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March 31, 2009


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Those do look interesting Kathleen, I've never seen them before.


Kathleen I haven't had one myself yet (I really want to try them too !) but I have seen them unfurl on TV and they look awesome ! I'm not sure what flavor the tea has but I would be so fascinated watching the bloom , I don't think I would care ? LOL

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Kathleen, I've seen these in a catalog somewhere. They looked quite interesting. Perhaps your neighbor would allow you to take a photo when she uses one?? You can give us your impression when she does. I'm a little leery...


What a great idea for a gift, Kathleen! My husband had a cup of 'blooming tea' at a friend's dinner party, while the rest of us had coffee. He said it was good. I think it was jasmine flavored. We all watched it 'bloom' and found it fascinating :)


What a sweet gesture. I know she enjoyed her lunch with you as much as you did. I have never seen these but they look very interesting. What a wonderful unique gift for a tea lover or anyone for that matter.


I've seen them in stores, but haven't tried them myself.


I've never seen them. It's so cute, I'd buy it for that reason alone! Jasmine tea is delicious!


I've never seen these but it sounds nice. Just the tea would be a great gift but the blooms are a pretty bonus.

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