Which one is which

When our customers receive their orders, most of our teas are labeled in Chinese, it's kinda hard to identify which one is which.

'I'm sort like to review the description again since I got quite few teas to compare'

'I would like to order this one again, how could I find it quickly at your website?'

Our customer may ask.

The matter of the fact is that all our teas are number coded, this code can be found at the end of the line of the tea list from the packing list or the email confirmation page you received when you placed the order.

For example, 2004 Old Youle Ripe Pu-erh Tea Brick (Old Youle Brick - 1211), as you can see, the code is 1211.

By using this code, you enter, or copy/paste it at the top right 'Search', then you should be able to retrieve the info on that tea very quickly. You would have the photos of the tea, the description and etc. right at your fingertip. You can also enter a short name of the tea to search if you don't remember. The simplest way is to write that code on the packing for future reference.

We hesitated to place an English label on the tea, since many tea collectors want the original wrapper, they asked to keep the packing as is.

One more thing, most teas are come and go, chances are you would not be able to find the same tea again after 2-3 years since it was initially offered, it's most likely being sold out.

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