You make the best tea I've ever tasted. It is way better than Dilmah. That stuff is so plain. Ever since I went to Queensland for a holiday a few weeks ago I have had a cup of your scrumptious brew before bedtime every evening. "Mmmm, it's kind of creamy" we all say. It was fate and a big sign that brought us together one afternoon several weekends ago, and it is an attachment which I would like to see forge ahead strongly into the future. Am I able to be provided for with an ongoing supply please?
When I visited your tea farm I drove up your driveway looking for a stall from which I could buy some produce but there was just an old tractor in a wonky shed. Not wanting to leave empty handed I pinched a leaf from one of your plants as a souvenir. I'm sorry. Please don't let this terrible thievery spoil our relationship. I have kept the leaf and it is drying out in the cupboard. I hope to make it into spare tea one day if I ever run out. Lately, it has become a great talking point whenever I have guests. I get it out of the cupboard and tell my audience about where I got it and what great tea it is. They all want to try it too. You are becoming quite famous and very well respected in my hometown. You deserve it and so do all your workers. Please make sure everyone on the tea manufacturing production process is thanked and given a pay rise for being so delicious.
Please also pass on my thanks to the ladies who work at the Ice Cream shop up the road (if you are acquainted). It was from them I bought a large box of your teabags and two smaller boxes of your teabags. Also the Ice cream was nice because it was a hot day without air conditioning.
Many thanks, and once again, more tea would be great.