8-Piece Sampler Set (80 CUPS)
8-Piece Sampler Set (80 CUPS)
8-Piece Sampler Set (80 CUPS)
8-Piece Sampler Set (80 CUPS)
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8-Piece Sampler Set (80 CUPS)

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For only 1,099 get our 8 best-selling loose leaf teas in one beautiful package.



(Regular Price is 1,299)

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What You'll Get

Our sampler set includes 8 different loose leaf teas


  1. Jasmine Black Tea

Jasmine tea is basically just tea, but jasmine flowers have been blended in. In the case of jasmine black tea, you have black tea as the base.

The point of adding the fresh jasmine blossoms is to add a floral aroma to the tea. Adding the jasmine flowers makes the tea a lot more special, and the whole process is a bit involved.

Contains 40mg caffeine per cup.

  1. Darjeeling Black Tea

While Darjeeling black tea comes with a lot of health benefits, the main reason why Darjeeling black tea has a lot of fans is the taste.

The delicacy of the taste is so sublime that Darjeeling black tea is regarded as the “champagne of teas”.

Contains 47mg caffeine per cup.

  1. Mint Tea 

Mint tea is great for just about any time of the day. Start your morning with a cup of mint tea and you'll feel refreshed all day.

The mint clears your mind and gives you renewed energy.

  1. Green Tea

Green tea is a type of tea that is made from Camellia sinensis leaves and buds that have not undergone the same withering and oxidation process which is used to make oolong teas and black teas. 

Green tea has one of the highest concentrations of antioxidants of any tea. It is naturally low in calories and contains less caffeine than black tea.

Contains 10mg caffeine per cup.

  1. Butterfly Pea Tea

Modern scientists have confirmed that there are good reasons why Blue Butterfly Pea Tea has been regarded as medicinal herbal tea for centuries. It’s full of antioxidants and other components that boost the immune system.

This is an herbal tea, and the beverage is actually made from the flowers of the Clitoria ternatea plant. This is native to South East Asia, and it’s also called cordofan pea, blue pea, and aparajitha.

  1. Chamomile Tea 

Among all types of tea, chamomile tea is perhaps the most famous as a medicinal tea. Experts say it’s been around since prehistoric times. In the famous prehistory novel, The Clan of the Cave Bear, even Neanderthals drank chamomile tea.

This is basically the go-to tea for any time you’re not feeling at your best. Feeling down? Can’t sleep? Anxious? Have the sniffles? Whatever you have, a cup of chamomile tea will help.

  1. Hibiscus Tea

This is an herbal tea, which uses the dried hibiscus flowers. It offers a startlingly tart flavor, and it’s a great ingredient for mixed herbal teas. The tangy flavor is a favorite for tea fans of all ages.

Because it’s herbal, there’s no caffeine for you to worry about. It’s a very healthy drink that does wonders for your immune system. Because of the tart flavor, it’s great for fuzzy mornings and when you want a pick-me-up for late-afternoon lethargy.

  1. English Breakfast Tea

 This is a full-bodied black tea blend popular among Irish and British cultures.

It contains nearly zero calorie and sugar, making it an excellent choice for those with diabetes as well as for those who want to limited their calorie consumption.

 Contains 42mg caffeine per cup.

This sampler set will make at least 80 cups of delicious, healthy tea. Get one for yourself or as a gift for someone. 

You'll be glad that you did.




 Order this set today and start that healthy lifestyle.