RUSH: Ocean County, New Jersey, as we head pack to the phones. Hi, Faye. Great to have you. Hello.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. Oh, gosh. Okay. Sorry, I’m a little nervous. First of all, congratulations on the book. I can’t wait to get mine. I should be getting it from my library next week. Second of all, I wanted to complain. The last few months, we play Scrabble every weekend with my husband, and usually I would either win or be even with him. The last — oh, and we have popcorn and iced tea. And the last few weeks we ran out of the blueberry tea, which is mine, and since my husband has been creaming me every week now I tried ordering more. Your website doesn’t have any more blueberry tea, and he’s just becoming too much and I’m really annoyed that there’s no more blueberry tea.
RUSH: But there will be. We’re bringing it back as a winter flavor.
CALLER: Ah, okay.
RUSH: Can you keep looking? I mean, we’re in the process. We’re kind of like Apple. I mean, we’re —
CALLER: Not Obamacare?
RUSH: (laughing) No. No. No, no, no.
CALLER: All right.
RUSH: We’re in the bottling process year ’round and trying to meet demand with supply. But we’re bringing the blueberry flavor back as a winter flavor because you know it is really good hot.
CALLER: Yeah, I like it.
RUSH: The blueberry tea… When you unscrew a bottle of blueberry tea, the aroma you get, you think it’s blueberry muffin batter. I mean, it is so good.
RUSH: So I’m glad you enjoy it. I’m happy to be able to tell you that it’s coming back. Keep consulting TwoIfByTea.com.
CALLER: Okay, good. Thank you.
RUSH: You are more than welcome. I’m happy to be of service here. Thanks very much, Faye.