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Mother's Day Special Offer


by Niraj Lama April 30, 2016 0 Comments

Mother's Day

Let the mother in your life know how special she is by giving her some of our fine organic teas complete with a personalized label. Because we love mothers, take 10% off your order with this code "MOTHERSLOVE."

How to place the order:

1. Select the tea you like.

2. During checkout in the "Order Notes" box type the name you want the tea to be called. If you want you may also include a personalized message in the same box. Eg: "I love you mom. Enjoy the tea. - Stacy"  We will type that up in a pretty card and include it in the mail.

4. Kindly limit the text for the label to 16 characters.

That's it! Have fun coming up with the names!

OFFER ENDS 8 MAY 2016. NOT TO BE COMBINED WITH OTHER DISCOUNTS.




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