|Bana Tea Company offers a thoughtful selection of premium Pu-erh teas that were researched with great pleasure.
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|Click on a title below for more information on each tea in the Bana Ripe Pu-erh Sampler:
Denong Brick (2006 vintage)
This tea won the bronze medal at the 2nd Yunnan Pu-erh Tea International Fair of 2007. It offers an earthy flavor with a sweet aftertaste.
Denong Wild (2013 vintage)
Made with leaves from wild tea trees, this tea is rich, complex and smooth. With a full-bodied, syrupy finish in the throat, this savory tea works for all occasions.
Chang-an Ripe (2010 vintage)
Made from old-growth arbor trees, this ripe Pu-erh is thicker, richer and more nuanced than most ripe Pu-erh.
Chen Xiang Aged (1994 vintage)
This mellow, smooth aged ripe Pu-erh is not only satisfying to the palate and soothing to the stomach, it is also calming to the soul. Drink it after a meal or whenever you feel overwhelmed.
Ginseng Scent Ripe (2005 vintage)
This ripe Pu-erh is thick, brothy, and savory. It finishes with a cooling sensation on your mouth that is similar to the aftertaste of Ginseng soup.
Tang Xiang (1992 vintage)
This incredibly clean aged ripe Pu-erh offers a thick, yet very silky and smooth mouthfeel with a sweet finish.
Tribute Ripe Brick (2003 vintage)
This tea offers a unique rice soup scent and a sporty finish which can usually be found only in well-aged Pu-erh teas. It leaves a clean, sweet throat-soothing sensation.
Customers have made these comments about the Original Bana Tea Sampler:
"I just wanted to say thanks for the great Pu-erhs. I thoroughly enjoyed every tea in the tea sampler I bought. The lovely, caring presentation and thorough info sheets that came with it just sealed the deal." -- T.P.
If you enjoy this sampler, we recommend trying this other sampler:
Bana Vintage Pu-erh Sampler
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