Thursday, September 24, 2009

Russian Tea

A couple drove more than 100 miles from San Diego county all the way to Palos Verdes for some tea. They found out about Tea Habitat through a Russian news paper, not the LA Times. I was stunned to find out the LA Times article was translated and republished in a Russian news paper.

Thanks to NL for sending the news paper to me! I have no words to describe my surprise and excitement. :D


Maitre_Tea said...

wow, this just goes to show how tea can transcend language/culture...its amazing enough that Chinese tea is reaching the English speaking world,but now it's gone from English to Russian!

Soon you'll have people flying (both literally and figuratively) to your store...make sure keep some of the best stuff for the ones who were here first, okay!

*I jest, I jest*

Imen said...

Maitre Tea,

The world goes around and around, eh? :)

I am sure there will be enough great DCs for you and others in LA, and then some for the rest of the world. :D

Anonymous said...

Wow. That's just like on the Internet where you might be flattered that someone republishes your material to spread it around. It shows the power of that major publicity--the LA Times has a lot of clout in the media. --Teaternity