We're on FaceBook!

That's right, we're keeping up with the ages!  Sooo...  what does this mean?

We are implementing some exciting new features through our FaceBook page.  First,  we will have live discussions with our customers and fans about an array of tea related topics.  Currently, in response to my most recent blog (MmmmMaté!) we are discussing "Your Favorite Tea".  Join us in this chat, or start your own!  This discussion room is an excellent opportunity for us to talk intimately with each of you, to answer your questions and receive your feedback!

Keep up to date on our upcoming events.  We will keep an updated list of all trade shows, charity events, and tastings in our future, and look forward to seeing you all there!

Get in contact with our customer base, whether it be the local restaurants and coffee shops serving Maya Tea in your area, or other fans of our tea who enjoy it from home.  Find out where you can sip our tea locally!

Enjoy our photo collection, soon to be rapidly expanding.  We will be including photos of our teas, our blending facilities, our wonderful staff, our events, and our projects.  Get to know us a little better!

It has been more than a pleasure writing to you all for the past few months, sharing a bit about our history, our products, and our preferences.  You can look forward to many more blogs, and I can't wait to hear back from some of you!  I am thoroughly anticipating opening our line of communication even further.

Join us on FaceBook!



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