Can I drink this black tea?

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Re: Can I drink this black tea?

by Chip » Jul 26th, '10, 11:33

Regarding Teavana: http://www.teachat.com/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=7509

Just be aware and beware and do not fall for their aggressive sales tactics. They particularly like to take advantage of newbies to tea.

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Re: Can I drink this black tea?

by mhg » Jul 31st, '10, 09:58

I am a newbie to tea but have always liked tea. I have searched all over the internet and can't find a competitor to Teavana. What would be their closes equal or competitor? And, what do you call a place like this (lounge? Shop? Store? Restaurant?)

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Re: Can I drink this black tea?

by Katy1977 » Jul 31st, '10, 10:11

mhg wrote:I am a newbie to tea but have always liked tea. I have searched all over the internet and can't find a competitor to Teavana. What would be their closes equal or competitor? And, what do you call a place like this (lounge? Shop? Store? Restaurant?)
Yes, check out Adagio. :)

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