Hello from Dallas, TX!

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Sep 30th, '11, 17:47
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Hello from Dallas, TX!

by MandyNeko » Sep 30th, '11, 17:47

I am still fairly new to Adagio Tea blends, but I've been a fan of tea for a long time! Looking forward to meeting other tea enthusiasts here. :)

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Re: Hello from Dallas, TX!

by Chip » Sep 30th, '11, 22:11

Welcome to TeaChat Mandy. Hope to see you around the forum.

Please share what is in your cup on TeaDay.

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Re: Hello from Dallas, TX!

by fracol » Oct 2nd, '11, 15:19

Cool, Dallas. Greg from norbutea.com lives in Dallas. He is someone worth getting to know, and your tea orders would only take a day to get to your house :)

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Re: Hello from Dallas, TX!

by debunix » Oct 2nd, '11, 16:06

I was coming here to share another tea place in Dallas, The Cultured Cup, but unfortunately they appear to have closed their bricks & mortar store, and gone online only with an overly-Flashed web site that is not at all friendly to use. Bummer. But welcome to TeaChat!

And seconding the recommendation about Norbu teas. Greg is my main tea source.

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Re: Hello from Dallas, TX!

by Chip » Oct 2nd, '11, 16:18

debunix wrote:And seconding the recommendation about Norbu teas. Greg is my main tea source.

Really? I would have never guessed. :twisted: :lol: :mrgreen:

Unfortunately, B&M stores selling quality, FRESH TEA is so very hard to come by ... we are a market that has been virtually forced to buy online. I am guessing less than 5% of members buy their "good" tea in a store ... unless you are fortunate to live "near" a good store.

Curious, does Norbu operate a B&M store?

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Re: Hello from Dallas, TX!

by debunix » Oct 2nd, '11, 16:29

Chip wrote:Curious, does Norbu operate a B&M store?


Nope. And even though I live in a city with better than average access to stores selling loose-leaf teas, the quality from my online suppliers--and not just Norbu--is more predictable and reliable.

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Re: Hello from Dallas, TX!

by evoltenshi » Oct 23rd, '11, 16:37

Interesting! I'm new to this too. I'm from Fort Worth though :P

Having a cup of jasmine, right now

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