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Matcha Teatime Set

Premium matcha tea set with tea sweets and handcrafted tea tools

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An exceptional tea set now at an unbeatable price.

Experience the delightful combination of traditional flavors and elegant beauty during your afternoon tea breaks with our Matcha Teatime Set. The full-bodied yet delicate Matcha Ogurayama complemented with the mildly sweet Higashi brings the essence of Kyoto to your home. The set is enough for 15 tea sessions. (15 bowls of usucha accompanied with one piece of sweet.)

The set comes in two variations:

A) Matcha Teatime Set:
● 30g Matcha Ogurayama (an excellent everyday usucha from Yamamasa Koyamaen, Uji tea fields)
● 1 x Shin Chasen Kubo Sabun (64-tine chasen by Kubo Sabun, made in Nara)
● 1 x Chashaku (bamboo tea scoop from Kyoto)
● One box of Higashi (15 pieces of Japanese Wasanbon sweets)

B) Matcha Teatime FULL Set:
● 30g Matcha Ogurayama (an excellent everyday usucha from Yamamasa Koyamaen, Uji tea fields)
● 1 x Shin Chasen Kubo Sabun (64-tine chasen by Kubo Sabun, made in Nara)
● 1 x Chashaku (bamboo tea scoop from Kyoto)
● One box of Higashi (15 pieces of Japanese Wasanbon sweets)
● Black Minoyaki Chawan (Black glazed matcha tea bowl)

The set comes in a tastefully wrapped gift box.

If you run out of sweets for your afternoon tea, order Higashi separately here.

Buy again Matcha Ogurayama here.

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Item code: TDS081

Origin: Japan

Ingredients: green tea, wasanbon sugar

Best before: OCT / 2024

Material: Tea whisk and scoop: bamboo; Tea bowl: clay

Dimensions: Chasen: H 11.5 x Φ 6.5 cm (handle length: 3.3 cm); Chashaku: 1 x 18 cm; Chawan: H: 7 cm, ø: 12 cm (± 0.2 cm); Gift box: H 8.7 x W 14.5 x L 26.5 cm

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Returns:
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Posting time can vary due to the manufacturers capacity, Japanese national holidays, as well as natural disasters or accidents, etc., and we can not guarantee posting dates.

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How to prepare

STEP 1) Put 2g (0.4 US tsp, 1 teaspoon or 2 chashaku scoop) matcha powder into a suitable tea bowl.
STEP 2) Pour 70 ml (2.4 fl oz) 80℃ (176°F) water over the matcha powder.
STEP 3) Whisk with a chasen (tea whisk) until foamy.

❖ Before Step 1, warm up the tea bowl with hot water, then dry it with a cloth to create the perfect temperature so make the most delicious matcha with a fresh scent while preparing. (Optional)
❖ To prevent clotting of the matcha powder, sift it through a fine strainer before use. (Strongly recommended)
❖ After the matcha is done, drink it immediately, because as it cools down it gets more and more bitter. (Recommended)
❖ Freshness is the most important thing for the enjoyment of Matcha. It is best to use up the tea within one month of opening. (Strongly recommended)

EXTRA TIP
❖ Try iced matcha: pour the finished matcha over ice.

Handling precautions

CHASEN:

Initiation:
Before first use, let it sit in hot water for a few minutes.
Let it soak in warm water before every use to protect the tines from breaking.

How to whisk matcha:
- Place the tea bowl on a non-slippery surface, and hold it on the side with your left hand (if right-handed).
- Hold the chasen close to the end of the handle. Your thumb should be aligned with the knot on it.
- Start moving the chasen in a "W" pattern, up and down, speeding up as much as possible until it is foamy enough.
- To create great foam, the temperature of the water is crucial: about 85 °C (185 °F) is the best.
- Attention! Always whisk close to the surface, and make sure not to rub the chasen to the bottom of the bowl because that might damage the tips of the tines.
- While whisking, keep your body relaxed, moving only your wrists.
- Finish the whisking with a clockwise spiral motion from the middle of the bowl to the sides. This motion is practical (gives the foam a beautiful finish) and also symbolic (it is the image of infinity).

Cleaning:
Rinse it carefully under running water. If needed, gently remove the remaining matcha stuck on the whisk. Do not soak the whisk in water.
Do not use dishwasher, dryer, or dish soap!

Storage:
Store it in a place with good ventilation and humidity not lower than 50%, preferably on a Kusenaoshi (whisk stand). If you don’t have a stand, keep it looking upwards. This way, the tines might “close up” and straighten out, but that can be fixed. Make it wet under running water and gently unfold the tines with your fingers. Never do this with a dry whisk as it would break.
Bamboo is a sensitive material. If the whisk is stored away in a too-warm or too-dry place, it might crack.

Lifespan:
The lifespan of a chasen depends on how it is handled and how frequently it is used. As soon as the tips of the tines start to break off, we recommend purchasing a new one.

CHASHAKU

Cleaning:
After use, some matcha powder might stick to the scoop. To clean it, always use a dry cloth. Bamboo is extremely sensitive to moisture. If you clean it with a wet cloth, the water and the matcha powder might seep into the material and damage it. Make sure you keep it dry!

Do not expose it to direct sunlight for too long!

CHAWAN

Initiate the tea bowl first! Let the bowl sit wholly immersed in cold or lukewarm water for a couple of minutes and then let it dry naturally. Matcha patina is natural for white clay, but by initiating the bowl properly, it will develop slower.

After using the tea bowl, rinse it with water. It is better to avoid dishwashing liquid, but you can use gentle, organic soap to clean your bowl. Never use bleach!
Avoid using a dishwasher or dryer!

Avoid placing it on hot surfaces like a stove, and never put it in the microwave or oven.

Only prepare matcha tea in it.

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