Dear Cwyn of Death by Tea:
We are writing to express our concern regarding depictions of the Taetea logo presented in your blog. Specifically, in a recent post our logo appeared in an image of Pu’er tea beengcha in the shape of Olympic rings, next to a beengcha that depicts an obvious female breast. We have also noted that last year you posted an image of the Taetea logo on the ass end of a cow. Upon investigating further, we found an inaccurate image claiming that the Xiaguan Tea Company is changing their logo from a crane to a large pelican.
As an award-nominated blog, we feel that the images you are showing with our logo create an erroneous impression of Pu’er tea that is misleading to readers. We see that your blog features no postings of any Taetea products to support the images. Because of this, we want to point out that serious information is missing, specifically regarding the proven benefits of Pu’er tea. You can find this information on our website taetea.net in an article called “Taste the Nourishment.” We also want to assure your readers that no cows or female breasts are used in any of the Pu’er products we sell.
“It’s the life in Pu’er that makes it so special.”
Pu’er tea helps prevent heart disease by reducing blood pressure, improving circulation and reducing high-density cholesterol.
Pu’er tea detoxifies and improves liver function, especially after alcohol consumption.
Pu’er tea inhibits the formation and growth of cancerous cells.
Pu’er tea aids digestion, settles the stomach, and improves intestinal function, so prevents digestive complaints and bowel disorders.
It’s the Ancient arbor big-leaf and the unique aging and fermentation process that makes Pu’er the healthiest of teas – give Pu’er its long list of benefits.
*Research on Pu’er Tea by Dr. Emily Caroby of Paris St. Antonio Medical Institute, French State Health Medicine Research Institute and Assails Nutrition Physiology Research Institute, among others.
Please compare the research information in the above fictional letter with taetea.net/en/health. Then cross-check bestpuertea.blogspot.com and make up your own mind. And if you can find Dr. Emily Caroby, let me know.