In Nature Teas - Free Tea Strainer

Hello Steepster! What a wonderful concept for a website; I will be making many visits back to you.

We’re very proud of our loose-leaf teas from China and we ship worldwide. This month, enjoy a FREE tea strainer with every purchase.

Simply add your leaves, settle the strainer inside a cup of water, and remove them easily once your tea has reached the perfect strength.

Thank you and I look forward to discussing tea with some of you!

http://innteas.com

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Azzrian said

Hi Helen – do you have a link to your site for us to visit?

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James R said

Hi Helen welcome! What is the link to your site?

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Oh dear, schoolgirl error!

Of course, we are www.innteas.com. We’re also on Twitter – in nature teas and Facebook.

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Azzrian said

Thank you

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Azzrian said

Wow excellent Loyalty program!

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Yes, excellent loyalty program. I was wondering is the free pot and cups, and set shown on the loyalty page the ones that come for free assuming you meet the requirements? Thank you

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Hi all,

It’s nice to have such a positive response to the loyalty programme. I’m glad you all like it. With regards to the free pot and cups, it will be similar to the one pictured, but we can’t guarantee exactly the same.

Hope this helps.

It does, thank you :)

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Teablr said

please make pictures to enlarge, can’t see details :)

Hi Iggy,

Do you mean the pictures of the tea in the shop?

Teablr said

yes

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Angrboda said

That looks good (and available to me in Denmark, yay!). Those boxes are quite nice, what are they made of? Are they re-usable?

Also, interesting selection of honey. I have never seen a completely white honey before. Intrigued Ang is intrigued!

I might get back to you when next I shop. :)

Do! And we’d love to hear your feedback :)

The boxes really are lovely. They are cardboard, but incredibly sturdy and the lids simply lift on and off, so they could be re-used. I just love the way they look in my kitchen! The tea is then packed inside foil bags to ensure freshness.

My partner is Danish, so we visit quite often. His Danish mother is coming over for tea and cake tomorrow so I plan to wow her with our Ji Hong Men tea – this is really gorgeous and my personal favourite.

Angrboda said

Gosh, that’s funny, because my husband is English. :) I’ve managed to convert his parents away from just plopping a bag in a pot and letting it stay there. It was such a revelation to them to discover that if they took the bag out after the tea had reached their desired strength, the last third of the pot was actually drinkable. :) (That also explained to me why English teabags didn’t have a string attached for easy removal, something which I had been wondering for the longest time)

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Looks neat. Unfortunately with school around the corner I can’t afford to buy tea right now :D but I’ll check you out again when I can :D

Great! You won’t be disappointed :)

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