If you're a regular Camellia Sinensis reader you've no doubt noticed some changes to the blog and possibly a few intermittent glitches. These are related to a major redesign of the ImperialTea.com web site, due to launch in the next week or so. Among other improvements, we'll be integrating the blog into the main site. Until the official relaunch you may notice occasional strange looks or odd behavior. Thanks in advance for your patience. The new site will help us provide more information and serve you better, and we're eager to unveil it as soon as possible! In the meantime, if you have questions or need assistance, don't hesitate to contact us.
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