Thursday, October 23, 2008

Tea Interview with the Travel Channel

Last weekend's WorldFest08 celebration in Santa Barbara started slow, but ended strong with a full parking lot and an amazing assortment of talent and cuisine from around the world.

Specialty food included Hawaiian Teriyaki chicken and Kalhua pork, Ethiopian specialty foods, Mexican roasted chicken tacos, Chinese traditionals and other handmade treats.

Entertainment included Flamenco, Hawaiian and Belly dancers and lots of singing and bands, climaxing with the big brass sound of the Anthony Prieto band.

Dragon Pearl Tea made a presence with our 5-headed dragon tray, carved from a single piece of wood, and Tea Master Hong serving fresh green, white and oolong tea.

Here Samantha from the Travel Channel interviews co-founder Judah. He explains the different colors of tea.

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Friday, October 10, 2008

Dragon Pearl TV Ads

We get a lot of comments about our ads. We like to do "travelog"-style ads that give viewers information about tea they didn't have before.

Here's an example of a 30-second "infomercial" currently running in the LA area to promote our tea for the 150 stores or so that carry Dragon Pearl Tea. We're running on some the most popular shows and stations, like Travel Channel, Food Network, SciFi, USA, History Channel, Discovery, A&E, and CNN.

This ad explains that white, green, oolong and black teas all come from the same plant.

Tea Master Hong to Serve Tea at World Fest

Tea Master Hong will be serving up our organic green, white, oolong and black teas next weekend, gongfu cha style.

Bands will play all day Saturday and Sunday during World Fest 08. Learn more at the WorldFest website.