If you're uncertain about which type of tea to try or simply curious about the different flavors available, we have a solution. We've carefully curated a selection of seven distinct teas from each category, and packaged each one in a 10-gram serving size. To brew a single serving of tea, measure out 3 grams of tea leaves and steep in 200 milliliters of water. This recipe can be scaled up to produce nearly one liter of tea.
This trial set is highly recommended for those who are wondering which tea to choose, and for whom are looking for a casual gift.
Each tea is packed with deoxidizer, so if the bag is remain unopened, the freshness and quality of tea will last for more than a few years.
There is a gift box available, so you can use it as a simple gift.
Seven types of tea, each tea is 10g per pack.
Below are the list of tea for the trial set. There are seven types of tea, 10g each pack.
1. White Tea：Bai Mu Dan
2. Black Tea：Yunnan Ancient Black Tea
3. Oolong Tea：Dong Ding Oolong
4. Green Tea：Tsukigase Zairai Sencha
5. Scented Tea：Jasmine Pearl (green tea)
6. Raw Pu-erh Tea：Wu Jia Zhai Raw Pu-erh 2018
7. Ripe Pu-erh Tea：Bao Dao Shan Ripe Pu-erh 2017
White Tea：Bai Mu Dan 白牡丹
This is a white tea produced in spring from old tea trees. The tea offers a gentle drinking experience.
It originates from a natural farming tea garden where no pesticides or fertilizers are used.
The tea garden is situated in a high mountain region, approximately 2100 meters above sea level, and the tea trees have an average age of several hundred years.
Thanks to these unique conditions, the tea grows at an exceptionally slow pace, resulting in a tea rich in natural minerals. It provides a clear and smooth drinking experience with a soft and long-lasting aftertaste. Additionally, it carries a subtle hint of refreshing grassy notes.
Furthermore, this tea has excellent aging potential, acquiring a delightful dried fruity note over time.
Black Tea：Yunnan Ancient Black Tea 云南古树红茶 杏蜜香
This Yunnan Ancient Black Tea is an extremely rare variety that combines the fragrances of apricot and honey. It is a unique tea that brings together two coveted aromas among black tea enthusiasts. You can savor the flavors reminiscent of Oriental Beauty or Darjeeling First Flush, with its grape-like sweetness, as well as the refreshing menthol aroma found in Uva tea from Sri Lanka or Formosa black tea from Taiwan.
This tea offers a harmonious balance of aroma and taste, is resilient to multiple infusions, and leaves a long-lasting aftertaste.
Oolong Tea：Dong Ding Oolong 冻顶乌龙
Dong Ding Oolong is a renowned tea from Taiwan. It is distinguished by its delightful and invigorating blend of citrus and floral notes, accompanied by a sweet honey undertone. One of the primary characteristics of Dong Ding Oolong is its full-bodied nature, evident in both its taste and aroma, providing a bold and satisfying drinking experience.
Green Tea：Tsukigase Zairai Sencha
This is a scarce Japanese sencha sourced from a sustainable tea garden where tea trees are cultivated without the use of pesticides and fertilizers. It offers a refreshing floral aroma, coupled with a smooth and gentle drinking experience. The tea leaves a long-lasting aftertaste and a profound depth of flavor.
Scented Tea：Jasmine Pearl (Green Tea) 茉莉龙珠
This particular quality has been specifically developed for the European market. It marks the first time for Malaysians to savor this exceptional standard, initially created to cater to the high-end European market.
This tea possesses three distinctive characteristics:
- Its flavor evokes the ambiance of a jasmine garden, offering an incredibly smooth taste.
- Brewing it is effortless, requiring no special tea ware, making it accessible to anyone.
- Additionally, it is an economical choice.
Though originally intended for the high-end market, this tea exudes a casual and approachable quality that can be enjoyed by anyone.
Among our diverse range of teas, this is the one you should try first.
Raw Pu-erh Tea：Wu Jia Zhai Raw Pu-erh 2018 武家寨古树生茶
Wu Jia Zhai Raw Pu-erh Tea is a Loose Tea (Mao-cha) produced in 2018 and has been aging in the Malaysian weather since then. This loose tea is carefully sealed and packed with a deoxidizer, ensuring it aged gracefully without absorbing excessive moisture or developing a stale flavor. Thanks to its ideal aging conditions, the tea has developed a more distinctive flavor profile, exuding a sweet scent reminiscent of sugar cane and dried fruits. Its drinking sensation is comfortable, leaving a lingering aftertaste that persists through multiple brewings.
Wu Jia Zhai, also known as 武家寨 in Chinese, is a small village located in the southwestern part of Lincang City, Yunnan Province, China.
In the Wu Jia Zhai tea garden, the tea trees are centuries-old and grown without the use of pesticides, fertilizers, or pruning. Unlike common tea gardens, each tea tree is individually planted by their ancestors, maintaining a natural state akin to other wild trees found in the mountains.
Due to the absence of fertilizers, these tea trees grow slowly, resulting in tea leaves with high density cells that are rich in polyphenols and minerals. As a result, the aftertaste is thick, and the aroma is complex. When you drink this tea, you can feel the flavors deep inside your body, offering a truly satisfying experience.
Ripe Pu-erh Tea：Bao Dao Shan Ripe Pu-erh 2017 薄刀山古树熟茶
This tea is produced in a natural farming garden located in the high mountains near the Myanmar border. After aging in Malaysia for a few years, it offers a robust and bold drinking experience with herbal-like notes and a subtle hint of dried fruity aroma, leaving a long-lasting aftertaste.
Some people may associate pu-erh tea with a musty smell, similar to old furniture or soil. However, well-crafted pu-erh tea exhibits a sweet flavor akin to dried fruits or jujube. This Bao Dao Shan tea is cultivated in tea gardens practicing natural farming methods, where no fertilizer or pesticide is used. This commitment to natural farming is evident in its clear and distinct taste, providing a clear and transparent drinking experience. The tea exudes a mild sweet scent reminiscent of dried jujube and boasts a smooth taste, free from any bitterness or astringency.