Signature Blends - Sizes

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Mar 25th, '08, 23:25
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Signature Blends - Sizes

by TimeforTea » Mar 25th, '08, 23:25

Any chance the signature blends will be available to purchase as a sample sized tin?

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Mar 26th, '08, 01:46
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by ilya » Mar 26th, '08, 01:46

Given the logistics that each signature blend needs to be created in real-time, the price of the sample tin would need to be too high to justify.

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Mar 26th, '08, 09:51
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by forkyfork » Mar 26th, '08, 09:51

I don't think it would be such a bad idea to offer the blends in sample-tin packs of 5 or 10.

The blender could give them out as gifts and say, "If you want to order full-size, then go here."

I see these working well as party favors :)

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by henley » Mar 26th, '08, 10:29

Personally I like the samples that come in a resealable pouch. They don't take up as much room plus I'm sure it's more cost effective for the vendors, too.

Hey, fork, the party favor idea is cool. May have to send some samples home next time I have friends over.

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by TimeforTea » Mar 26th, '08, 11:04

ilya wrote:Given the logistics that each signature blend needs to be created in real-time, the price of the sample tin would need to be too high to justify.
Thanks for letting me know, Ilya. That does make sense. :D

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Mar 26th, '08, 11:06
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by TimeforTea » Mar 26th, '08, 11:06

henley wrote:Personally I like the samples that come in a resealable pouch. They don't take up as much room plus I'm sure it's more cost effective for the vendors, too.
Are resealable pouches light protected, like adagio's tins are? I prefer the tins because it makes storing them in a tea cabinet more organized.

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