My YSLLC order

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Nov 30th, '08, 18:16
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My YSLLC order

by shogun89 » Nov 30th, '08, 18:16


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Nov 30th, '08, 18:24
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by Goose » Nov 30th, '08, 18:24

I cannot offer any comments about your tea selection, but you may want to order via E-mail for more favorable pricing.

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Nov 30th, '08, 18:27
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by shogun89 » Nov 30th, '08, 18:27

Goose wrote: but you may want to order via E-mail for more favorable pricing.
Oh, dont worry I am well aware of this.

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by Drax » Nov 30th, '08, 18:51

They look interesting!

What inspired you to chose the bags of 5 100g tuo chas? I don't ask that with any pretense other than wondering if you saw some favorable words somewhere.

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by shogun89 » Nov 30th, '08, 19:02

Drax wrote:They look interesting!

What inspired you to chose the bags of 5 100g tuo chas? I don't ask that with any pretense other than wondering if you saw some favorable words somewhere.
First off, I am very fond of Menghai factory. I think they provide a great product at a great price. Nothing amazing but a good everyday tea that wont break your bank. So basically the price is what got me. Scott will sell them for $10 if emailed. So 500 grams for $10, not bad at all. Thats the reason I am getting the spring water cake as well, as well as someone around here giving a convincing review.

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