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  1. #1
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    ...is now available in the New York Tri-State Market.

    Documented as one of the rarest teas in the world.

    58 calories per 16-oz glass bottle and IMHO, the sweetest under 100 calorie drink you will ever taste.

    Numerously reported as having a higher level of cancer-fighting antioxidants than any other tea.

    All natural, brewed, with a hint of steeped ginger---"nothing added/nothing needed"--simplified quality.

    No green-tea-like grassy undertones.

    And, what has been described as a honeysuckle fragrance.

    A Portion of all purchased bottles go to cancer research (a small portion at first because we're just starting. However, wouldn't it be nice...eh, ...I don't want to get carried away. [img]smile.gif[/img]

    We're not fancy with the marketing because we're not trying to subconciously manipulate (read: fancy advertising) anyone. So, we'll just come out with the facts and our tag line: "Rare Tea, Rare Taste, Rare Find." and leave it up to you to decide.

    Thanks to all that have helped out with their words of wisdom and advice.

    Inko
    Ubiquity: Thy name is Inko.

  2. #2
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    Watertown, MA
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    How about some samples for review?
    The BevNET Staff

  3. #3
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    Gulp. Ok, but don't hurt me too much. [img]smile.gif[/img]
    Ubiquity: Thy name is Inko.

  4. #4
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    ON THERE WAY!
    Ubiquity: Thy name is Inko.

  5. #5
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    Jul 2001
    Location
    east lansing, michigan
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    good luck my man. start listing stores that it is available in. i have friends in new jersey and new york that love tea. one imparticular goes to rutgers in new brunswick. i'd try hitting up college areas around you, as that's where people are most likely to buy teas.
    woot woot

  6. #6
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    Apr 2002
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    New York
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    Thanks Mr. Dali Man!

    Here is our current list(keep in mind, we're just, just starting, no DSD yet). Most are in Manhattan. However, we seem to have interest from a few restaurants, of all places, in New Jersey (at bottom of list). As of this note, all have reordered.

    Your college advice is noted and much appreciated.

    Inko

    GOURMET
    All Citarella (and Hamptons Locations in the Spring 2003)
    Grace’s Marketplace----
    Eli’s---
    Fraiche
    Dishes (44th St. and Grand Central)
    Todaro Brothers-Westchester
    Turcos-

    HEALTH
    GNC (Herald Square)-
    GNC (Christopher Street)
    GNC (Port Authority
    Healthy Pleasures (all locations)
    Columbus Natural Foods
    Creative Health Foods
    The Health Nuts
    Park Ave. Irmat Drug and Health
    Westerly Natural Foods
    Life Thyme
    Karen’s on Astor
    Integral Yoga and Natural Foods
    Mrs. Greens (Westchester)

    RESTAURANTS
    Salute (270 Madison Ave)
    Ryland Inn (4 star-Whitehouse NJ)
    Vespa’s (Edgewater)
    America’s (Tenefly)

    ONLINE
    ADAGIO.COM

    SPA
    Spa For Ladies and Men (FLAM)
    Ubiquity: Thy name is Inko.

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