Chinese Tea Shop Re-lauch (Free samples inside!!!)
Welcome to the re-launch of www.chinesetea-shop.com . We are a large wholesaler and retailer throughout Central and South-Eastern China and have recently opened up a retail shop to cater to our western tea-lovin’ friends.
We work directly with farmers all over Central and Southern China to find the best quality tea at the best prices. All of our products are made with traditional methods and are environmentally friendly. Even though our country (sadly) has no animal cruelty laws, none of our products have or ever will be tested on animals.
We offer high-quality, traditional Chinese teas shipped directly to your doorstep. And because of our re-launch we are having the following promotion.
1. Free sample (3-6 grams) of tea simply for registering for our website (be sure to email us with which tea you want [firstname.lastname@example.org])
2. Free shipping on all orders over $100 USD
3. Free 25 grams of Dragon Well for every 100g of Dragon Well purchased!
Be sure to register with our website to receive updates on our latest products and deals!
Most of our green teas are now from the spring 2011 harvesting. We expect all of them to be in stock by the beginning of April!
Here is a couple of reviews of our tea from a Steepster member: http://steepster.com/companies/foruntay-tea-chinesetea-shop-com
Thanks, I registered and sent email! Looking forward to trying the tea.
Thank you I also registered an sent an email. Thank you for the opportunity to try your teas!
So we sent out over 30 free samples to steepster members, just incase you guys were curious, among steepster members the most popular were
1. Golden Junmee Black Tea
2. Sun Moon Lake Black Tea
3. Lishan oolong Tea
Thank you guys for helping make our re-launch a successes!
Hey guys we just got some more of the new spring 2011 green teas in yesterday. We are now carrying the 2011 stock of Dragon Well, Green Spring Snail and Xin Yang Mao Jian Teas.
If you havent requested your free sample yet i suggest the Dragon Well. In 2010 during the first few weeks of march, pushing the harvesting date back about 2 weeks. This year the weather in Hangzhou was perfect, resulting in an early harvest, thus better tea.