The signature whisk from Ceremony Matcha. Designed specifically to prepare matcha, a whisk is called “chasen” (茶筅) in Japanese and is made of bamboo. It has been used for centuries in traditional tea ceremony. The whisks are hand-crafted using a small knife to delicately cut the bamboo into 80 fine prongs.
Why we love it so Matcha:
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.
It is made from bamboo which is a very durable material and does not leave any taste or smell that would affect the matcha. If being cared and dried in a good way, a whisk can keep its shape for a very long time.
How to use:
Move your whisk in a bowl in a ziz zag motion. Think a W or M shape. Keep whisking for at least 20 seconds until there is a nice froth and no clumps left.
Before every use, soak the whisk in water for a bit. This way the bamboo softens and is not as brittly when whisking. Make sure to clean your whisk after each use. Don’t put it in the dishwasher. Just use a bowl of warm water and whisk it gently. No need to use soap. Let it air dry properly by either putting it on a whisk holder or placing it upside down.
Shipping & Returns
This product is shipped directly from Ceremony Matcha.
Once shipped, the delivery times are between 3-4 days.
We do our best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the Swiss Post.
We gladly accept returns. Write us at firstname.lastname@example.org within 14 days of delivery and we will guide you through the steps to follow. Sadly shipping costs are nonrefundable.
About the Brand
Carolin Winder, the soul behind the brand, preserves old world traditions for the future of our new world, by providing us with sustainably sourced matcha powder from Japan. She believes in making high quality and organic matcha accessible and easy to prepare, so you can reap all the benefits of matcha while preserving an ancient (and very tasty) Japanese tradition. Sourced directly from Uji, this matcha is 100% organic.