Classic Chinese Tea Gift Box
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Classic Chinese Tea Gift Box
Ku Cha's specialty is in classic Chinese teas. This gift box includes the best Chinese teas that Ku Cha carries – a truly amazing tea experience for tea aficionados! It is a perfect gift for your important customers, an anniversary gift for your tea-loving parents, or a special birthday gift for your loved one (who loves tea!).

What is in it: 6 bags of the best Chinese teas; 1 perfect hand-made bamboo tea scoop; 1 simple yet beautiful ceramic tea set with infuser and 2 cups.

Dragon Well Superior (2 oz): Also called Long Jing, Dragon Well is the most famous Chinese green tea. A tribute tea once enjoyed exclusively by royal families in ancient China, this top-grade Dragon Well produces a golden brew with distinct nutty aroma and a full, round flavor. It also contains the highest concentration of catechins (antioxidant) among Chinese greens.

Organic Bi Luo Chun (2 oz): Bi Luo Chun means “Jade Curly Spring Tea” in Chinese. This authentic Bi Luo Chun comes from Xishan Island in Dongting Lake, Suzhou County, Jiangsu Province, China. Growing alongside plum and bayberry trees in early spring, this tea is renowned for its delicate appearance, floral aroma, and intricate, youthful flavors.

Bi Tan Piao Xue (3.5 oz): Bi Tan Piao Xue means “snowflakes falling upon a jade pond”, describing both the appearance of the tiny, silver-lined tea buds mixed with tender jasmine flowers, as well as the transportive experience of drinking this exquisite tea. Coming from MengShan, one of the earliest tea mountains in China, this is our most premium jasmine green tea.

Tie Guan Yin Superior (3.5 oz): Tie Guan Yin, or “Iron Goddess of Mercy”, is a famous green oolong from Anxi, Fujian Province, China. This tea has a signature sweet and floral fragrance, a bright taste, and a smooth finish.

Rock Oolong – Da Hong Pao: Da Hong Pao, or "Big Red Robe" in Chinese, is the most famous Rock Oolong tea from Wu Yi Mountain, Fujian Province, China. Records of this legendary tea date as far back as the early 18th century. This tea is famous for its strong fragrance, rich, roasted taste followed by a pleasant, lingering sweetness.

Yunnan Gold: Beautiful top-line black tea with golden leaves. Made from only the tender tips of the tea leaves from FengQing County, Yunnan Province, this tea is bright, rich, naturally sweet, with honey and fruity notes.