Items I wish Adagio would sell

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Items I wish Adagio would sell

Postby Lana Y » Nov 1st, '05, 16:33

These are the items I have had to go elsewhere to purchase.
Yixing TeaPot
Measuring Spoon (like the one in the teachef) photo
Storage Containers
Tea Cozy
Cast Iron Teapot
I would have loved to have purchased these from Adagio...
Just a thought :wink:

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Postby Marlene » Nov 2nd, '05, 02:49

hibiscus herbal
one or two good solid pu erh's. like from menghai or six famous mountain or dadugang or xia guan to name the major manufactuers.
lychee black/red
more pretty art teas!

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Postby teamuse » Nov 6th, '05, 16:48

i too am looking for an hibiscus herbal. that would be a wonderful addition to get from adagio!

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Postby Guest » Nov 7th, '05, 23:35

From reading Bhud's tea topic. I would not dare selling any thing to Lana Y


Postby Marlene » Nov 8th, '05, 02:31

That's not very nice 'guest'.

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Postby chris » Nov 8th, '05, 09:11

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Anonymously, as well.

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Postby kool-aid chris » Jan 31st, '06, 02:05

This is a much needed thread! Thank you for starting it il y a!

Here is my wish list Adagio, in no particular order.

Tea Light Candles
Fishnet Stockings
Band-aids with the Muppets printed on them
Medical Rubber Tubing
18K Gold Money Clips with the Prudential Logo on them
Monacle with Chain
Candy Wax Lips
Crystal Tiara, Titanium plated
Bloom County Comic Books
Martha Stuart brand paint in "Winter Mint"
Sheepskin Rugs from New Zealand
Billiard tables with ball return
Prescription Drugs
Elmer's Rubber Cement
Wrigley's Spearmint Gum
Organic Brown Rice
Flea Collars for kittens six weeks and above
Italian 100% Silk Ties
Velcro KangaROOS
Rock Concert DVDs (emphasis on 1960s British bands)
Genuine Wooden Swedish Clogs
Athletic Supporters
High End Speakers
Timex Watches, Digital
Roller Skates
Jigsaw Puzzles
Ziplock Baggies
Jeep 4WD Retreads
Old Spice Aftershave
35MM film
Fruit Cakes
Specialty Mushroom Varieties
Micro Umbrellas
Ball Point Pens, Bic
Magazine Subscriptions

Please let me know when you implement these because I'm extremely interested in ordering right away.


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Postby klemptor » Jan 31st, '06, 12:06

I second the pierogies.

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Postby mijako10 » Jan 31st, '06, 18:41


Lychee flavored tea - lychees are my favorite fruit and I would love to try the tea

Tuocha compressed tea balls/cakes

That's it, I think... ^_^

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Items I wish they would sell

Postby Madam Potts » Jan 31st, '06, 21:06

yeah, I would love it if Adagio would sell tea cozies and also tea canisters (or all sorts and sizes - I can never have enough)

Great topic idea....

and I too vote for the pierogies!

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Postby librarianpirate » Jan 31st, '06, 21:15

tea thermometers! Using a meat thermometer to gauge 180 degrees is not as easy as if I had one that went from say 100-250. More exact - and maybe with the adagio logo ...

I'd still love a glass honey pot

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Postby Parelle » Jan 31st, '06, 23:10

Ditty the tea cozys! I'm afraid of buying a random one just in case it doesn't fit.

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Postby teaspoon » Feb 1st, '06, 00:03

An idea to improve on the general idea of tea cozies... If there would be a possibility of finding some that could be made to fit the personaliTEA teapot (or any of the others, but aren't they all Jenaer and therefore won't be available soon?) specifically. It'd look a lot nicer than your average tea cozy that just sort of swallows a teapot whole and leaves no trace that it was ever there under the pile of excess fabric and batting that makes up most readily available tea cozies. But then that's just my natural bias against such cozies. I just finished crocheting a prototype that is specifically fitted to my personaliTEA pot and it looks so much nicer than a store-bought one would.

That said, it'd be nice to see some more non-glass teaware :)

~coziless teaspoon

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Postby mijako10 » Feb 1st, '06, 00:20

I've never understood tea cozies... tea lights and warmers are so much more elegant in my opinion. But that's for another discussion.

...back on topic...
I second selling cast iron tea pots!

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