Authentic matcha for modern life

Japanese founder, Eijiro Tsukada, started with a simple vision: to make authentic, freshly-ground matcha accessible for the modern, daily ritual. With the traditional stonemill and bamboo whisk in mind, he designed a Matcha Maker to grind and whisk organic leaves into fresh, high-quality matcha.

Grinding: ceramic mill

A strong, compact, ceramic mill with a complex groove pattern creates a high pressure equivalent to a traditional 130-pound granite mill. This results in a fine matcha powder.

  • Cuzen Matcha Maker

    • Average particle size: 6.1 micrometers 
    • Silky and smooth
    • Automatic
  • Traditional stone mill

    • Average particle size: 5-10 micrometers 
    • Silky and smooth
    • Very heavy
  • Kitchen grinder

    • Average particle size: 100 -200 micrometers
    • Coarse and unpleasant
    • Automatic
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Whisking: magnetic whisk

When clicked into the whisking cup, the magnetic whisk rotates at a very high speed. This produces a froth similar to one that forms from hand-whisking. The development team prioritized durability for daily use and convenience by integrating the magnetic whisk into the cup.

Storing: tea leaf hopper

The brushed aluminum chamber can hold up to 20 cups of matcha leaves. The hopper, paired with the bamboo lid, prevents the leaves from losing their freshness by limiting their exposure to oxygen.