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Matcha Sifter

Score: 4.86. Votes: 7

Matcha aficionados - Here is a handy item! Known in Japanese as a "matcha furui", use this sifter when brewing matcha. Simply add your matcha and work it through the built-in removeable fine mesh insert inside the canister. Removes clumps, makes for a smoother, frothier bowl of matcha.

Available in red or green, measures 73mm W x 79 mm H (2.9 inches by 3.1 inches) Quality craftsmanship throughout.

Note: Product includes the the tool only, matcha purchased separately.

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  • Weight
    92 g
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  • Color
    Red, Green
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Score: 4.86. Votes: 7
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  • Yewho Wong
    Dec 22, 2015, 20:35
    It does its job well, but matcha does get stuck at hard to clean places. I clean it using kleenex and I notice alot of good stuff go to waste.
  • Angela Jackson
    May 21, 2015, 06:28
    Beautifully made! Recommended.
  • Denise MacColeman
    Mar 15, 2015, 18:37
    Beautiful sifter, works great, so handy to have.
  • Michael Freeney
    Aug 23, 2014, 05:04
    Great option for sieving your matcha, and making my morning brew is noticeably easier. However, loses one star as I have noticed that around the edges of the sieve part tend to collect matcha and its not terribly easy to clean. other than that its a great addition
  • James Winterbottom
    Jul 5, 2014, 22:47
    This sifter is perfect for getting out those troublesome clumps.  It also is painted nicely and will go with anyone's tea set. Advantages: Sifts out clumps keeps the matcha off the table or desk while sifting. Looks great with other matcha accessories  Disadvantages: Is Not a storage container for Matcha. The plastic paddle it comes with wears on the sifting screen and gets into the matcha.  To fix this simply either use the paddle on some 200 grit sand paper. or use a tea spoon to sift in stead
  • Irene Lloyd
    Dec 24, 2013, 00:26
    Great little sifter and looks good, too. 
  • Ame Smith
    May 8, 2013, 21:08
    Does it's job and does it well! The screen is a nice and tight fine mesh. The paddle is easy to clean.

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