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Cheap Tea

by Wuyi » Jun 6th 20 4:18 am

Hello everyone! First time posting here. Does anyone know of any cheap(ish) brands I can try out? Tea helps me to focus and center myself like nothing else, but finances are tight. I've looked at Amazons selection and it's kind of hit or miss with the quality and value. Any other options out there I can try? Thanks.
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Re: Cheap Tea

by Bridgette » Jun 15th 20 7:10 pm

Wuyi wrote: Hello everyone! First time posting here. Does anyone know of any cheap(ish) brands I can try out? Tea helps me to focus and center myself like nothing else, but finances are tight. I've looked at Amazons selection and it's kind of hit or miss with the quality and value. Any other options out there I can try? Thanks.
Hello Wuyi! Welcome to TeaChat!

Might I suggest Adagio Teas? We offer inexpensive samples, making trying them to see which you may best enjoy both easy and affordable. Check out the oolongs here.
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Re: Cheap Tea

by Ajierene » Jun 24th 20 2:57 pm

I like Adagio as well. They offer samples and sampler assortments that are pretty inexpensive. They also often offer free sampler gifts if you post on facebook or whatever. Almost every time I order, I post on facebook that I ordered and get a free sample of something I haven't tried - the only times I don't are the times I forget.

I have looked at other sites and the main difference for me is that $2 or so sampler offer. The other teas tend to be a bit more expensive for the same amount of tea.