Paring Knife

Misen launched its $65-but-feels-like-$200 Japanese AUS-8 high-carbon stainless steel chef’s knife back in 2015 (not to mention the lifetime sharpening that’s included), and they’ve finally debuted its trusty sidekick: a mean, well-made paring knife that will have you peeling and mincing like a ninja. Now cutting up those perfect orange wedges for cocktails will be a breeze.

Misen Perfects the Affordable, Quality Chef’s Knife

The most important tool in your kitchen begs for upgrading

We all know what a nice knife worth its money feels like—that surprise when the blade actually slips swiftly through a tomato or onion. But for those who can only feel that effortless sensation when occupying a friend’s kitchen, there’s hope yet. Enter Misen, a new company that wants you to bury your cheaply-made knife set once and for all, and replace it with just …