teatoad said

My next order should be....

I am almost done with my latest order of tea.

Any recommendations of where I should order form next? I am only going to order from one site but a bunch of different types of tea. Loose leaf only.

Thanks

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MelissaTea said

If you are looking to get a lot of samples for a decent price, some good places are Adagio (http://www.adagio.com/), Zen Tea (http://zentealife.com/ – they have a 30% code right now summer2013) and Upton Tea (http://www.uptontea.com/). All have generous sample sizes.
Everyone loves Butiki (http://www.butikiteas.com/), but I haven’t tried them yet.
Good luck.

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Lariel select said

The ‘Try Me’ samplers from Della Terra are pretty awesome.

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BUTIKI

Seconded. It’s hard to go wrong with Butiki.

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Lala said

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Uniquity said

Teavivre (www.teavivre.com) or Verdant (www.verdanttea.com) if you are into unflavoured. Butiki (www.butikiteas.com) or Davids (www.davidstea.com) if you’re into flavoured. I know that 52Teas (www.52teas.com) and Della Terra (www.dellaterrateas.com) are also popular for flavoured teas but I personally find them disappointing. You may not though!

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NVasquez said

I would recommend TeaVitality (http://teavitality.com). Organic and Fair Trade teas available only.

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Confetti said

Verdant’s 5 for $5 sample contains some of the best tea I’ve ever tasted (unflavored). It’s ‘s a great deal and smart business – I can’t imagine not coming back for more.

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teatoad said

I have a lot to look at..

I was thinking about getting stuff from Adagio, i have not ordered from them in a while. But i will check out the other sites as well.

thanks for all your recommendations.

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Dr Jim said

You didn’t say what type of tea you were looking for.

For unflavored teas:

TeaVivre is fantastic for Chinese tea, but has limited variety.
Upton has a super selection of unflavored tea all with sample sizes. As just two examples, they sell a dozen different Keemun teas, and several dozen Darjeelings.

For flavored teas:

While Adagio has some unflavored teas I think of them as specializing in flavored teas. I think Della Terra flavored teas are higher quality than Adagio but they are significantly more expensive, so I tend to buy Adagio, but the choice depends on your budget.

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teatoad said

Dr Jim … I like to get a bunch of different kinds. I like trying different stuff. I normal by from sites that have many different teas

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