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Joy
Thursday, December 21, 2006, 6:58pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Isa,

I picked up the package before I went to work yesterday just to make sure I wouldn't have to wait another day.  Of course, I tried the combo of teas last night and they were great!!!!!!  I'm going to add a little lemon juice in the mix tonight.

Thank you ever so much.  And, what a *Treat* to find real swiss chocolate!!!!!!!!!

Your gift just added to the festivities of the season.  

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Sweet, Sweet Isa!

What a wonderfully fragrant treat came in the mail for me this mornng!  

The inside of my mailbox smelled delicious when I opened the door to it!  I can't tell you how wonderful it felt to receive such a thoughtfully planned package---and all the way from Switzerland!!

I shall treasure your kindness always, and long after the tea and chocolate treat is gone, I shall have little "Mr. Moose" to remind me of it.  

Love,

Myra.



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Tuesday, December 26, 2006, 9:53pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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My fragrant smelling box of tea and chocolate arrived in today's mail.  I will get some ginger and lemon when I go to town, and then brew up a pot.  We're expecting a cold wave so it came just at the right time.  Thanks so much, Isa
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Wednesday, December 27, 2006, 9:54am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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ya welocme
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Isa- Thank you so much for the wonderful teas and the citrus candies-All Delicious- Tried your recipe and it was truly scrumptious.  I will enjoy these for months to come.  Thanks! Linda
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ya welcome too and all the best for 07
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Dear Isa,
Thank you so much for the tea and Swiss chocolates...I'm in awe of your generosity and thoughtfulness.

What a wonderful gift you sent me! I made the recipe and it was delicious, plus I'm enjoying each flavor on its own, too - very soothing and a nice break from all the green tea I've been drinking this winter.




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wow then  even the swisspost was quick huh ...oups sorry for a nonnie and chocs didn't realized it...but isn't that not nice to watch em ...........oo jeminei...thats me
all the best to you too and must be honest I am drinking liters of this bloody liquid daily, it's soooo
amazing how you might change the taste of this tea...wow...just great and then with this warming
ginger in ..soooo yummmiiiie and then the citron gives just ..the pfiff;D to its perfection


                                                   
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Well, I need a little bit of translation if someone can help a sista out.

1. †What are "fruitshelves"? †I'm picturing bookshelves made of citrus peels that smell wonderful but don't last long *lol*!

2. †What are "alpesherbers"? † I am not even going to attempt a guess at that one.

Thanks in advance for any shard of light anyone can cast my way!


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wanting to try the tea, but needing to understand what the ingredients are, OUT!
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1) my danish/ Isa translation would be
fruit/ citrus peels

alpesherbes = Herbs from the Alps.

The tea was really yummi both the fruity ones and the ones with herbs


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Quoted from Henriette_Bsec
1) my danish/ Isa translation would be
fruit/ citrus peels

alpesherbes = Herbs from the Alps.

The tea was really yummi both the fruity ones and the ones with herbs

Aaah, okay, I thought the fruitshelves might be citrus "zest" or the entire peel.  And yes, I think you are probably correct about herbs from the Alps!

Next Q:  how big or small are these "bags" we are speaking of?

I think that is my last Q, too, you'll be glad to note!



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Peppy Twist...don't ask...give me your address and I am going to send ya some .....so you can be convinced by their lovely taste....ahem an  0- nonnie...ok for you perhaps another taste than strawberry ...hmmm only the taste is in as a natural flower....but I think that as a tea it should fit as well; I knew from my roostersis that she'd might react but I am not sure if you'd do so ......as well.....
le me know please

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ooooh if I'd have known that earlier we would have all done that for your birthdaypresent ..... noooo
address right now .....no teas to be send .........
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Isa...I had no problems with the tea that I can remember.  Of course, I spaced them out so they would last longer.  And I am with the rest with the lemon/thyme tea.  It is great on its own.

Debra


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sweetest roostersis...do you want to tell me .... send..... some   moooorrre....... ......I asked Migros if they won't do the shipment overseas, I think if we get enough of people here, so I can give a second try to do so, perhaps have we to share  an abonnement...........

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I also would like a second shipment, it was sooo  good, if you want to.
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sweetest roostersis...do you want to tell me .... send..... some † moooorrre....... ......I asked Migros if they won't do the shipment overseas, I think if we get enough of people here, so I can give a second try to do so, perhaps have we to share †an abonnement...........



 

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Can I order these teas online? Y'all seem to be raving about 'em! Can you please direct me as to where I can purchase them? Thanks!

BTW, I've long given up on green tea, makes me too jittery.
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diffy I am soo sorry for you, I tried last year to make em move for shipments round the world (Migros)
here in Switzerland......but they told me that they don't have enough of customers, so they just let it be .....but what I can do is just to send em to you...but here I do need your address and then I can do that in the next few days

geminisue...I am sorry... may I ask you also for a second time your address I do have it here but don't ask me where ....I am a chaotic one in office work ....I know ....


and roostersis,,,,tell me what do you want exactly......all or only the lemon-thyme tea.....
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Isa, maybe you have a business here....order bulk herbs and mix, send out in packages....charge money...
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Isa, maybe you have a business here....order bulk herbs and mix, send out in packages....charge money...


She has a great idea here roostersis.  

Yes, just lemon/thyme would be good actually.  That one is my favourite.  Oh...wait...and maybe one of mountain tea.  

Debra



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I'll pm my address to you. What exactly are you gonna be sending? All them goodies these folks here are raving about?

I don't have a checking account so I'll send a money order. So excited! Can't wait!
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yep diffy, they are that yummy

ok roostersis, I am going to buy some of the mountain tea and will add some of the yellow-one called lemon-thyme ......this is my favest also ....
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