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We are happy to say that we are in the home stretch on our new packaging. We expect to start converting the entire product line in the middle of May. Here's a preview of what the new pouches will look like:
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Im also curious about the sizes. Just noticed "Includes 4 sample tins.Davey wrote:Looks good. What sizes will be available? 4, 8 , 16 oz?
Each makes 8-10 cups." on adagios new maestro collection.
Apr 12th 10 12:11 am
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Which would you recommend for someone who has never had an oolong?Chip wrote:The 3 green oolong are definitely worthy of standing ovations and calls for "encore."
Apr 12th 10 1:43 am
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Since you are a bit of a greenie, the Maestro sample set #1 makes sense. This has 3 greener oolong in it. Plus a Jasmine Pearl which some would say is oolong by definition.Dresden wrote:Which would you recommend for someone who has never had an oolong?Chip wrote:The 3 green oolong are definitely worthy of standing ovations and calls for "encore."
The 3 oolong I was applauding in my last post were Maestro series Ali Shan, Pouchong, and Ti Kuan Yin ... not the regular offerings bearing the same names on their site. Seems the Maestro series versions are presently available in the sample set only.
If you want to try their regular versions first and work your way up to the Maestro versions, you could do that as well.
Apr 14th 10 1:37 pm
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I'll second that thought.rabbit wrote:Has anyone seen the comercials for sunchips new biodegradable packaging? It'd be nice if a tea company could make an airtight package that is also biodegradable.