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Tea Sampler - December 2015

Posted by Tyas Huybrechts on

Are you new to the world of Japanese tea?
Never had organic tea before?
Maybe you just aren't sure which tea to pick?


 Each month we select 5 teas from our assortments,
present a sample of them in our authentic packaging,
and get them ship-ready with a notion of our knowledge
on an informative card for each.

We want to allow you the freedom to choose,
or to simply enjoy a wider variety of teas,
without having to buy the whole load.

We don't want you to waste your money on
tea that ends up on the shelf.

And once you've found your favorite, 
you can come back and get it from the store.

But first !... There's this:

[The Tea Crane Tea Sampler]

Curious for this month's selection.

Here's this month's line-up:

  1. Organic Native Sencha - Sato tsuru
  2. Organic Yabukita Sencha - Gekkaku
  3. Organic Okumidori Sencha - Ao tsuru
  4. Organic Seed-grown Sencha - Tane tsuru
  5. Organic Roasted Bancha - Ban tsuru


Why these teas.

Where better to start,
than with introducing our flagship collection?
[Mountain Tea™]

Even though the first 4 teas are all Sencha,
they are quite different in flavor and aroma.
This is because they come from a different cultivar.

For the first sampler,
I want you to get accustomed to our primary selection,
and get an understanding of what
The Tea Crane stands for.

Get your taste of The Tea Crane teas now!

I bet you can't resist!

  • 5 high class Japanese teas.
  • Explanation and brewing guide.
  • Free Shipping!
Only USD $20.00.

In this sampler

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  • You are very welcome Tine and thank you very much for your review!
    Tyas @ The Tea Crane

    Tyas Huybrechts on
  • I wanted to start drinking the healthy green tea, but didn’t know where to start, which flavour to choose. It was great to find that I could order a ‘Tea Sampler’ so I could have some tasts. The service of ‘The Tea Crane’ is really great, and I must say that the taste of organic green tea is really so very different from the green tea we find in regular stores. Thanks Tyas!

    Tine on

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