Tea Samplers Club October 2013

October 11, 2013

Monthly Mystery Tea Samplers Club
The Monthly Mystery Tea Samplers Club featured three teas:

  1. Kabuse Karigane from Nakamura-en
  2. Herbal Tea Blend “Grandpa” from Okinawan tea blender Nakazen
  3. and Premium Sayama Sencha from the Morita Family

UPDATE: The coupon included in your shipment is now good for all the teas available from these suppliers, not only the specific tea included in the shipment.

We’d love to hear feedback from you on these teas! Please send your comments to us below. If you do not want these comments to be used as public testimonials, please put in [[double brackets]]. Otherwise, these comments may be used (your first name and country will be credited) on the product pages, and may be translated into Japanese to share with the farmers. Thank you very much!

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