2 oz tins!!!

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2 oz tins!!!

Postby karia » Dec 21st, '07, 03:34

ok, hello!!

I have to say i have a problem. i love some teas but not enough to finish them within the year or wanting more than one sampler.

any chane of seeing 2oz tins ?

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Postby Wesli » Dec 21st, '07, 04:28

It would seem you're wanting containers with a volume between that of a sampler, and of the smaller tin. As the same tin can house 1 oz of white tea, or 5 oz of green, it would be a good idea to further clarify what you're looking for.

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Postby karia » Dec 21st, '07, 08:40

Fukamushi Dynasty wrote:It would seem you're wanting containers with a volume between that of a sampler, and of the smaller tin. As the same tin can house 1 oz of white tea, or 5 oz of green, it would be a good idea to further clarify what you're looking for.


oh sorry. i thought i was pretty clear but i guess not.

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Postby brandon » Dec 21st, '07, 10:06

I have a very large tin that happens to hold 2oz of yancha, but it makes 100g of sencha look lost. You are talking about weights here rather than volume of tea.

A very large one at a small price is available from redblossomtea.com, under Accessories. Smaller ones can be had at rishi-tea.com. I have several of the large RB tins for oolong and some of the Rishi screw top tins for sencha.
These hold 100g of sencha perfectly, if that gives you any reference point.

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Postby Wesli » Dec 21st, '07, 14:07

Not the tins, b, Karia is wondering if Adagio will sell their tea in a new tin-size.

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Postby karia » Dec 22nd, '07, 00:39

Fukamushi Dynasty wrote:Not the tins, b, Karia is wondering if Adagio will sell their tea in a new tin-size.


yes that is what i was wondering sorry for making things so confusing.

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Postby brandon » Dec 22nd, '07, 09:28

Oops, my mistake.

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