A fresh cup of matcha at the push of a button.
- How it works
- Why freshly ground
How to make fresh matcha
Pour entire leaf packet into the hopper.
Fill whisking cup to water line and lock in place.
Select matcha strength and press START.
Level 1 : 1 g matcha in 2 oz water
Level 2 : 1.5 g matcha in 2 oz water
Level 3 : 2 g matcha in 2 oz water
The beep signals your shot is ready.
Make your favorite matcha drinks and enjoy.
Easily rinse both the cup and whisk. They are also top-rack dishwasher safe.
- Grinds tea leaves into fine powder like a traditional stone mill
- Particle size on average 6.1 μm
Average 6.1 μm
Silky and Smooth
Silky and Smooth
Coarse and Unpleasant
- Aluminum chamber prevents oxidation of matcha leaves
- Holds leaves for up to 20 matcha drinks
- Rotates at high speed to mimic traditional whisking
- Synchronized with ceramic mill for a perfect frothy cup
For baking or when you want to whisk your matcha the traditional way.
One fixed level : Approx.1.5g
What experts are saying
“Our team of chefs and sommeliers was so incredibly impressed with the flavor of Cuzen Matcha. The pure expression of the tea is amazing and it’s an outstanding way to taste matcha the way it’s meant to be enjoyed. We look forward to featuring the Cuzen system in our inn rooms for our guests to enjoy.”
Owner and Chef, Single Thread Healdsburg, CA
More antioxidants, better for you
ORAC Score matcha leaf vs powder
Preserved at 98°F (37°C) for 2 months
Even after two months of storage, matcha leaves keep a higher level of antioxidants (ORAC* value) than pre-ground matcha powder.
*Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (antioxidant)
Color gives you a clue
PRE-GROUND VS FRESHLY GROUND
Because of its greater surface area, pre-ground matcha powder oxidizes faster than it does when kept as larger matcha leaves. Being exposed to oxygen is how the initial green color of freshly ground matcha fades to a yellow-brown tint over time.