Matcha Tea Whisk
- $21.44 USD
- ndsfnov. 22, 2017, 03:47Seems like a great quality product. Happy and I will purchase one more when this one is worn.
- Jamie Ravnov. 14, 2017, 11:57Amazing! Really love the quality and the fact that it’s authentically handcrafted! This Chasen does a wonderful job whisking my matcha. Makes nice fine bubble ‘Froth’ . Just what I like for a smooth, creamy mouthful. I would recommend getting the ceramic whisk keeper. It’s great for keeping the shape of your whisk and helps with the drying .
- Soct. 15, 2017, 06:04I'm glad I finally bought a chasen instead of using my electrical milk brother! This definitely gets me the best results :)
Remember not to store your whisk in the plastic container that it comes it, it will get mold! I bought a matcha whisk holder separately and definitely recommend investing in one.
- Rocky Patanomars 12, 2017, 12:50Much better than my previous Matcha whisk I bought from Amazon years ago. Makes the tea foam very nice and is very sturdy.
- Edward Gallantjanv. 29, 2017, 10:18I bought this because if you use a metal whisk, you will scratch
up the bottom of your tea bowl. Using a bamboo whisk also means you will not make the unpleasant noise you get using a metal whisk
vigorously on a little tea bowl. For me that is reason enough. In
terms of taste, I don't find there is a real advantage to using bamboo
over metal. Remember to let your whisk air dry, or it will develop
mould (this happened to me 5 years ago when I first bought one and
thought it would be best to store it in the plastic container it came
in). I finally let myself buy another one :P
- Andrewjanv. 8, 2017, 08:53I bought one of the Nara tea whisks for myself over two years ago, and just recently bought another as a gift. I have been extremely happy with the quality and durability of the whisk - simply rinsing under water and drying after each use has kept it in excellent condition. It rapidly produces a fine froth without much effort, and I wouldn't hesitate to buy another if my current required replacement.
- Patricia Weekleyjanv. 6, 2017, 20:58Authentic product - great quality!
- Nancy Ungmai 19, 2016, 13:18At first, I thought that I could just use my regular metal whisk to mix the powder into the water. This seemed to work okay. but always left some powder residue at the bottom of the chawan. I decided to take the plunge and purchased this Japanese bamboo whisk and it DOES make a difference. No more residue and a smoother matcha. Sits nicely to dry on the holder and it helps to maintain its shape. A great purchase!
- mars 12, 2016, 22:42
Many places sell a 100-prong whisk, but you don't. It seems like 100 would be easier or faster. I'm sure there is a reason why you have chosen not to carry one. Could you explain? Thanks!mars 13, 2016, 00:46
There are over one hundred of types of whisks which we have available to us. We could easily buy 100 prong whisks but more prongs does not mean easier or faster. For example, we sell a whisk for koicha (thick) matcha which only has 48 prongs, this is appropriate for that matcha due to the thickness of koicha. The current whisk we sell with 65-72 prongs works perfectly for every type of matcha we sell, is made in Japan, and is of the highest quality. Most web sites which sell matcha are selling inferior Chinese made tea whisks that may look the same but will not last as long.