In every gift set, you will receive One of Each of our Twelve Zodiac tea blends:
Rat Monkey Rabbit
Ox Pig Horse
Dog Dragon Goat
Tiger Snake Rooster
Your gift set will arrive in a beautifully packaged kraft box ready to be gifted and enjoyed.
Standard Tin Set
This set contains 12 standard tins of our Zodiac Teas. Each Standard Tin contains between 50 - 150 grams of loose tea, depending on the density and weight of the ingredients. For most of our teas and tisanes, we suggest 2g of loose tea / cup of water, so a large tin will get you around 25 - 75 cups of tea.
Small Tin Set
This set contains 12 small tins of our Zodiac Teas. Each small tin contains between 10 - 25 grams of loose tea (or approximately 1/4 cup). For most of our teas and tisanes, we suggest 2g of loose tea / cup of water, so a small tin will get you around 5 - 20 cups of tea (or a generous pot or two of tea to share) depending on the weight and density of the contents.
Trial Pouch Set
This set contains 12 trial pouches of our Zodiac Teas. Each pouch contains between 10 - 18 grams of loose tea (or approximately 1/4 cup). For most of our teas and tisanes, we suggest 2g of loose tea / cup of water, so a trial pouch will get you around 5 - 8 cups of tea (or a generous pot or two of tea to share). The perfect amount of tea to experiment with!
We invite you to experience our very unique twelve artisan-blended, loose leaf teas inspired by the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac – Rat, Pig, Horse, Goat, Rooster, Ox, Snake, Monkey, Tiger, Dog, Rabbit, Dragon.
We crafted the line of teas so that there would be something for every palate. The final result is four black teas, four green teas and four herbal infusions each conforming to some degree to the characteristics of the animal they represent.
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