Priceless Heavenly Tea
Many people have been guessing about the nature of my profession and here is some insight. I work for a bunch of young bosses who are always venturing into new opportunities with good starts but no follow ups. They have Chinaman strategies and smoke heavily inside the office & meeting rooms daily besides swearing vulgarisms each day instead of doing holy chanting.
They try to dabble with everything under the sun as long as they felt that Goose could lay Golden Eggs! Their hopeful gooses are plantations, property development, outdoor advertising and now beverage exports. My main responsibility is to offer consultancy services to the property developers for their outdoor advertising needs. I have to sweet talk them besides haggling big prices and arm twisting till getting bruised by me. The clients should love me as I will often entertain them with torrid grandmother stories and the worst gossips under the sun thus making them to drop jaws.
I also have a boss who is a politician and I have to carry his stinky balls whenever he visits our KL office. He has big dreams and big connections overseas but remains relatively low profile. It has been months that I have been preparing to get his coffee and green tea to fulfill his market orders in China.
I was astonished to see his accomplishment to lay his hands on the world's oldest green tea trees that are only found in the mountains of Laos. The trees are well over 1000 years old and are fully protected under the watchful eyes of the military troops. He found a niche market for the elite tea drinkers in China who would pay any price for the most unique or finest graded green tea leaves. The above sample boxes contain just 5 sachets each and would probably be tagged at US$25 each. The elite drinkers in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xiamen and others swore that it was like a heavenly nectar. Sadly it will not be available in our country as the yearly harvests are so minimal making it so priceless.