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Mizuba Events Calendar 
  • LOCALE HAPPY HOUR: come hang at Portland's most European coffee and aperitif shop. We'll be demoing traditional matcha preparation, and sipping the perfect matcha latte! FRIDAY MAY 13th, 3-6pm. 
  • Portland Night Market strikes once again! Over 16,000 attendees came, and we're expecting an even bigger party this time around. Come grab your matcha this MAY 20th & 21st, 4-11 PM. More details at PNMARKET
  • Jacobsen's + PortlandFlea! Come hang with us and sip some Mizuba Matcha the LAST Sunday of every month at Jacobsen's Salt Co, 11 am - 4pm. You'll find us among some of Portland's finest local makers for a pop-up market! 
  • No more events on the calendar at the moment... check back soon! If you'd like us at your soirée, party, boutique shop, pop-up shop, backyard picnic...e-mail us at info@mizubatea.com (Currently serving live in Oregon & California). 

Mizuba News, Travels, & Education

Mizuba Matcha Epsom Salt Scrub & Soak

September 30, 2016

After a recent 30 mile trail run, Mizuba’s founder, Lauren, knew she needed something seriously soothing to help her recover. While the most common way to enjoy matcha is to drink it, the awesome fact is that matcha is also a great supplement alongside many herbal-homecare recipes! (See our favorite face mask). Thankfully, Lauren had Epsom salts at the ready – famous for helping ease tense, inflamed muscles! However, why stop at just Epsom salts, when you can make the mineral go a little further? Epsom salts help replenish magnesium, which helps out 325 or so enzymes in your body. But we also added coconut oil for soft skin, and to help bind the scrub. The lemon juice and zest adds...

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About Wolf Ceramics

March 11, 2016

Photo by Matthew Thornton  With the launch of our beautiful new chawan line, we thought we'd introduce you to the wonderful artist behind them. Meet Sarah Wolf, of Wolf Ceramics, and enjoy her life and musings behind each artful tea bowl. Tea bowls. How do they speak to you? Wolf: I love making tea bowls. They’re attractive to me both because of their aesthetic, and because of the experience of drinking from them. The aesthetic attraction comes from having a beautiful bowl shape that's elevated by a small and delicate foot. The elevated foot makes the bowl and its contents seem precious in some way. The most intuitive way to drink from a tea bowl is to cradle it between both hands....

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