Saturday, March 21, 2009

Sweet memories and more!

Hopefully everyone will be enjoying some warmer weather now that spring is
officially here.
We've been busy adding many new products, as well as putting many items on sale
for some great spring savings.
We've also added a new promotional program that we will be running for the next
few months. It's "Star Savings" & will be held one week out of every month. If
the star is found in our store, then customers will receive 15% off of their
entire order.
We will be adding many more products over the next few months geared toward
corporate/business promotional items, so stay tuned for that! You can always go
to our store & click on the "what's new" link to find out the latest products in
our store. Our blog is also a great place to find product updates.
Don't forget about Teacher Appreciation Week, which is the 1st full week in May.

Have a wonderful weekend!

This was posted on my yahoo group. I have many more specials too. Here is one
from Teaporia!

It may surprise you to learn that the people of Ireland drink more tea per
capita than any other population on Earth. In fact your average Irish citizen
drinks about 6 cups per day. The cups they drink are so strong that you could
almost stand a spoon upright in them. Indeed, the Irish prefer what some might
call a sturdy cup of tea.

So for the month of March, in honor of St. Patrick's Day, we are offering 25%
off all our IRISH BREAKFAST Teas! They include....

The Assam component of this Irish blend gives the cup a strong, deep malty
character with heavy layers of astringency that dry the mouth, feeling almost as
if you could chew the tea. The Kenyan teas provide a bright coppery colour with
profound floral notes that add a complex depth to the cup. As with most teas,
the longer you brew this tea the stronger it becomes. If you're Irish, you'll
let this tea brew a good long time!

All the traditions of Irish tea and then some. Creamy caramel highlights dot a
wickedly full bodied tea. Milk accentuates the golden cup.

Decaffeinated in the green leaf stage and then processed normally giving a malty
tea taste with gold highlights. Our finest tasting decaf tea!

Full bodied with the "umpf" of black tea but the gentleness of green tea.
Enticing toasty hints of flavour. Massively Irish!

Thanks for reading!


If you have questions please ask me. I can answer and if I don't know the
answer, I will find it out. Tea has less caffeine then coffee or soda! We have
alot of great ideas and favors at sweet memories too! Please check them both
out. They are also free businesses to join.

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