Want to swap samples of Adagio zodiac teas?

These teas can resemble virtually any flavor imaginable.

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Want to swap samples of Adagio zodiac teas?

by Vermont Cathy » Feb 14th 13 1:50 pm

I love that Adagio offers sample sizes. But they don't for the zodiac teas. I have Leo and Pisces. I'd love to try Scorpio (not sure how much I'd like the chocolate flavor) but would happy to try any. So, does anyone want to trade? 2 or 3 teaspoons in a baggie in an envelope wouldn't cost much to mail.

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Re: Want to swap samples of Adagio zodiac teas?

by Chip » Feb 14th 13 5:23 pm

Problem is, if you try to send this in just a first class envelope as a letter, it will get pretty smashed up going through the automated sorters, etc. Sometimes the bags even develop holes and the tea comes out ...

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Re: Want to swap samples of Adagio zodiac teas?

by Vermont Cathy » Feb 14th 13 5:35 pm

Oh. Thanks for letting me know. So, do people use boxes when you swap tea? I'll have to check what's the cheapest you can send a box for via USPS. Probably just makes more sense to buy the whole tin from Adagio, eh? :)

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Re: Want to swap samples of Adagio zodiac teas?

by Chip » Feb 14th 13 5:41 pm

Bubble padded envelopes work pretty good for non fluffy type teas, they are relatively cheap and are not too expensive to ship first class parcel.

You can even make your own if you have small bubbles wrap from an order received.