Tea storm Chasers, the tea industry’s “Tea Storm Chasers” tea farmer, has made a splash on the tea scene after a viral video featuring him talking about the plight of tea farmers went viral.
In the video, Chasers was quoted saying, “I don’t think I can be an activist or a tea farm owner.
I think I’m an agricultural entrepreneur.”
He added, “It’s not about the tea.
I can’t be the tea farmer.
I’m just an agricultural person, and I think we should be in the tea business.”
In an interview with Breitbart News, Chaser explained why he’s decided to stand up for tea farmers and other tea consumers.
“We are the ones who are buying tea in the United States.
And they’re the ones that are suffering the most,” he said.
“The tea industry is in the forefront of this fight.
They’re suffering the biggest.
I feel like I’m in the middle of it.”
Chasers said he has spent “tens of thousands of dollars” to grow tea for himself, his wife, and his kids.
The family started selling tea at the Tea Storm Chaser’s Farmers Market and has been featured on the Food Network’s “Food Truck” show.
Chasers, who says he’s “not an activist,” is the owner of the Teasicle Shop in Los Angeles, a full-service tea store that sells tea from all over the world.
He also runs his own business, The Tea Storm Shop, which sells tea, and has created several videos on YouTube.
We have no intention of hurting anyone.
We have no plans to sell any tea.
We’re not activists.
We are farmers and tea producers.
We want to do it right.
We’re here to make tea for ourselves and our family, and that’s what we do.
We don’t want to harm anyone.
Chasers is the only tea farmer on the market who is part of the TeaStorm Chasers Farmers Market.
On Wednesday, Tea Storm announced it would be moving from the “Tea Rainforest” to the “Mountain of Tea” next year.
This is not the first time the tea company has been embroiled in controversy.
As a tea grower, Chasers had to file a lawsuit against the Tea Rainforest in 2014 over the use of its teapot as a compost bin.
Tea RainForest, a partnership between the National Tea Federation and the Tea Industry Association of America, was founded in 2010 by Chasers to fight the expansion of a proposed $1 billion “Tea Sanctuary” in the Rainforest.
Chasers was a founding member of Tea Storm’s Farmers Markets and a member of the tea farmers association.
He was a member in 2014 of Tea RainForest’s Tea Storm Advisory Board, a group of tea growers who discussed strategies for increasing the tea market in the region.