OK, as you know in my email to you, I pointed you to the forum rules which state replies from a vendor about their products must be first directed to the forum moderator(s). You have chosen to ignore this ... or you decided not to read the forum rules.
In any case, since you opened up Pandora's box ...
We chose the farm that had the purest tea we could find anywhere.
The above quote from your post is much different from your speak on your site where you boast repeatedly:
We are proud to present to you the purest Green Tea leaves available anywhere on the planet.
We tested samples from organic farms all over the world to find the purest, most potent green tea available anywhere.
This is not simply misleading, it is false advertising. The use of superlatives stating that you have the purest teas on earth implies you have tested every single batch of tea produced at a given point in time, which is impossible of course. Either that or you are claiming nobody has found more pure teas implying that you have tested all your competitors' teas ... which of course you have not.
But Joe and Jane consumer do not know this. They take you at your word. It is this brand of marketing that draws the ire of not just the knowing consumers such as those found here on TeaChat, but those in the industry who must sell their teas honestly. It is really quite an unfair and unethcal practice.