kyoto, where Japanese matcha originated one thousand years ago. Matcha from Uji is prized as the finest in the world. We are proud to be the only bulk source in the Americas offering 100% true, traditional Uji-matcha®.

Preparing the perfect bowl of matcha

Making matcha can be fun and surprisingly easy! You can do a more traditional preparation, or a convenient one if you're busy. Here's quick steps anyone can use:

1

Heat water in a kettle until steam first appears; this will be well below boiling, about 180°F. Turn off heat.

2

Use a tea scoop or 1tsp to measure matcha and sift into a bowl to prevent clumps.

3

Add 2-4oz of water for desired consistency.

4

Use a Whisk or a frother Frother to mix the matcha with water.

5

Sip and enjoy.

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