Last But Not Least



When you buy a lot of tea, it’s inevitable that you’ll just be left with broken pieces in the end. And then what? Unless you’re a giant tea company that bags it and puts it on a supermarket shelf, it likely goes to waste.

Over the years we’ve seen a lot of teas come and go. What’s often left behind is a lot of leaves that are too broken to sell at full price, and certainly more than we could drink ourselves.

It’s also safe to say that these teas are head and shoulders above supermarket grade teas, so why should they go to waste over a few broken leaves and some dust?

That’s why we’re offering these (still tasty) leftovers for a token amount. Each pack will include a generous amount of tea (at least 40g). We highly recommend picking up some DIY tea bags so that you can then fill these teabags to conveniently brew western or gongfu style.

Although each tea is labelled by type (black, white, oolong, raw puer), the exact tea you receive will be a surprise, ranging from Hekai gushu, to high mountain Yashixiang dancong or any other tea we’ve carried in the past. We trust fate will match you with the right tea though.

Limit 1 per person, per order.

3 reviews for Last But Not Least

  1. 5 out of 5

    Billy Galvez (verified owner)

    Just started drinking tea so i dont know much, but i liked this one very much, specially for the price. The only negative part is that it doesnt last a lot of brews but thats what i expected for a “dusty” tea.

  2. 4 out of 5

    TravisBF (verified owner)

    I got the raw pu’er version.
    Great value, but I do find raw pu’er quite challenging so far. Often get an astringent perfume note that can be overpowering if I don’t pour very slowly. Due to the small pieces and powder its difficult to brew without much agitation. Need to experiment more with brewing methods or just try aging it.
    Anyway, under the difficult notes, I did see peach skin and lavender, which I haven’t seen elsewhere so far.
    Regardless, super cheap so no problems, was a good way to try something new.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Stewart Anderson (verified owner)

    Loved whatever this is. Wish I knew what it was!

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