Matcha Set with 4 Tools
Matcha Set with 4 Tools
Matcha Set with 4 Tools
Matcha Set with 4 Tools
Matcha Set with 4 Tools
Matcha Set with 4 Tools
Matcha is not only a superfood with antioxidants, anxiety-reducing L-theanine, and anti-aging polyphenols, it is also one of the more sustainable caffeinated beverages out there. Matcha is unique from other teas in that it uses the entire leaf, so there is less waste product at the end. A typical tea plant used to make matcha can live for 50 years or longer and since only the leaves are harvested, matcha plants are one of the most environmentally sustainable food crops. Matcha is also a much more sustainable compared to coffee, which has a large water footprint (37 gallons to make one cup) and often uses harmful chemical and pesticides in the growing and production processes. Matcha (and tea in general) can be a more sustainable option: remember to shop for matcha that is grown with environmentally sustainable practices by looking out for certified organic and fair trade options. Matcha powder can be bought in bulk powder form, forgoing individually wrapped containers with packaging waste and tea bags that release thousands of micro and nano-plastics into your tea and the water systems. A beautiful set like this one for daily use enables you to prepare your sustainable matcha as it has been done traditionally in Japan for centuries.
Ceramic matcha bowl, whisk made of bamboo, ceramic chasen shaper, and wooden spoon.
Bowl comes in a recyclable cardboard box; matcha whisk comes in plastic sanitary container: please throw out silica gel packs. Use this set forever — all of these products will last a long time with care. If no longer needed, donate or upcycle. If you're looking to discard, see if there is a local recycling center nearby that accepts materials like brick and cement and ask if they take ceramics, which can be recycled and crushed for use in drainage systems and rock base for driveways. You can also check if your local thrift store or consignment shop will take them to find a second home. If you must, throw away in the garbage.
Sub Rosa Tea

Matcha Set with 4 Tools

Regular price $55.00 $0.00 Unit price per
The 4 Matcha tools are exactly what you'll need to start your matcha daily tradition of  matcha. You'll receive one each: ceremonial matcha bowl, bamboo whisk, ceramic matcha whisk holder, and a wooden spoon.
  • Bowl: Enjoy the vibrant hues and uplifting aroma of your tea in this ceremonial matcha bowl. This beautifully hand-glazed ceramic bowl comfortably holds 6 ounces of matcha (with a 9 oz fill capacity).
  • Whisk: This traditional bamboo whisk has naturally flexible prongs, perfect for whisking up a bowl of ceremonial matcha. The classic Japanese whisk easily helps dissolve the pure green tea powder completely in hot water, frothing the beverage in such a way as to produce the most pleasing and aromatic bowl of matcha tea.
  • Holder: Also known as a chasen shaper, this ceramic whisk stand elegantly holds and shapes your bamboo whisk between uses.
  • Spoon: Our small wooden tea spoon is designed to elegantly scoop powdered matcha from the canister to your tea bowl. One scoop measures a single serving (1/2 teaspoon) of fine green tea powder.
About the maker: Based in Ohio, Sub Rosa Tea offers tea and matcha experiences that are good for you and the planet, using minimal, paper packaging and thoughtfully-designed tea accessories. 
Matcha is not only a superfood with antioxidants, anxiety-reducing L-theanine, and anti-aging polyphenols, it is also one of the more sustainable caffeinated beverages out there. Matcha is unique from other teas in that it uses the entire leaf, so there is less waste product at the end. A typical tea plant used to make matcha can live for 50 years or longer and since only the leaves are harvested, matcha plants are one of the most environmentally sustainable food crops. Matcha is also a much more sustainable compared to coffee, which has a large water footprint (37 gallons to make one cup) and often uses harmful chemical and pesticides in the growing and production processes. Matcha (and tea in general) can be a more sustainable option: remember to shop for matcha that is grown with environmentally sustainable practices by looking out for certified organic and fair trade options. Matcha powder can be bought in bulk powder form, forgoing individually wrapped containers with packaging waste and tea bags that release thousands of micro and nano-plastics into your tea and the water systems. A beautiful set like this one for daily use enables you to prepare your sustainable matcha as it has been done traditionally in Japan for centuries.
Ceramic matcha bowl, whisk made of bamboo, ceramic chasen shaper, and wooden spoon.
Bowl comes in a recyclable cardboard box; matcha whisk comes in plastic sanitary container: please throw out silica gel packs. Use this set forever — all of these products will last a long time with care. If no longer needed, donate or upcycle. If you're looking to discard, see if there is a local recycling center nearby that accepts materials like brick and cement and ask if they take ceramics, which can be recycled and crushed for use in drainage systems and rock base for driveways. You can also check if your local thrift store or consignment shop will take them to find a second home. If you must, throw away in the garbage.

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