Looking [for] a former [eBay] vendor

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


Oct 29th, '13, 01:22
Posts: 30
Joined: Jan 9th, '12, 02:10
Location: Bethel, Alaska

Looking [for] a former [eBay] vendor

by Saayuq » Oct 29th, '13, 01:22

There was a Hong Kong based vendor who had ridiculously low prices on tea via eBay. They are no longer there. The peculiar thing about them was that they phonetically spelled the Mandarin words and had their phonetic spellings in [brackets] like that. I got a shu from them that turned out to be outstanding and I would like to buy some more. Help me find this internet storefront if they still [exist]. Thanks.

User avatar
Oct 29th, '13, 09:08
Posts: 691
Joined: Mar 10th, '11, 08:17
Location: on top of a mountain.

Re: Looking [for] a former [eBay] vendor

by gasninja » Oct 29th, '13, 09:08

What tea did you get from them?

User avatar
Oct 29th, '13, 23:22
Posts: 4584
Joined: Apr 1st, '09, 00:48
Location: Bangkok

Re: Looking [for] a former [eBay] vendor

by Tead Off » Oct 29th, '13, 23:22

Sounds like the Hong Kong Buyer's club? or something like that.

Oct 30th, '13, 01:59
Posts: 30
Joined: Jan 9th, '12, 02:10
Location: Bethel, Alaska

Re: Looking [for] a former [eBay] vendor

by Saayuq » Oct 30th, '13, 01:59

gasninja wrote:What tea did you get from them?

It was a pack of five 50g tuos that were stacked and bound in bamboo. Whe I get home I can try to get a picture up of the "nefi" that was with each one. The nefi are pretty cheap looking as if they were done on a home color printer. I don't have any record of the name of the tea.

+ Post Reply