i was feeling really blotso, so I had a cup of Calypso.
my being awoke, then my mouth, it spoke:
saved again from life's fiasco....
roller canary said:February 18, 2013 10:33 am PST
Your FAQ's are very informative. I was wondering if white tea has as much caffeine as black tea. Immeiately I knew that if anyone would know the answer it would be DaCha Teas. And sure enough I found my answer in your FAQ's. I particularly love your Phoenix Oolong, and have switched to the GenMai Cha during this spring purification cycle...what a beautiful, refreshing tea this is.
Your site is so pleasing to the eye, and also very informative. Maybe you'll consider doing a blog sometime.... Thank you for your beautiful teas.
melissa adams said:December 4, 2012 10:31 am PST
awesome tea!! i love it!!! they make beautiful gifts for my favorite friends and family members. thank you DA CHA for making my Holiday shopping easy.
pamela Bennett said:December 3, 2012 4:33 pm PST
I'm enjoying the Rooibos Chai right now...THANKS
Joanne Cyr said:August 7, 2012 5:53 pm PST
I love your teas. Some of the best I've ever had!
Moira Hahn said:July 31, 2012 5:46 pm PST
Thanks for the ultra fast delivery!
Ted said:May 7, 2012 9:21 am PST
Ted Progler Agreed! Not only is the black tea an organic world class tea which has rich roundness and fullness of flavor, but also your blend of peach comes through with an aromatic that fills my room with "peach delight". Then tasting the peach black tea blend is massive pleasure, my favorite. The peach blend has always been my favorite, and Da Cha After Moon Peaches is the best I have ever tasted. It deserves to be voted by their customers as the best blended black tea. Well done as always !!!
Ainee Beland said:March 17, 2012 1:58 pm PST
Your site is lovely and the Chai teas looks wonderful. I can't always purchase right away but I hope to do so and make a review on Steepster.com since I am a reviewer there from time to time. I like tea so I subject my opinion of likes and dislikes. I tend to like all teas simply made.
Thank you for sharing.
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