tea scale

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tea scale

by Mocha Wheels » Aug 31st, '07, 20:38

adagio should definately sell a tea scale! :D

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by Salsero » Sep 1st, '07, 00:02

I second that recommendation. They're missing out on a potentially nice market. An awful lot of tea beginners quickly graduate to wanting a tea scale, and it's a pain to hunt on line.

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by fencerdenoctum » Sep 1st, '07, 00:04

I third that!

For no other reason than I don't like having 7 online shopping carts open at the same time. I'm more of a one stop shopper.


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Sep 1st, '07, 00:14
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by Eastree » Sep 1st, '07, 00:14

Likewise. Adagio should have one.

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by Mocha Wheels » Sep 1st, '07, 08:39

even from an economical stance, i think more people would drink loose leaf tea (especially consistantly) if they could get the highest quality cup of tea for their money and the tea scale would help achieve that because not only are they not accidentally putting too much/little tea in per cup but they also aren't wasting tea. cause let's face it- while worth it, loose leave tea isn't the cheapest thing in the world. i read somewhere (and i believe it) that the people w/ the poorest health are on a fixed/limited income so maybe investing a small amount once on a tea scale might allow them to drink tea more often- and they're the ones that can benefit from the antoxidents most :lol:

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by CynTEAa » Sep 1st, '07, 09:46

Hmmm.... a tea scale... yup, yup (nods to self)....thanks for the suggestion...good thinking!

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by scruffmcgruff » Sep 1st, '07, 10:56

Actually... tea is one of the cheapest beverage options out there, short of water. That's one of the reasons why it's the second most popular beverage in the world (again, beat only by water).

That said, if Adagio sold mini scales, I would have bought one from them. The My Weigh 300-Z seems to be the best suited (and most popular) for tea making, so that might be the best one to sell.

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by Eastree » Sep 2nd, '07, 01:19

(I apologize in advance for the horrible tea pun ...)

the TEA-hundredZ?

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by madman91 » Jan 20th, '08, 21:24

count me in,

I would definitely like one of these scales. :)

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