Monday, January 16, 2012

Good Earth Tea giveaway

What took me so long to discover Good Earth Tea?  This company was one of the first herbal tea companies in America in the 1970’s.


They have over 25 different blends of tea, including the Original Sweet & Spicy tea that I sampled.  This blend is now another of my favorites, and compares well with Hot Cinnamon Spice by Harney & Sons. 


Good Earth Tea contains no sugar, artificial colors or preservatives and no MSG or soy.  This Sweet & Spicy tea was a real treat and I think it will be helpful to curb dessert cravings.  The cinnamon and orange taste was great and the other ingredients added subtle nuances of flavor to the blend.

P1163730The tea is grown in areas that include China, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and others.  It was nice to read that the teabags are unbleached and the Good Earth factory is 75% solar powered.

P1163731I was pleased to see that this tea is sold on Amazon and is also available in many large grocery store chains.  You can check their website for a store location near you. 

Since I received two boxes of Original Sweet and Spicy tea to sample, I’m going to give a box away to one of my readers.  Just let me know that you’d like to enter the giveaway by Saturday, January 21 at 6 pm.

So I must rise at early dawn, as busy as can be,

To get my daily labor done, and pluck the leafy tea.

- Le Yih, 1644  


Antiques And Teacups said...

I love Good Eart tea. I'd heard they had changed the packaging, but your photo id the first I've seen of the new package. Much prettier!

Ginger said...

I've seen this tea in the grocery store before but never tried it. I would love to win.

ginger c at gmail dot com

Joy said...

That sounds wonderful! I will look for it in the stores, but please enter me in the giveaway, too. I was sipping a cup of Twinings Christmas tea this morning and wishing I'd bought 4 or 5 boxes when I saw it, rather than the one I bought. I always love things with cinnamon and spices! Thank you.

joyb414 at hotmail dot com

Angela McRae said...

Oh yes indeed, please enter me—and thanks!

Steph said...

A friend of mine dearly loves this, too! I'll enter to share with her. :-)

Rosemary said...

This looks like a very tasty tea! Would love to be able to sample it.

Marilyn said...

When we first moved to Oregon about 35 years ago there was a restaurant called Good Earth that made that tea. I wasn't so much into tea then and was amazed by the teas they were serving. Now I am not so much into their spiced teas, so buy other teas. They are an amazing company. I don't need to be entered in the drawing, but just wanted to comment.

ikkinlala said...

I'd love to enter, please, if Canadians may. I've never tried Good Earth Tea.

Beth Rang said...

Mmmm! It sounds good. I need to break the sugar habit. I don't usually put sugar in my tea, but it's always tempting to have a cookie or other sweet with it. Please enter me. Thank you!

Red Rose Alley said...

The cinnamon orange sounds so good. Jess enjoys Good Earth the best. I bought her some for Christmas. Have a nice weekend.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

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