Free Package Samples from 10 Puer Areas in Yunnan Province China
I am the sell representative of gylxtea company.
We are offering authentic Arbor Puer tea from Pristine tea forest in yunnan province. Since we have contracts with local tea farmers. Tea samples are free since we want to open the market first so that you will get a taste of real tea! But due to the fact that the shipping fees is about 15$(within a week), let us know if you want to cover the shipping fees. (it is a new branch, so we want to make ends meet)
We have successfully sent out many tea samples, and we have received good reviews.
And bangdong is actually a “OK” tea provided by our company.
So there are teas of better quality within the sample.
We have shops based in kunming,Yunnan province.
Keep calm and drink Arbor Puer tea!
How many grams of tea come in the sample packs, and does each one come with 10 samples or do we need to choose from the 10 options?
Free tea is going to be a hard deal for most people here to pass up!
I would love to participate, but I do have a question regarding payment for shipping. I don’t see any information on your website regarding payment and security. How are orders and payments handled?
Also, I would suggest making ordering and payment options on your website more user-friendly. It is not clear how much your products cost or how to actually order them.
Best of luck in growing your business!
the campaign is still on
How should we contact you? I emailed a week ago to the email address on your contact page. (About samples, will pay for shipping).
Hey, Voiren TEa, i think the email is no longer used, and you may use the email that Mr Mopar shared with you.
Mine is [email protected]
Samples arrived today. I have two 5g samples each of the following: Bang Dong 2017, Mang Fei 2010, Lao Jian Shan 2017, ripe pu’erh 2015, and black tea 2017.
I will be posting my impressions to this thread as well as to my regular tealog. Thanks again to Gylxtea for the opportunity to sample your products!
@Gylxtea – could you provide links to your website for each of the products included in the sample? I found the Lao Jian Shan 2017, but could not find any of the others. It would be helpful to include price information as well. Thanks again!
Ripe pu’erh 2015
- Not listed on gylxtea.com site
A very rich ripe. Main flavors are carob, cream of wheat/grits, and cherry wood, with notes of Brazil nut and hints of molasses. There are also definite camphor notes present, but they are subdued and serve to add balance and interest to the brew.
The brew is rich and full of flavor. For every infusion, the development on the palate was slow and deep. You could have told me that this was an aged raw and I would have believed it. At the very least, I would have thought this was a ripe with substantial age on it. For a ripe with only four years of age, this tea carries a lot of depth and maturity.
Black tea 2017
- Not listed on gylxtea.com site
Let me start out by saying this is wonderfully tasty and complex black tea. It reminds me of a few Taiwanese black teas I had a while back. It has the expected malt and nut notes, but there is another layer of flavor of waxy, bittersweet berry and pine notes.
Tons of flavor, wholly engaging. Definitely recommend for those seeking a unique black tea experience.