Tea Love: Instilling a Love of Tea, One Sip At A Time

Tea Love is hosting a contest!

If you follow my Facebook page, then you saw that I posted a picture of a mysterious package.   Wanna know what was inside?

A Fun Package Of TEA!

Tea Love will be giving away some of this lovely tea, courtesy of Red Rose and Salada Tea!   You might remember my blog post on Red Rose Tea from January 27th this year.   Well, now Tea Love will be giving away a collection of tea to one lucky winner!   All you need to do is send an email to CAFelegi@aol.com with your name, your address, and your best tea story (500 words maximum), anything you want as long as you write about tea.   The winner will have their story posted on my blog on Sunday, July 14th and will have this shipped to them:

If You Win The Contest, You Will Receive These Lovely Teas

The package will include 1 (one) box each of Salada Raspberry Green Tea Iced Tea, Salada Peach Nectarine Green Tea Iced Tea, Salada Berry Patch Black Tea Iced Tea, and Red Rose Original Tea.   Winners must be located within the U.S. to receive this prize.   Sorry, all international readers!   The blog post with the winner will hold the first name and first initial of the last name only.   Tea Love will not use any information provided outside of the contest.   No purchase necessary.

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My last post before the winner of the contest is announced!!!!   Make sure you submit your work to me at CAFelegi@aol.com!

The final tea is a nice hot cup of Red Rose Tea 🙂

One cute thing about Red Rose Tea is how with every box, there comes a ceramic prize.   I got the nautical theme, which had a diver’s helmet within:

Diver's Helmet From My Red Rose Tea

Diver’s Helmet From My Red Rose Tea

Not going to lie, that was most definitely an adorable perk.   After all, who doesn’t like a little free gift in their box of tea?

The tea box that I received had tea packaged in tea bags, 100 total.   That’s going to be a lot of cups!   The brew is an amber color, a typical black tea.   The smell is not strong either, which is nice.   Sometimes, you’ll get an overbearingly strong tea and that turns off the entire experience.

When I took a sip, I was surprised that this was more of a dry tea.   So, don’t expect to have a wet whistle after taking a few sips.   However, again, keep in mind that does not necessarily mean that it is unpleasant.   It’s like drinking a dry wine.

The taste has a sweet aftertaste, which, with my latest sweet tooth craving, is PERFECT!   It has the bitterness of the black tea with the aftertaste of a fruity herbal.

Overall, I will definitely be brewing a lot more cups of this tea!

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Comments on: "Another Tea Love Review! Red Rose Tea" (7)

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    • CAFelegi said:

      Hm… Unfortunately, I do not think I can stop it on my end but I had a similar problem happen to me. There should be an unsubscribe from comments button in the email. Have you tried clicking that?

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      Thanks for the response and feedback! I normally keep them short and sweet so that it is not overwhelming, but I will keep this in mind for future posts 🙂

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