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Eco-Cha Limited Edition Gift Packs Sneak Peek

September 09, 2015 1 Comment

The entire team has been working hard for months and we can finally share our new gift sets with you! These packs will be available next week in time for the mid-autumn festival in Taiwan. Stay tuned because we'll kick it off with a launch-sale! 

Each wood box is laser engraved with the Eco-Cha logo and contains a description booklet (in English and 中文) and two tea canisters wrapped with artisanal paper. To match, the bag is made from the same paper as the canisters and presents as an elegant gift. Four different teas will be available to choose from.




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Jennifer Smith
Jennifer Smith

September 09, 2015

Beautiful! I know right where I’ll place mine. Can’t wait!

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