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February 18, 2022 1 min read

Spring Festival has ushered us into a new lunar year and that means it's time to update the prices of our teas. We try to keep our prices stable throughout the year with a once yearly update to reflect age and market changes. We also try to offer a heads up before we change prices whenever possible and this is the last weekend before the change.

These price increases will mainly affect teas from 2020 and earlier. The good news is that you still have this weekend to pick up your old favorites before we change prices on Feb 21st at midnight PST.
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