I have packed a lot of the black tea I recently received from Nepal into these zip pouches. It seems a smart, easy way to store a quantity of tea long-term & to have handy amounts available. Does anyone want to buy some? 32 cents each means $16 for 50, $8 for 25. A small amount can fit in a large envelope & go regular first class mail for not too much postage.
SWAPPING: I will trade pouches for tea. If pouches don't interest you, I could swap some of the Jun Chyabari HOR black tea from Nepal.
WANTED: oolong. To give an idea: I've been most impressed w/quality of Origin Tea, Red Blossom Tea, Hou de Thes (? in Houston), but have been happy w/ tea from cheaper vendors. I don't like heavy vegetal flavor nor > a hint of the taste of minerals. So, does anyone want to swap 1. sweet oolongs (not jin xuan, not tgy, not roasted or fired) more like lishan, alishan, boazhong; or, 2. aged boazhong; or, 3. MT's Imperial Pearl?