Are you privy to any tea companies giving away free tea? These may be “no purchase necessary”, “w/ 1st purchase”, “w/ purchase of a certian value”, or “with purchase of any value”.
From The Tea Farm:
Here is this month’s Free tea of the Month. Free item of the month with any purchase! No minimum, add this item with any other item no matter what price and you will get this free.
Limited to one free item per order
Add this delicious 2oz Dragon Well Green tea a $3.09 value to your cart FREE
While supplies last. *Very limited Quantities!
This long jing (dragon well) is also from the Xi Hu area of HangZhou, zhejiang province. It differs from our premium grade because this does not consist of only the buds, it has more leaves than our premium Dragon Well but for first time buyers of this tea, this is a great starter because it has the scent and similar to our premium grade. But if you compare the two, you will be able to distinguish the difference."
From Den’s Tea:
To celebrate our anniversary and to show our appreciation for your love of green tea, we have prepared several gifts for you through 2010. The first is “Lucky Gold Tea”. In Japan, gold flakes are used on food and in beverages to celebrate special occasions. At weddings, birthdays and anniversary parties, you’ll find gold flakes sprinkled on top of traditional Japanese food and pastries or floating in a bottle of sake like a golden snowstorm. Our 10th Anniversary seemed like a good time to make Lucky Gold Tea by adding some gold flakes to a cup of Den’s Tea.
As a gift to you, we will includ “Sho-Fuku-Kin” (5mg of lucky gold flakes) and a 10 gram bag of Sencha Extra Green when you order $30 or more (excluding S&H) of Den’s Tea products.
Enjoy a lucky tea time and have a prosperous year!
February’s Free Tea of the Month from The Tea Farm! …It’s not always found on their home page (normally on the right side) so just do a keyword search for “free” if you can’t find it.
No minimum, add this item with any other item no matter what price and you will get this free.
Limited to one free item per order
Add this delicious 2oz Shui Xian Oolong tea a $4.94 value to your cart FREE
*while supplies last. Very limited Quantities!
ShuiXian is an Oolong tea that has a flowery aroma and is very flavorful. It originates from Ooyee (Wuyi) mountain, FuJian Province China. This mountain is one of the more famous mountain for producing great quality Oolong tea. This tea is cultivated by every single tea farmer in that mountain and is widely drank among Chinese restaurants all over the world.
Temperature: 190F, Boiling first then let water sit for 1 min; Use: 1 tablespoon per 6 ounces of water; Infusion time: 4-5 minutes.
“For a limited time only, for every 2-ounce pouch of Zoomdweebie’s tea you order online, choose another tea you would like to sample, and we will send you a small (4-5 cup) sample. Just provide the NUMBER of the tea(s) you would like to sample on the very last page of the checkout process under special notes.
Not only that, but for every four pouches of tea you order, we’re going to throw in a random pouch of tea for FREE! You never know what you might get. Maybe you will discover a new favorite. Purchase four pouches, get one freebie; buy eight, get two… "
From Den’s Tea:
“As we announced on January, this year marks our 10th anniversary of serving the North American Tea Market. To celebrate our anniversary and to show our appreciation for your love of green tea, we have prepared several gifts for you through 2010. The second is “Award Winning Premium Gyokuro”.
This Gyokuro was grown on the Omura farm in Asahina, Shizuoka and was harvested in 2009. The Gyokuro grown on the Omura farm won an award at the last Shizuoka Tea Exhibition. In fact this tea is a frequent award winner at the exhibit.
This Gyokuro is obviously one of the best teas manufactured in Shizuoka. Its taste is quite special and is likely a taste you have not experienced. One sip will enrapture you and you’ll wish that the powerful herbaceous and Umami flavor would remain with you just a little longer.
As a gift to you, we will include a 5 gram bag of Premium Gyokuro when you order $30 or more of Den’s Tea products. Don’t miss this opportunity to add the taste of this super premium tea to your life experiences. This anniversary gift will be available to you through April 11."
