Dragonwater Tea Company

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Feb 11th, '08, 21:56
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Dragonwater Tea Company

by splray » Feb 11th, '08, 21:56

http://www.dragonwater.com/

Has anyone purchased any tea from them yet? I'm just curious if anyone has and if their teas are good. Thank you!

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by Ladytiger » Feb 11th, '08, 22:05

I haven't, but you can do a free trial for their Tea of the Month club. I was thinking about joining and cancling after I got my free tea, unless I really liked it.

Feb 14th, '08, 13:56
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by Pentox » Feb 14th, '08, 13:56

I joined the tea of the month club a bit ago, I wasn't overly impressed by the three teas I got, but it's a great way to sample stuff. The gyokuro asahina was actually pretty decent. I'd say start out with the club and try some stuff out and see if it suits you.

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by splray » Feb 14th, '08, 14:04

Yeah I think that's a good idea! Maybe I'll try a 1/4 lb order just to see if their teas are good.

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by Pentox » Feb 14th, '08, 14:20

splray wrote:Yeah I think that's a good idea! Maybe I'll try a 1/4 lb order just to see if their teas are good.
I would suggest the tea of the month club. You get 3- 1 or 1/2 oz samples a month, shipping paid for. The first month is free and after that 10/mo.

A quarter pound commits you to a tea for quite a bit.

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