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St Patrick's Day Green Tea Sale


by Niraj Lama March 12, 2019 0 Comments

St Patrick's Day Sale

In India you know spring has arrived when holi, the festival of colors, sweeps you up in its polychromous saturnalia. In the US, holi's equivalent seems to be St Patrick's Day. We are now ready to shed our Jon Snow winter coats, don our green hats and prance in the spring sun. We at Happy Earth Tea always like to sip harder on our green teas this week, read some Yeats, rock to U2, and down a pint or two of Guinness. You see missus is a proud Irish. And I am proud of her and her heritage.
So join in the revelry with some really strong green tea which you can have all this week at 15% off! Offer valid both online and at Leaf Tea Bar. And there is no need for coupons! Offer ends March 18. Please don't use existing coupons when availing of this discount.
And for those of you who reside in Rochester. We got some shenanigans planned for Friday, March 15 evening at the tea bar. We intend to capture a leprechaun and have it make us some good Irish tea! Be there!




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