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Need help- anyone good at writing descriptions?

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What if you issued a challenge? something along the lines of… we dare you to find out what you’ve been missing with those boring grocery brand teas!

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Oh, and for the sake of all thins holy (in the realm of tea), include the steep times and temperatures with the basket booklet. I can see the rednecks now, boiling hot water + 10 minute steep.
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I like the term “premium”. You can also refer to them as “hand selected just for this auction”.
on a side note, I used to live nearish PCB. . there were a few “classy”/sophisticated persons in that general area but they are few and far between. For most of the people where I lived they drank black coffee. Didn’t matter what kind as long as it was black. :(

Erin said

And how did you know I was referring to PCB :) :) :)

Erin said

Oh wait, I just noticed I put a link to the charity. Duhh :)

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I think you said it best with “this is the best tea available from around the world” and CANNOT be bought in a grocery store. Its simple, true, and gets the point across to people who may not have a lot of tea knowledge. Like was said above “premium” and “hand selected” sounds good and make people feel special.

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Lynxiebrat said

If you have teas that need to be at different temps, maybe include a tea temp gadge? Otherwise, the basket sounds great.

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