This gift set has been curated by FABLY for the Revitalise collection and draws inspiration from the spiritual process of the Japanese tea ceremony, Wabi-Cha, a centuries old tradition, born from tea being a rare and valuable commodity.
Read this article to find out more about the Revitalise collection.
The gift set includes:
|2 x Japanese vintage style handmade ceramic cups |
|1 x Matcha Ceremonial Grade tea powder in glass jar 50g |
|1 x Nature candle in glass jar 90g |
|1 x Wrapped luxury gift box |
|Read on to find out more about the gift set... |
Matcha tea is traditionally consumed in tea ceremonies, in small earthenware cups. It is a high quality green tea powder with many health benefits, most notably being high in antioxidants. The process for making the tea can take several weeks and only the finest leaves are hand picked.
The gift set contains two beautiful rustic Japanese vintage style hand made ceramic cups so the recipient of this gift can share in the moment with a loved one.
The Matcha tea from Purechimp has been harvested in Japan, is 100% Ceremonial Grade Matcha tea, and has been specially selected for the collection due to it's growing fan base for the teas impeccable flavour, recyclable packaging and 5% of profits go to charity.
To further enhance the tea ceremony experience, the gift set also includes a candle specially selected with earthy fragrances to transport you to a Japanese tea house, traditionally built of wood and found in gardens.
The candle is made from rapeseed and coconut wax, and contains a wooden wick; free from phalates, paraffin, palm, beeswax, dyes or additional additives. In addition, the handmade recycled paper label has a special feature and is embedded with wildflower seeds. Plant the label and watch it grow!
The items will be packaged in a luxury gift box and wrapped in a recycled gold sari in the style of Furoshiki, a Japanese fabric gift wrapping technique.
The gift box is sturdy with a magnetic lid so can be re-used for storing keepsakes, and why not repurpose the sari and wrap another loved one's gift with it?