Trying to find a tea...


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Trying to find a tea...

Postby Lette4Life » Apr 3rd, '06, 03:25

Hi All.

About 6 years ago, I bought a tin of tea, it was bagged tea,I believe there were 20 bags or so. the tin was about 4-5 inches tall and it was round, the label was an off white color it completely covered the whole tin, I cannot for the life of me remember the name of the tea.

I bought it at a tobacco and coffee store in Redding,Ca.
But again I cannot remember the name of the store name either,

I was wondering if someone may have an idea of what kind of tea I am talking about.

Please let me know if you do.
any pictures of the tin would be appreciated.
Thank you so much.
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Postby divinemercy » Apr 3rd, '06, 08:00

Do you remember what type of tea it was (or what flavor if it is a tisane)? That would help greatly...
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Postby rabbit » Apr 3rd, '06, 10:00

It could have been bought wholesale and packaged by the store you bought it from, so discribing the appearance of the container probably wont get you very far, but what did the tea taste like? Was it weak/strong? was it green tea/back tea? Did it smell/taste smokey/sweet/malty/vegital/peppery?
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Postby Lette4Life » Apr 3rd, '06, 15:48

Duh, sorry it was vanilla. I put down everything but that.
It was very strong tasting, and it brewed fairly dark.

Sorry for spacing on the flavor... :oops:
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Postby divinemercy » Apr 3rd, '06, 15:52

You might try this place:

Tobacco N Brew
2143 Hill Top Drive
Redding, CA 96002
530-223-2049

....

If it is REALLY important to you, i would suggest that you contact all of the retailers on this page:

http://www.superpages.com/yellowpages/C ... T-Redding/

Hope that helps,
Ryan
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Postby rabbit » Apr 3rd, '06, 17:48

I had a vanilla darjeeling once... could that have been it?
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Postby Lette4Life » Apr 3rd, '06, 21:18

Thank you Ryan, I do believe that was the place.
I will let you all know if they still have it.

Thanks so much for the help!
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Postby divinemercy » Apr 3rd, '06, 21:24

You're very welcome.

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Re: TEA.

Postby gscarlett » Jul 11th, '07, 18:25

[quote="Lette4Life"]Hi All.

I moved to NV 6 months ago and cannot find Southern Belle Tea. I am sorry I did not come from CA to help you locate that tea or the store. I understand why you are looking for your favorite tea so am I.
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