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Jul 9, 2000 08:44 PM

Imported Teas

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Where can I get more of the imported teas; Darjeeling Risheehat, Gunpowder Imperial, Earl Grey. I picked some up in Indiana, but I live in Fla. and I really liked your little tins and the teas inside. Dean & DeLuca are on the label. Thanks! Sharon

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    Leslie Brenner

    I've been buying a lot of teas on line, and have tested out quite a number of sites. I highly recommend uptonteas.com, inpursuitoftea.com, and plymouth.com. They all offer top-quality teas at good prices, with reliable, timely shipping, and good packaging.

    Leaves.com and specialteas.com are also very good. Hope that helps.

    1. I highly recommend Simpson & Vail for mail order teas. http://svtea.com/svteahtml/svtea.cfm

      In searching for their website, I also found a place with what seems to me to be a pretty definitive set of links to all things tea-related. The link is below.

      Happy drinking!

      Link: http://hjem.get2net.dk/bnielsen/teaur...

      1. There is a fabulous place in Washington, D.C. called Teaism -- three restaurants serving breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as a retail store that sells everything related to tea. They have over 40 different loose-leaf teas from all over the world. The best tea I have ever tasted! They have a website (Teaism.com) and mail order. So give them a try.

        1. on line try tealux.com or uptontea.com you can call upton at 1.800.234.8327