Thursday, December 3, 2009

Village Tea Company Review and Giveaway

I really love tea! There's something about a nice, hot cup of tea after a long stressful day, that is so relaxing. I love to sit down with a nice cup of tea and watch my favorite television program after a day of dealing with little one and the oldest one. I ran across a company called Village Tea Company that offers some exciting and unique blends of tea. They offers a variety of different teas from organic to caffeine free, they have something for everyone's tastes. I chose two different kinds for review: a Duo Oolong Tea (Ginger Orange Oolong and Ginseng Oolong) and a Simple Earl Grey Tea, which my husband really liked. I tried the Duo Oolong(Ginger Orange)and I really liked how the container has the two flavors separated each in their own muslin bag and that they have little tea bags inside that you can put the loose leaf tea in to make your own tea bag. This was really impressive. What was even more impressive was the flavor of this tea. I love anything orange and this had a great orange flavor without being too strong. The Ginger Oolong was equally delicious and they are both teas that I would drink on a regular basis. I was reading on the Village Tea Company website that you can mix the two teas together, I don't know why I didn't think about doing that, but I bet it would have been a really unique and delicious taste! I have always found myself to be an occasional tea drinker, quite honestly I am more into hot chocolate at this time of the year. Village Tea Company has my vote though on being one of the better and more satisfying teas that I have tried in a long time (besides my previous review of the two leaves and a bud tea). I also love that when you go to their site and check out the flavors and varieties of teas that they have to offer, they have color codes to tell you whether the tea is caffeine free, heart health support, cold and flu fighter, weight management, etc. So if you have a specific need, you know which tea is best for you! How great is that?

Village Tea Company teas are reasonably priced from $9.95-$14.95 and come in nice sized packages where you can get anywhere from 15-45 servings depending on the flavor of tea you select. That's quite a wonderful deal for the amount you get! Each blend comes in 100% recycled and recyclable paper with three cotton muslin bags to share with your friends or family, or just to keep to yourself.

To learn more about Village Tea Company, all the flavors they have to offer and more, head over here:

Village Tea Company is giving one of my very lucky readers a container of tea, your choice of flavor.

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Giveaway will end Friday 12/18 at 7pm EST. Winner will be chosen by and emailed as well as posted here on my blog. Winner will have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen. Special thanks to Ashley for all of her help in sponsoring this giveaway! Open to US residents ONLY! GOOD LUCK!
Disclosure-I received no monetary compensation for this review. I only received free product from Village Tea Company in exchange for my honest opinions. The words expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way.


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