Japanese Ceremonial Matcha Green Tea Whisk Set - Golden Chasen Whisk, Chashaku, Tea Spoon, Black Bowl, Black Rest, Strainer, Tea Tray


Free Shipping Included! Japanese Ceremonial Matcha Green Tea Whisk Set - Golden Chasen Whisk, Chashaku, Tea Spoon, Black Bowl, Black Rest, Strainer, Tea Tray by BambooMN at Koalat cafe. MPN: 6955114998290a. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Matcha Green Tea Whisk Set - Golden Chasen Whisk, Chashaku, Tea Spoon, Black Bowl, Black Rest, Strainer, Tea Tray. The 100 tate Chasen (bamboo tea whisk) comes in a clear tube for storage/display. This set will help you whip up the perfect cup of lump free matcha. Whisk measure approx 10.5cm (4 1/8'') tall X 6cm (2 3/8'') at widest. Handle is approx 2.7cm (1'') wide, Mesh Strainer is approximately 21.5cm (8.5''), The Chashaku is approx 18cm (7'') long, Teaspoon is approximately 16cm (6.25''). Th


Japanese Ceremonial Matcha Green Tea Whisk Set - Golden Chasen Whisk, Chashaku, Tea Spoon, Black Bowl, Black Rest, Strainer, Tea Tray by BambooMN
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Features & Highlights

  • Matcha Green Tea Whisk Set - Golden Chasen Whisk, Chashaku, Tea Spoon, Black Bowl, Black Rest, Strainer, Tea Tray
  • The 100 tate Chasen (bamboo tea whisk) comes in a clear tube for storage/display
  • This set will help you whip up the perfect cup of lump free matcha
  • Whisk measure approx 10.5cm (4 1/8") tall X 6cm (2 3/8") at widest. Handle is approx 2.7cm (1") wide, Mesh Strainer is approximately 21.5cm (8.5"), The Chashaku is approx 18cm (7") long, Teaspoon is approximately 16cm (6.25")
  • The ultimate matcha starter gift set

Additional Information

Brand:
BambooMN
Manufacturer:
BambooMN
Category:
Matcha Bowls & Whisks
Color:
Black
Model:
6955114998290a
MPN:
6955114998290a
EAN:
6955114998290
Part Number:
6955114998290a
Publisher:
BambooMN
Package Weight:
2.3 pounds
Package Size:
6.61 x 5 x 12.28 inches

 


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