Matcha Bowl – Kohiki

$40.00

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Like drinking wine in stemware, drinking matcha in a tea bowl enhances the experience and showcases the flavors, aroma and texture of a whisked bowl of tea. Finished in the kohiki style with a porcelain slip over a dark clay body, this bowl has a smooth surface and excellent balanced shape for whisking matcha into a frothy texture.

$40.00

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Our customers often ask


How do I prepare matcha tea with a whisk?

Sift 1-2 tsp matcha tea into a matcha tea bowl. Add 3 oz hot, not boiling, water (about 180 degrees). Whisk vigorously in a zigzag motion until a light foam covers the tea. Matcha is ready to drink. Adjust proportions to taste.

Can I prepare matcha without a whisk?

Absolutely. There is no one right was to prepare matcha. For tea in a cup, add 2 oz hot water to 2 tsp powder in a cop. Blend well into a paste. Then fill your cup with more hot water. Add almond milk, honey, vanilla or any other flavors you like. Make it your own.

Why sift matcha?

For the same reason bakers sift flour before using. The static electricity in the air encourages powders (be it flour, baking powder, cocoa, etc) to stick together and form clumps. The same is true with matcha green tea powder. Sifting matcha smoothes it out and lets it blend better into your drink or cooking recipe.

How do water quality and temperature effect the taste?

Water quality and temperature are important in making good tasting matcha. Begin with cool spring or filtered water and bring it to just under a boil (about 180 degrees). Boiling water will “scorch” the delicate matcha leaves and impart a bitter taste.

Which matcha utensils are best?

Traditional utensils include a bamboo whisk, tea sifter, ceramic tea bowl and tea scoop. If you can choose only one, we recommend starting with the bamboo whisk, which froths the tea in the bowl and brings out the delicate flavor profiles of matcha. For making lattes or iced-tea, we recommend a hand-held milk frother or martini shaker.

I still have a question - what shall I do?

Speak to an informed friendly Matcha Expert:
1 877 962 8242 / [email protected]