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Default Father Nature's Spice Tea in Danville, CA

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On Thursday, December 25, 2014 at 12:24:03 AM UTC+5:30, Lisapie wrote:
mason5961 wrote:



For the last four years I purchased the best loose orange spice tea
ever at a small gift shop named Father Nature's Shed in Danville, CA.
As luck would have it, the gift shop went out of business. However, the
restaurant next to the gift shop was, for awhile, selling the same
loose tea. Now, they are no longer willing to sell it unless you sit
down and order a cup with your meal.

I asked the restaurant manager for the name of the vendor/supplier of
this great tea and he would not give me the name! He gave me the name
&
telephone number of the former gift shop owner. I called him and he
would not identify the supplier of this great tea!

Does anyone out there in the East Bay know where I can buy this great
tea and/or who the supplier is that I can contact?

Thanks,
Jeff

Hi Jeff,
Danville Spiced Tea has a Facebook page . It gives you a link yo where you
can order online or a number
for phone orders. I have not tried it yet. Hope that helps.
Lisa

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