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We're HeriPro

We are working for exploring the Bangladeshi heritage products,located in the roots everywhere in Bangladesh.We are representing the Bangladeshi heritage products around the country as well as international market.

We Care.

"With utmost care from plucking to packaging, we ensure the preservation of nature's goodness for your health's sake."

We're Natural.

"Naturally delicious. Our teas are free from artificial flavours and sweeteners, and are packed with antioxidants and other health benefits."

Rooted in Heritage.

"A timeless tradition. We honour the rich history of tea cultivation and brewing, while innovating to create new experiences for tea lovers."As well as introducing the traditional foods Of Bangladesh"

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History The origin of yellow tea dates back to the Tang Dynasty (618-9...
History Rosella (Hibiscus sabdariffa) enriched by naturally high volum...
History The Chinese have consumed tea for thousands of years and assum...
History Green Tea; The Art of Tea: Around 800 AD, during the Tang Dyna...
History Oolong tea has a long and interesting history. It is believed ...
History Silver needle white tea generally feature very young and minim...

Tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world.

Tea became part of Bangladesh’s heritage through its introduction during British colonial rule in the 19th century, initially cultivated in the Sylhet region. Over time, it became deeply integrated into Bangladeshi culture, symbolising hospitality, socialisation, and warmth. The tea industry’s growth and economic significance contributed to its heritage status, with diverse tea varieties becoming an essential aspect of everyday life, cultural celebrations, and social gatherings. Today, tea remains a cherished and iconic element of Bangladesh’s heritage, reflecting its rich history and cultural identity.

Tea is one of the most popular drinks in the world.

Tea became part of Bangladesh’s heritage through its introduction during British colonial rule in the 19th century, initially cultivated in the Sylhet region. Over time, it became deeply integrated into Bangladeshi culture, symbolising hospitality, socialisation, and warmth. The tea industry’s growth and economic significance contributed to its heritage status, with diverse tea varieties becoming an essential aspect of everyday life, cultural celebrations, and social gatherings. Today, tea remains a cherished and iconic element of Bangladesh’s heritage, reflecting its rich history and cultural identity.

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History The origin of yellow tea dates back to the Tang Dynasty (618-9...

640.00৳ 950.00৳ 

History Rosella (Hibiscus sabdariffa) enriched by naturally high volum...

450.00৳ 850.00৳ 

History The Chinese have consumed tea for thousands of years and assum...

330.00৳ 430.00৳ 

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"Heritage is not just about preserving the past, it is about celebrating and embracing the living legacy of our ancestors."

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Chui Jhal

Piper Chaba,known as Chuijhal, is an indigenous plant of Southeast Asia, celebrated for its extensive history in traditional medicine. Revered for its analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antimicrobial properties, its leaves, fruits, and roots have long been cherished in both Ayurveda and traditional Chinese medicine. In the southern regions of our country, Chuijhal holds a place of prominence. Thriving in the lush landscapes of Khulna, Jessore, Bagerhat, and Satkhira, these areas cultivate the majority of the nation’s Chuijhal. Here, its culinary versatility shines, particularly in the preparation of meats such as beef, mutton, and duck, where it elevates dishes to culinary perfection. Additionally, Chuijhal is prized for its ability to enhance fish dishes and adds depth to various pulse-based recipes.

280.00৳ 

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