Made to export to Korea

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Made to export to Korea

Postby chimeric220 » Oct 4th, '08, 18:23

Hi every body
About last new douji bulang brick from Puer Shop,it is written in the comment:
"Green Pu-erh Tea Brick 250g/8.82 ounces
Vintage 2008
Premium class
Loose tea leaves
Caffeine: Moderate
Very Limited quantity
Made to export to Korea"

Who could explain to me what means "made to export to Korea"
What are the differences with the original same brick sold in China
Is it better or not ?

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Postby puerhking » Oct 4th, '08, 20:25

Perhaps it is as simple as trying to cater to their real or perceived taste like brewers do with export beers. Just a guess.

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I was told

Postby Jim Liu » Oct 4th, '08, 23:43

It is supposed to be clean and free of any chemicals.

It is still on sale in Korea for 82000 Korea dollars.

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Postby Trioxin » Oct 5th, '08, 00:34

I'd like to see a pu made for US import. Of course they would have to bag it, include a "big sip" cup, and cross promote it with the latest superhero movie.

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Postby Salsero » Oct 5th, '08, 00:39

Trioxin wrote: I'd like to see a pu made for US import. Of course they would have to bag it, include a "big sip" cup, and cross promote it with the latest superhero movie.
OK, you're in charge of product development for the US.

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Postby Trioxin » Oct 5th, '08, 00:50

Salsero wrote:
Trioxin wrote: I'd like to see a pu made for US import. Of course they would have to bag it, include a "big sip" cup, and cross promote it with the latest superhero movie.
OK, you're in charge of product development for the US.


If we can get the Taco Bell dog we're gold. Our catch phrase can be "Where's the bag?"

Also, we'll have to develop a big gulp cup with a built in infuser.

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Postby augie » Oct 5th, '08, 11:58

Trioxin wrote:If we can get the Taco Bell dog we're gold. Our catch phrase can be "Where's the bag?"
Also, we'll have to develop a big gulp cup with a built in infuser.


Is Clara Peller still living?

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Postby Trioxin » Oct 5th, '08, 14:45

augie wrote:
Trioxin wrote:If we can get the Taco Bell dog we're gold. Our catch phrase can be "Where's the bag?"
Also, we'll have to develop a big gulp cup with a built in infuser.


Is Clara Peller still living?


Only in fond memories.

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Postby beecrofter » Oct 5th, '08, 19:10

Watch a Taco Bell commercial with the sound muted, especially the older ones.
First you see a dog and no food,
then you see food and no dog.
The logical conclusion is dog meat which the Aztecs did eat.

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