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by Chip » Jun 27th, '08, 02:08

Welcome Adam of the land down under! I hope you enjoy the forum and our company. Be sure to visit TeaDay by clicking here!

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by chamekke » Jun 27th, '08, 03:20

Hello, Adam! Good to meet you.

Re: Adagio, I took a peek at their International Shipping page and for what it's worth, Australia is not listed. If I were you, I'd contact Adagio via their Contact Us webpage to ask what the situation is. They are usually very quick to respond.

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by Trey Winston » Jun 27th, '08, 08:19

Welcome!

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by Victoria » Jun 27th, '08, 10:17

Adagio is a great starting place and you can learn
so much here on the forum!

Welcome!

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by olivierco » Jun 27th, '08, 11:01

Welcome!

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by Riene » Jun 27th, '08, 11:30

Hello and Welcome!

What kind of tea stores do you have in Australia? What type of teas are commonly made there?

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by Sam. » Jun 27th, '08, 16:52

Welcome to TeaChat! I'm sure you'll be able to learn tons about black tea here. You might end up trying greens and oolongs as well, as the majority of our readers seem to drink them more than anything else!

chamekke wrote:Hello, Adam! Good to meet you.

Re: Adagio, I took a peek at their International Shipping page and for what it's worth, Australia is not listed. If I were you, I'd contact Adagio via their Contact Us webpage to ask what the situation is. They are usually very quick to respond.


Adagio will ship to the Vatican City and Kuwait but not Australia. :P :shock:

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by chamekke » Jun 27th, '08, 19:51

Sam. wrote:Adagio will ship to the Vatican City and Kuwait but not Australia. :P :shock:


Well, that's just not fair :cry:

I wonder if Adagio Europe will be more obliging?

Drat. They aren't.

Has Adagio given a reason for not shipping to Australia? It's not exactly a rogue state...

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by Sam. » Jun 28th, '08, 01:35

Tea Drinking Peasant wrote:
Riene wrote:Hello and Welcome!

What kind of tea stores do you have in Australia? What type of teas are commonly made there?


The main teas in Australia are black and english breakfast in my experience.


Sounds like they've stuck to their British roots, much like a lot of Americans, I do believe.

And, Adagio Europe! I had no idea that existed!

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by joelbct » Jun 28th, '08, 12:27

Tea Drinking Peasant wrote:Hi my name's Adam i'm from Australia i'm 19 years old.


Welcome, Joel, 25 y/o, 15 miles outside of NYC, US here! Welcome to the wide world of tea.

My favorite Blacks are good Keemun, Yunnan Gold, and Assam. A good tea is hard to find, but well worth it. Not sure about Australian Vendors but they must be out there.

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by hop_goblin » Jun 29th, '08, 19:51

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