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Bana 7-Tea Variety Pu-erh Tea Sampler

Bana 7-Tea Variety Pu-erh Tea Sampler

Bana 7-Tea Variety Pu-erh Tea Sampler
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Would you like to try 7 of Bana Tea Company's premium teamaster selected Pu-erh teas? Our Tea Sampler Set is a terrific value at only $25 plus shipping. We designed this beautifully packaged Tea Sampler Set to help tea connoisseurs discover the diverse flavors of the Pu-erh teas that Bana offers. A sheer organza sack tied with a satin ribbon contains 7 labeled samples of loose tea chipped off of our Pu-erh tea cakes and bricks. Also included is a mini brochure with descriptions on each tea in the sampler as well as brewing instructions for best results.

This sampler makes a wonderful companion gift for a gift certificate or any of our accessories, especially for the novice Pu-erh enthusiast. The sampler consists of Bana Limited Edition, Denong Red Label, Denong Wild Ripe Pu-erh, Enchanting Beauty, Ginseng Scent Ripe, 2016 Commemorative Raw Cake, and Little Bingdao . Each sample contains 8 grams of tea leaves (.28oz).

$25.00
for all 7 teas

Click on a title below for more information on each tea in the Bana Variety Sampler:

Bana Tea Company Limited Edition Raw Pu-erh (2008 vintage)
Produced from ancient 100-400-year-old tea trees, this tea presents a crisp freshness with a delicate dried apricot flavor.

Denong Red Label (2004 vintage)
Broken from cakes, this tea has been aged in Kunming, Yunnan for over a decade. The word to describe this tea is delicious – clean, savory and sweet.

Denong Wild Ripe Pu-erh (2013 vintage)
Made with leaves from wild tea trees, this tea is rich, complex and smooth. With a full-bodied, syrupy finish in the throat, this savory tea works for all occasions.

Enchanting Beauty (2015 vintage)
Soft and silky, this tea offers bamboo and ginger flower flavors. It leaves a natural and refreshing sensation in your mouth and throat.

Ginseng Scent Ripe (2005 vintage)
This ripe Pu-erh is thick, brothy, and savory. It finishes with a cooling sensation on your mouth that is similar to the aftertaste of Ginseng soup.

2016 Commemorative Raw Cake (2016 vintage)
Made with early spring leaves from arbor trees, this tea is thick, full-bodied and smooth.

Little Bingdao (2017 vintage)
The aroma of this tea is elegant and it finishes with a nice floral fragrance, which can be delightfully savored.

* Teas selected for this sampler is subject to change without prior notice.

Bana 7-Tea Variety Pu-erh Tea Sampler
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Customer Comments:

Bana 7-Tea Variety Pu-erh Tea Sampler
surprised
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i am in the process of sampling the teas. I have been drinking Pu'erh for many years but I just bought the variety that was in the tea store. Now I am savoring each sample and totally surprised at my different tastes. Some just tastes like regular green tea to me but I am also learning not to let it steep too long.
In short, I am enjoying my education process and hope to be in a position to order my tea from you properly in the future.
thanks
liz
Bana 7-Tea Variety Pu-erh Tea Sampler
Outstanding
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On my first order, I ordered one of your least expensive cakes and was completely overwhelmed by the outstanding quality and taste. This time, I ordered another more expensive cake, some mini cakes for travel, some loose green tea, and a sampler set for a gift. The one problem with your tea is that all other teas now taste inferior. I had never heard of Pu-erh tea before but now I can't live without it. Thank you for your excellent brand!
Our responseThank you so much for the high praise. We will continue to work hard to bring the best teas we can find to our esteemed customers.
Bana 7-Tea Variety Pu-erh Tea Sampler
what do I do now?
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I must have misread the description, I knew the 7 tea samples would be all together in an organza bag but I also expected the individual loose tea samples to then each be in an organza or silk bag so rather than having to remove the loose tea & put them in an infuser & then into hot water, I could just "dunk" the silk tea bag in the hot water - so now I'm stuck with the loose tea & not sure how to use it - any suggestions?? Thank you.
Our responseHi Mary, There are make-it-yourself teabags you can buy from teashops or on-line tea shops.The one I recommend is from teapockets.com http://www.teapockets.com/ Put half of the tea leaves contained in a sample envelope and put them an empty teabag. Pour hot water and steep according to the instructions.