A Penny for Your Thoughts… Actually, Free Tea Samples!

Is there a tea you’re just dying to try, but you’re hesitant to actually fork over your hard-earned cash for a sample? Well, have we got a deal for you!  Be one of the first 10 people to leave a comment on any of the 100+ posts on our blog, and add a FREE TEA SAMPLE to your next order by August 31st!  You’re welcome to say whatever you like, of course, but we’d particularly love to hear what you thought of the post in question, or your personal perspective on its topic.

So why, exactly, are we doing this?  Three reasons: (1) We’re adding more and more fun stuff to the blog these days, and we want you to explore it!  (2) We really want to know what you think: about our blog, or the tea world in general; and, (3) We want you to try our teas!  We’re pretty sure that one of our nearly 100 organic loose teas is just waiting to become your new favorite!

On to the rules.  Yes, there are rules, but they’re fairly simple – here goes:

  1. You must be one of the first ten (10) people to comment on any given post to qualify;
  2. To claim your free tea sample, just leave us a note in your next order telling us which post you commented on, and what tea sample you’d like us to include;
  3. You must claim your free sample within seven (7) days of commenting. Comments made prior to August 7, 2011, do not qualify;
  4. Limit one (1) free sample per order.

We hope you enjoy exploring the Arbor Teas blog, SustainabiliTEA, and that you find a new favorite tea in the process!

August 07 2010 07:34 pm | Tea Fun

11 Responses to “A Penny for Your Thoughts… Actually, Free Tea Samples!”

  1. Stepehen Aiena on 08 Aug 2010 at 11:11 pm #

    Your message arrived just in time. I was thing earlier today that I need to order some more of your tea, and your message reminded me to do so.

  2. Lu on 08 Aug 2010 at 11:44 pm #

    Am I the 1st one commenting? I’d love to try the samples. I wonder how many different samples I’d get to sample by entering multiple times or if I’d be able to choose one out of 100 samples.

    Anyhow, thanx. :)

  3. Mihaela on 09 Aug 2010 at 12:10 am #

    I love the organic green tea, specially the flavored one. I just got my order yesterday, and I had the cherry flavor for the first time: yummy!

  4. Holly on 09 Aug 2010 at 6:11 am #

    I would love some free samples!
    and I love this idea!

    I am addicted to your fair trade berry tea – I love it!

  5. Karla Fischer on 09 Aug 2010 at 10:18 am #

    My favorite tea is the coconut tea– it’s very vanilla-y with a hint of coconut. I will drink other tea after I’m out of that, but I always find myself going back to that.

    I’m off to order some more tea. I’d definitely like a sample of something black tea and fruity.

    Karla

  6. alyssa on 09 Aug 2010 at 12:45 pm #

    Oh I am so bummed that I’m the 6th :( oh well.

  7. Maryann kelly on 09 Aug 2010 at 2:15 pm #

    I love your coconut tea. It is better than coffee which I have been trying quit drinking for some time. The loose leaf black coconut did the trick. Thank you!

  8. Nikki on 10 Aug 2010 at 11:13 pm #

    I have a virtual sticky note on my desktop saying I should order some tea from you, specifically a first flush Darjeeling, due to its dry finish mimicking white wine. I think that is what I will get a sample of. :)

  9. Phyllis Chaplik on 13 Aug 2010 at 5:29 am #

    I love buying from Arbor Teas…great service, delicious loose teas. I would order right now but am waiting for you to let me know that you have restocked your supply of Mao Jian Green Tea. Any Green tea sample will be wonderful…I love them all.

  10. Amy on 13 Sep 2010 at 9:58 am #

    The 10th person – Woo hoo! :)
    I’m still a bit bummed that the green tea chai is discontinued. I’ll probably sample another green tea variety in search of a replacement… Maybe I’ll try Phyllis’s recommendation for the Mao Jian green tea when it is back…

  11. Donna B. on 19 Jan 2011 at 8:53 pm #

    I am the first born generation in the US. My family is from Scotland. We traditionally use sugar and milk with our (black) tea. The brand that we for 3 generations before, and 3 generations after, have begun putting orange juice, brocoli, and cranberry juice in our tea, a fact that they are so proud of, they are putting not on the top of the box, but on the bottom!

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