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Bamboo matcha beater

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Bamboo matcha beater

The essential accessory to make the most delicious matcha: the beater or whisk, also known as the chasen (茶 筅). With this beater of real bamboo you beat the matcha fine and foam it up. Tasty!

This authentic chasen is cut from one piece of bamboo and contains no less than eighty brushes, with which you can beat the matcha easily and quickly. Perfect and indispensable for both novice and advanced matcha drinkers!

Why a knocker?

Ever since the invention of matcha, the beater or chasing has been an essential part of the traditional tea ceremony in Japan. Such an ancient tradition has not been kept alive for no good reason. A beater of bamboo gives the matcha a wonderfully woolly and foamy texture. The same effect can hardly be achieved with, for example, an (electric) whisk or milk frother. It is also not recommended to let the matcha come into contact with metal, as this can affect the taste.

This is how you use the beater

Move the beater through the bowl in an M or W motion. Keep beating until you see bubbles forming in the matcha and a nice foam head forms. You can beat the matcha as fine as you like: nice and thick and creamy or slightly creamy.

After use, rinse the beater with soft running lukewarm water or water so that the remaining matcha powder does not remain on the brushes. You can also put warm water in a bowl and 'whisk' the whisk in it. Pat the beater dry with a cloth and then let the beater air dry by placing it with the brushes up, or preferably use the special chasen holder. This is not only useful for allowing the beater to dry properly, but also guarantees the shape of the brushes. Never put the beater back in the plastic packaging it came in.

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