The popularity of orange pu-erh tea in China inspired the creation of a standout tea box design with an interactive component. The tea box boasts a long form that is organized into seven standalone packages, each of which represents a different day of the week. To get at each individual box, the compartments must be torn apart from one another.
The break-apart tea box design makes it easy for a single box to be enjoyed at a time, with each design's color scheme representing the changing hues of the tea.
As the box design requires a breaking motion, the product is said to give the hands a break during work and at the same time provide relief.
Break-Apart Tea Boxes
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