$6

3 in stock (can be backordered)

Description

With its slender and elongated shape, the bamboo tea scoop (chashaku) is used for measuring and transferring matcha powder into a tea bowl. One spoon is about 2g of powder, the exact quantity needed for one serving. Cleaning instructions: use a damp cloth to wipe down the tea scoop after each use. Do not use soap.

Length: 18.5cm

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Matcha Bamboo Scoop

$6

3 in stock (can be backordered)

Description

With its slender and elongated shape, the bamboo tea scoop (chashaku) is used for measuring and transferring matcha powder into a tea bowl. One spoon is about 2g of powder, the exact quantity needed for one serving. Cleaning instructions: use a damp cloth to wipe down the tea scoop after each use. Do not use soap.

Length: 18.5cm

Reviews

  1. Curtis Dodson (verified owner)

    Great matcha scoop at a very reasonable price. A must have to make your perfect cup of matcha.

  2. squ4llz (verified owner)

    perfect matcha scoop

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what is matcha ?

Matcha (抹茶) is a fine powdered green tea made from tencha leaves (shaded leaves) that benefits from high theanine contents. Matcha combines an elegant aroma and sweetness, and brings a pleasant state of relaxation to both body and mind. Because the leaf powder is dissolved in hot water, all of the tea nutrients are ingested, including those that are not water-soluble (vitamin A, protein, vitamin E, minerals, dietary fibers).

In Japan, matcha is enjoyed during the Tea Ceremony, according to the Sado principles. Even if you are no specialist, to prepare your daily matcha, you will need several key accessories, such as a chawan (matcha bowl), chashaku (bamboo scoop), a chasen (matcha whisk) and a kusenaoshi (chasen holder). Since 2021, our shop includes handmade chasen made in Takayama, Nara prefecture, with 100% Japanese bamboo. Feel free to browse our tea accessories section to complete or start your collection.

 

 

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