Found a new tea website!
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I don't think they deliver outside the UK, but it's still an interesting site ...
They're one of my two or three favourite suppliers.
They give a last order date for delivery by Christmas to 'North America' and another for 'rest of the world', so ...
There are one or two other sites that give superior (and more expensive) examples of individual teas but for sheer variety and for exploring what's out there I don't think they can be beaten. I've especially enjoyed their 'Sample Collections' - I've learned a lot by drinking those.
I loved Roy Fong's Imperial Tea Court in San Francisco's Chinatown, now gone. But there's still a location in the City at the Ferry Building and one in Berkeley which I haven't visited yet. This as introduction to his beautiful website https://www.imperialtea.com for all teas Chinese to buy or to just read about.
I usually order from www.twoleavesandabud.com. Tamayokucha, an estate tea from Japan, is my favourite green tea.
Thank's. These look interesting. I think I'll be ordering something from nbtea within the next week.
Most of my tea comes from Tea Tree Tea in Edinburgh, which is a wonderful little café, and tea supplier. They also have a website that does deliveries: http://www.teatreetea.com/ Don't know if they ship overseas though.
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