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lindsey-star 02-09-2006 10:55 AM

Free *sample* of Green Pekoe tea
 
Free *sample* of Green Pekoe tea

Saseeshaz 02-09-2006 11:13 AM

Yummy
 
Thanx for posting this site. I am a tea lover and enjoy finding new sites for teas. :thumbsup:

Modemouth 02-09-2006 02:21 PM

I would love to try this. I have been an orange pekoe tea fan for years and love green tea too.

Got a response that they would let me know IF I qualify.speechless

Lori Ann 02-09-2006 03:16 PM

Thanks Lindsey clapping

most of these offers are a single sample so....I've completed ALL of the offers lol

I have a little wicker basket to hold the different samples - the way I see it you have a constant flow of different varieties always fresh!

Lori Ann smiliebow

lindsey-star 02-09-2006 06:40 PM

That's a great idea...maybe I'll reincarnate one of my baskets around my house for that! clapping

Modemouth 02-26-2006 03:00 PM

still working!clapping

jensbargainbins 03-02-2006 04:55 AM

Free Green Pekoe Blues Tea Sample
 
http://www.teachef.com/request_sample.html

MagiePerdu 03-02-2006 07:06 AM

I LOVE Adagio teas. They have a tea recipe contest every month and will send you a free sample to use in creating your recipe. "Experiment with different ideas to develop the best recipe with that tea, then send it to us [Adagio] along with a picture. Each month, new recipes will be posted for community review and ranking. The highest-ranked recipe will win a fabulous tea-related reward and the acclaim of the community!"

You can also order "sample" packs of loose teas in nifty little tins (depending on the type of tea you get somewhere between 4 and 6 tins) for betwen $10 and $14. This is a great way to try new teas that might interest you and you get those great tins you can use later to store all kinda stuff from spices to paperclips. If you prefer your tea in bags, they also sell realiTEA teabags. "These are the same fresh teas we offer loose. Packaged in portable bags." I've personally ordered teas from Adagio, as well as gifting others, and have always been pleased with their teas and related items (teapots, cups, etc.). http://www.adagio.com/ (They used to allow you to send a free $5.00 coupon to others, but I can no longer find that offer! :()


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