MIYABI 5000MCD 67
Love at first sight. With the knives in the 5000MCD 67 series, it’s clear to see why the Damascus pattern captures the imagination of so many: the cutting edge on the 132-layer Damascus steel blade is created using the traditional Honbazuke method of honing and the magnificent texture on the ultra-hard steel features a delicate floral pattern, giving it the name “Floral Damascus”. Ideal for exacting cooks who appreciate exceptional design, a sharp cutting edge and a delicately textured blade.
CRYODOR blades consisting of 132 layers of steel surrounding a MC66 powder steel core. Hardened in a special process (including ice-hardening at -196 °C), making for an extremely hard blade (approx. 66 HRC).
The blade is honed on both sides using the Honbazuke technique to create the ultra-sharp finish typical of Japanese blades. Every blade is honed by hand at a razor-sharp angle of 9.5° to 12°.
Unique black maple handle in a traditional D shape. The eye-catching pin resembles a mosaic tile and is complemented by the refined end cap. Optimal balance between handle and blade.