Jing Tea Shop Shipping

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Aug 9th, '08, 12:51
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by orguz » Aug 9th, '08, 12:51

Victoria wrote:I dunno, I ordered on 7/29 and it arrived today.
I've had no delays.



If I can ask: that was shipped by EMS right? 5 to 7 days. Never this fast with SAL or regular AIR MAIL :shock:

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Aug 9th, '08, 16:51
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by Victoria » Aug 9th, '08, 16:51

It was China Post Airmail.

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Aug 9th, '08, 19:55
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by cupioneer » Aug 9th, '08, 19:55

My package from Jing arrived yesterday as well. Ordered on the 29th, delivered on the 8th using China Post air mail.

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by Dizzwave » Aug 12th, '08, 11:52

Funny, I just got a package from YS via SAL, and it only took 2 weeks! Fastest ever. :) Last time it took something like 4-5 weeks.

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by shogun89 » Aug 12th, '08, 12:39

This is all quite interesting, I just ordered last night a cake from DTH with airmail, On the site it says 14-21 days, are you guys saying that it could come in less? I hope thats true, I want my tea!!

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by Dizzwave » Aug 12th, '08, 13:09

Just as a watched pot never boils, a highly anticipated package never arrives. Have low expectations, it's the only way! :lol:

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by heavydoom » Aug 12th, '08, 16:05

my boxes from ys always take about 2 weeks which is fine with me. 8) what's the rush with everyone here? be zen about ordering stuff. it will come, with devine intervention, your stash will get here, unopened and unsniffed by police dogs. :lol:

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Aug 12th, '08, 17:51
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by Salsero » Aug 12th, '08, 17:51

heavydoom wrote: my boxes from ys always take about 2 weeks which is fine with me.
Yes, indeed. You are getting older cakes at the same price. It's Scott's premium aging service. He doesn't even charge extra for an additional week or month!

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by Smells_Familiar » Aug 25th, '08, 23:06

As an update, it's now been 17 days since Sebastien told me he RESHIPPED (airmail) my order and I still havent's recieved it.
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by chamekke » Aug 26th, '08, 00:16

For what it's worth... on August 9 I placed my first-ever order from Jing Tea Shop, and it arrived today (August 25). That was 16 days. Seems pretty reasonable to me.

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