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The Dragon Tea Company

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by Brian Sherlock (subscribe)
I want to write bloated fiction and travel the world where I wish to write bloated fiction.
Published February 12th 2015
'The Tea Dragon Is In'

The age of vicious jetlag and 'people headaches' is now, so many of us find ourselves needing a good cuppa to unwind. Having said that, this post should prove beneficial to all but it'll mean a bit extra to any in Bendigo who might have a weekend market habit.

The Dragon Tea Company, which is what we're all sussing out right now, was established because the good terminators over at T2 overlooked some promising territory north of Melbourne. It took only one lover of good tea to think, 'Hey, I could do something about that', which then set plenty of wheels in motion.

What followed was a website promoting and selling loose-leaf tea, a more than expected Facebook page and finally a few 'by invitation only' pop-up stalls. The rest is history, with world domination possibly on the books also.

For those preferring the better desired face to face experience, upcoming stalls will be appearing through out the Bendigo area; the website will have additional information. It's at these stalls where you'll be able to take in the scent of individual products as well as tasting a few straight out of the pot. You might even get a lollipop with your purchase.

Being a customer and wanting to post some reviews with a splash of variety, I felt that this was a good option to run with. This business is still taking flight but there are a lot of positives worthy of note floating around in the cup. You will discover great courtesy, professionalism and a wide range of products to choose from, including accessories. The Dragon Tea Company has varieties on offer from both Australia and the world so there should be something for everyone.

As for my good self, I'm a fan of green tea so I'd like to recommend the 'China Sencha'; it helps me out with any blocked nose I should wind up with. Others I'm also happy to throw out there include 'Strawberries and Cream', which has some very pronounced flavours, as well as 'Snooze' which can put sleepless nights to rest.

Without a doubt it's something to consider. Whether you're in the neighbourhood at the right time or enjoy shopping online for nice things, give the dragon a shot.
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