Life in teacup

One of the intentionally aged teas, Pu-Erh has a loyal following.

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Life in teacup

by bagua7 » Feb 20th 18 7:44 am

Is this vendor still active or they just simply abandoned their site?

I have sent them an email requesting current availability of a puerh cake I’m after and nothing, no reply.

It doesn’t look good.

Cheers :)

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Re: Life in teacup

by beiosto » Feb 20th 18 1:00 pm

Maybe because of the Chinese Newyear?

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Re: Life in teacup

by bagua7 » Feb 21st 18 9:26 pm

Maybe. But they are not based in China or in an overseas Chinese community, i.e. Singapore.

I’ll wait a bit otherwise time to move on.

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Re: RE: Life in teacup

by Twine99 » Feb 22nd 18 3:42 am

bagua7 wrote:Maybe. But they are not based in China or in an overseas Chinese community, i.e. Singapore.

I’ll wait a bit otherwise time to move on.
Hi bagua7, I have spoken with Robert from Life in Teacup recently. I had made a purchase from him back on Feb 6th.

I have recently received a reply on confirmation for my purchase.

I had been told they had recently been on a retreat. So I suggest giving it a bit more time. Hopefully get a reply soon.

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Re: RE: Life in teacup

by bagua7 » Feb 25th 18 5:30 am

Yes thnx for your reply. They replied to my message and sent me an invoice for the two cakes I was after: 2008 MengSong raw. Excellent bttw. I didn’t have spare cash when I tried this pu 3-4 years ago but I do now so luckily they have still some still stock available.

Cheers! ;)