Mid-Autumn Festival & National Day Shipping Break | white2tea Blog blog

September 27, 2020 1 min read

This year the mid-autumn festival and National Day holiday fall on the same week. That means the postal workers of China will be on a well deserved break starting tomorrow until October 9th. We will ship as many orders as we can up until the last minute, but the earlier the order arrives the better. If you are in need of a few teas and want your teas shipped before the break, order now!

We are sending this e-mail direct from the mountains, as we are busy processing new teas and trying to avoid the rain. Here's to a wonderful autumn season, stay safe everyone.
white2tea co.
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