bones..., I sell jade figures & jewelry wholesale to a few shops & occasionally retail at festivals. I don't have a shop. I don't have an on-line website. When I had more than 7 kg. of Thai red oolong, I did sell or barter about 1.5 kg. in transactions w/ teachatters. Likewise, I'd be happy to sell or barter some of this black tea once I have it in hand. Also I hope I have the strength of character to post for sale some of my teaware. (I need $ > I need unused bowls etc.)
I doubt that importing tea (or teaware) is good business for the underfunded or minimally informed (e.g., me). I bought a large amount of the red oolong because it is a perfect everyday tea for me, the price was right, & I feared that it would not remain available (which turned out to be true). I was sure it was good tea, but doubtful most tea-drinkers would prefer it to some similar tea (e.g. Mountain Tea's Imperial Pearl).
This particular black tea from Nepal has the most wonderful flavors of other great tea from Nepal & Darjeeling, w/o too much astringency; moreover, the tea announces itself subtlely: its taste builds, lingers; &, then the flavors develop even further in the tea's aftertaste. Very satisfying! (I am giving a bad description but will do better when I drink it as I describe it). I bought the last 10 kg. of a particular flush of 2013 because I cannot imagine this tea being any better in other years.