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Newsletter #73: Low Cost Alternatives to Quality Tea (Triple Offers to End 30 June)
June 20, 2015


Solving Problems Every Tea Drinker Faces

20 June 2015 Issue #73:


>> Low Cost Alternatives to Quality Teas
>> Pu-erh Teas (Double Offers to End 30 June)
>> Free Shipping Offer Until 30 June


A reader recently wrote and told me she wanted to unsubscribe from my newsletter as she can't afford any of my teas.

I replied and shared with a few low cost options that I offer, which include the following:

- Huangshan Maofeng Green Tea - $7 per packet

This is a late harvest green tea that has been certified organic and offers great value and quality for its price. It is not high grade, but it is wildly popular with many of my customers and if you are budget conscious, you won't be disappointed.

- Yunnan Gold Black Tea - $13 per packet

I know a lot of health conscious readers are not overly enthusiastic about black tea, but this Yunnan Gold is pure quality, it is made up of 100% tea buds! Very smooth and flavorful.

- Shunji Mingcha Ripe Pu-erh Tea - $9 per packet

This ripe pu-erh tea is made from mature leaves so it is not high grade, but it is extremely well made and tasty. I wouldn't recommend you drinking it in large quantity, but still, it is a wonderful tea especially after a heavy meal!

And the newly launched white tea cake (see below).

Now, I have always recommend drinking high grade teas (AAA and above) made from spring harvested tea buds as they are nutritious and naturally organic i.e. tea farm is single season harvested so won't use synthetic fertilizer and farmers won't use pesticides as the onset of spring is cold and has few insects.

However, drinking a small quantity of late harvests or mature leaf teas are unlikely to hurt.

Say you infuse 3 grams of tea leaves to make 3 cups of teas, 3 times a week. That is 9 grams of tea leaves per week! By any measure, this is unlikely to cause you any problems.

Then consider the benefits.

Tea can be used as a coffee substitute. It speeds up your body metabolism and gives your energy to get through the day. It burns belly fat.

Drinking it before exercise is highly recommended as it enhances your endurance and elevates your performance level. See study below:

Pu-erh Tea Pre-Launch Offers

For most Westerners, pu-erh tea is an enigma. While green tea is as good as it is fresh, pu-erh tea is exactly the opposite - the older the better.

These two raw tea cakes are on 15% Pre-Launch Offer:

- Yushangming Shenshan Laoshu (2006)

This one is for the connoisseurs.

An amazing find, this raw tea cake was harvested from the ancient trees of Six Tea Mountain and consisted mainly of high grade tea buds.

Already nine years old, it has matured well and has many notes and fragrances, floral with hints of wood, all very rounded and harmonious, with tingling and sweet aftertaste even long after you have finished.

James from Niagara Falls commented:

It's has a more rustic, slightly smoked, earthy aroma that is just wonderful. It tastes more dimensional than the ripened tea and is really grounding. I feel more connected to everything after drinking this tea. It's just an amazing experience.

- Junda Mudan Wang (2014)

This is a low cost option for white tea lovers. It is a white tea cake that is made from high grade peony buds and leaves.

The body is strong and pleasant. The taste is sweet and lingers a long time in your palate. It is robust, seldom turns bitter and never astringent. You can infuse it 3-5 times.

How do you get the 15% discount? Simply enter promotional code jun2015 during checkout. Or click on the link below to buy. Offer expires on 30 June.

Aged Pu-Erh Tea - Romancing the Chinese Yunnan

Free Shipping Offer

Finally, free shipping offer for a limited time until end of the month!

I hope this helps? Any thoughts on this matter? Reply to this email!

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Julian Tai

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