Eco-Cha's New Collectors Gift Sets

October 22, 2015

We are excited to present our designer gift sets that offer a selection of quality unroasted and roasted Oolongs, as well as Alishan High Mountain Black Tea. These fine teas come in paper caddies and are elegantly presented in our laser engraved wood boxes.

A pictorial booklet with information about the source of these Taiwanese specialty teas is included. The booklet is neatly inserted into the dividers between the caddies. The box can be reused to store more of your favorite teas or anything else you like. The lid glides on and off smoothly and seals shut with the help of embedded magnets. This sturdy, matte-black box is appealing in both its look and feel.

 





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