Sift your matcha powder before whisking it. It'll mix better with water that way
This matcha sifter is a convenient way to filter matcha powder directly into a chawan (tea bowl). Use this method when preparing individual servings. Use a matcha sieve when filtering large amounts of matcha powder.
1. Place the desired amount of matcha powder in the tea strainer.
2. Filter the powder by pushing it through the mesh using the chashaku (tea ladle).
Note: Clumps sometimes develop in matcha powder due to static electricity. If you prepare matcha while it still has clumps in it, the person being served will end up drinking the clumps, which will detract from the experience. Matcha doesn't dissolve in hot water, so the clumps will not dissolve even if you pour hot water on them. Filtering matcha powder in advance makes it easier to prepare.
This sifter is perfect for removing any clumps in your matcha so that you have a smooth and perfect cup every time.
Stainless Steel Matcha Sifter with Drip Bowl
This was my first time making matcha. The sifter and whisk bowl made it very easy to make. Love it!