We pretty much do the same thing when sourcing tea and herbs- before it becomes part of what we offer it’s always sampled (sometimes we pay for shipping but often times we get them free). It’s one thing to read about a tea or even smell it but to actually experience a cup before committing to a purchase is great.
With every in store or online purchase we include a random sample of tea. Not something we have ever really advertised but it’s something I have been doing since day one and people appreciate it.
From The Tea Farm:
Free item of the month with any purchase!
No minimum, add this item with any other item no matter what price and you will get this free. (A $5.37 value!)
Limited to one free item per order.While supplies last. Very limited Quantities!
A famous Oolong tea of Fujian Province Huang Jin Gui is very popular for its refreshing taste. A tea with bright golden liquor and a flowery aroma.
Temperature: 195F, Boiling first then let water sit for 30 seconds; Use: 1 tablespoon per 8 ounces of water; Infusion time: 4-5 minutes.
Red leaf tea is giving away free tea (and sizable quantities!) with every purchase over $10 http://www.redleaftea.com/free-tea.html#5
$10 -> free small tin ($4-6 value)
$20 -> free large tin ($6-10 value)
$35 -> 2 free large tins
Free sample for new customers to Shanti Tea, free samples (of something you haven’t ordered before) for any reviews you leave, and discounted/free shipping on those samples http://www.shantitea.ca/Free-Stuff—18.html
At first I thought Shanti created a tea company and she was offering us some free tea =P
Oh Shantea, what a tease =P
Ah, no :) I just discovered them through a blog post on private label teas (http://cazort.blogspot.com/2010/03/private-label-teas.html )and liked their free sample policy enough to share
Was going to post this Thursday before the long weekend but realized that its April fools, so we’ll do this a little early =)
From us (Herbal Infusions):
Free samples and free shipping! Also, if you write a review of any of the tea you sampled please let us know (e-mail me – dan (at) herbalinfusions.ca) and I’ll send out another sample your way of a different tea.
To take advantage of our FREE offer you must do the following:
1. Sign up for an account (its easy and also free!)
2. Add your samples to your cart & calculate shipping costs with the shipping calculator (click ‘get a quote’ then ‘update total’)
3. Type in the coupon code SAMPLE into the discount box and apply the coupon.
4. Proceed to checkout. The total will be updated when you select the free shipping option.
5. For payment select check
6. Select Place Order
You should receive an order confirmation within an hour. If not please contact us to confirm your order was received.
Offer valid for new customers within Canada and Continental United States for a limited time.
Paypal wouldn’t let me checkout with $0.00 so I added a penny and it let me go through XD
Haha. Ok sorry I just updated the instructions to select ‘check’ rather than paypal. Sorry, I’ll credit you .01 on your next purchase Jenn-cha. I got your order though =)
That’s ok, don’t worry about it. It’s just a penny! I thought about hitting the back button to choose the check option but wasn’t sure what that would do to the order process.
I created an account but I never got a confirmation email. I tried resending the confirmation email, I checked my spam folder, and I tried to sign up again but it said there was already an account for my email.
I just confirmed your account and resent your confirmation email. If you still have problems putting an order through e-mail me and we’ll figure it out. Thanks!
Thanks Dan! Sorry about that. I just figured it was automated and I’d get an email sent by the computer system within 10 min or so.
Done! Thanks for the samples, Dan. You’re awesome.
mrawlins, Jenn-Cha, and Tea Bird, what are you guys trying?
@chrine, I don’t exactly remember so I guess it will be like Christmas when the package arrives. I do know that I included genmaicha and the orange oolong.
chrine – Mad Hatter, Dorian Grey, Waist Not Gypsy, and…oh what was the other…Ah! Ontario Ice Wine. I really want to see how the last compares to the Ice Wine tea from Design A Tea.
Just out of curiosity, are we able to get a sample of a tea that isn’t in that list?
mrawlins ~ I got the Genmaicha (I’ve never tried one and it looked cool visually) and the Orange Blossom Oolong too.
Jenn-Cha ~ I almost got Mad Hatter and I thought the Ice Wine one sounded unique. I’ll be interested to read your tealog for that one.
I also got the Carmel Puerh and the Maple Black.