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Postby janec » Dec 2nd, '08, 20:06

Thought I would let everyone know they are selling 300 tea bags of williams sonoma tea on e-bay for $4.95 and its very good.
I am new on here and a real hard tea drinker :) have been to the gardens and to China, drink tea every day and looking forward to exploring the boards.
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Postby Riene » Dec 2nd, '08, 23:07

Hi, Jane, and welcome to the TeaChat!

What type of Williams-Sonoma tea?
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Re: British Tea Company Tea

Postby Victoria » Dec 2nd, '08, 23:17

janec wrote:Thought I would let everyone know they are selling 300 tea bags of williams sonoma tea on e-bay for $4.95 and its very good.
I am new on here and a real hard tea drinker :) have been to the gardens and to China, drink tea every day and looking forward to exploring the boards.


Welcome!

What gardens are you referring to?
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Postby Chip » Dec 3rd, '08, 00:45

Welcome janec to TeaChat. Enjoy the TeaFellowship and please share what is in your cup on TeaDay.
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Postby janec » Dec 3rd, '08, 00:56

I went to darjeeling to the Ayra estate tea gardens which was fantastic and to Lau Shon in china when I was there.
I am a tea snob sometimes and have green and black sent to me but also drink everyday tea.
The williams sonoma tea is made by the british tea company which is very good but it says the packaging has changed and this was surplus so it is cheap on e-bay.
I got earl grey, darjeeling, jasmine, green, chai masala and mint in mine and all very good.
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Postby Vulture » Dec 3rd, '08, 03:26

V'elcome!
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Re: Tea

Postby Victoria » Dec 3rd, '08, 07:35

janec wrote:I went to darjeeling to the Ayra estate tea gardens which was fantastic and to Lau Shon in china when I was there.

Wow, that sounds great.
:)
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Postby sheila77551 » Dec 3rd, '08, 12:37

Thank you Janec, I am going to roam around ebay right now.
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