“Market research time” doesn’t exactly have the same ring to it as “tea time,” does it? But we’re going to be upfront about this: We want to know some things about you, like how you decide which tea to drink, and how often you drink it. Yes, there is a chance for a prize: if you take this survey, we'll randomly choose one winner for a $50 gift certificate to our online store.
And we’ve got a theme! This very short survey is all about buying a box of tea that you consider quite British (because it’s a company based in the U.K.) and therefore, quite proper. Maybe you’re familiar with these boxes of tea, because they’re very popular. They’re sold under labels like PG Tips from the Unilever company, or Twinings. In other words, they’re very easy to find in the Colonies, if you will.
We’re interested to find out if you’re buying teas like these, why and when you drink them. The more we find out about the tea drinking habits of our fans, the more we are able to provide you with the kind of tea you want. Since we're working on a new line of tea, the information you give us will help out tremendously! We’ll be happy to share our results of this survey with you in the coming weeks, once we get a good amount of responses.
We may be a bunch of Yanks, and so are most of you, but we love a proper cuppa’ (not to mention using fancy spellings for words like “colour” and “flavour”).
So please, while we’d love you to comment here at the end of this blog about British bags of tea, consider taking our survey instead! Here’s a handy link; it won’t take long at all. Survey closes Friday, February 24. Thanks much, and cheers!
Kathy WolfFebruary 3, 2012 at 1:03 pm
Love the Jasmine Petal Tea- I have at least two cups a day.
toyia k. bucknerFebruary 21, 2012 at 11:59 am
I tried a sampler of two leaves and a bud after seeing theme on a clearance table & have been hooked ever since. My fans are the pomi berry, whit peony & the jasmine, although not limited to those. When I can I will try new flavors. I have a very delicate stomach and sometimes I exist on tea in all varieties and flavors. Tea calms not only my stomach but my nerves.