Wednesday, 28 May 2014

The London Tea Company giveaway (c/d 1 July 2014)

...Jasmine, Gunpowder, Assam, Earl Grey, Ceylon,
I love tea’s names. Which tea would you like? I say
but it’s any tea for you, please, any time of day,

as the women harvest the slopes
for the sweetest leaves, on Mount Wu-Yi,

and I am your lover, smitten, straining your tea 
Carol Ann Duffy, Rapture




Give me a good book, a cup of tea and some pastries or chocolate... and I'm happy.
It gives me pleasure to discover new brands and types of tea, and share tea with my friends. I have just reviewed a range of envelope tea from The London Tea Company (see my review from yesterday), and I'm delighted to offer a lovely selection of everyday teas as a giveaway for my blog readers.
The London Tea Company have kindly offered two prizes for my blog readers (there will be two winners).


Each winner will receive 5 packs of tea (Tropical Green Tea, Zingy Lemon & Ginger, Raspberry Inferno, Peach & Rhubarb and White Tea Pear Tatin). If you haven't tried these varieties yet, you're in for a treat!

To find out more about this range, visit The London Tea Company on Facebook and follow @lovelondontea on Twitter.

T&Cs:

Only the first step is mandatory: all you need is answer the question by leaving a comment (if you login as Anonymous, please leave you Twitter name or FB name, so that I could identify you, I do not suggest leaving the email address in the comment)
All the other steps are optional, you don't have to do them all. All it takes to win is just one entry. 
Only one entry per person is allowed (however, you can tweet daily to increase your chances). 
The giveaway is open to the UK residents only. Once the Rafflecopter picks the winners, I will check if they have done what was requested. I will contact the winners, if they do not reply within 28 days, the prize will be allocated to another person. I will pass on the winners' details to The London Tea Company who will dispatch the prizes.
The giveaway will close on 1 July midnight (from the 30th to the 1st).





a Rafflecopter giveaway

236 comments:

  1. Tropical Green Tea sounds a treat! Thanks!

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  2. Zingy Lemon & Ginger

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  3. Peach and Rhubarb sounds nice.

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  4. like the sound of Peach and Rhubarb

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  6. White Tea Pear Tatin, the pear flavour should go well with the delicate white tea

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  7. would have to be Raspberry Inferno - sounds amazing!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  8. Peach & Rhubarb, sounds delicious

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  9. Raspberry Inferno ( Melanie M )

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  10. Peach & Rhubarb
    Emily - gertrude_gertree@hotmail.com

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  11. Tropical Green Tea would be the first I would try - sounds lovely x

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  12. White Tea Pear Tatin sounds lovely

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  13. peach and rhubarb sounds nice

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  14. Lemon and ginger my favourite yummy :)

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  15. Oh Raspberry Inferno sounds lush!

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  16. The Zingy Lemon & Ginger sound perfect!

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  17. Raspberry for me
    Claire D

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  18. vanilla chai sounds really tasty

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  19. oohh tropical green tea sounds yummy

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  20. Zingy Lemon and Ginger - great for the stomach

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  21. Another vote for peach and rhubarb, don't think I've ever heard of that combination.

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  22. peach and rhubarb sounds bizarre but interesting!

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  23. Rhubarb and White Tea Pear Tatin sounds awesome would love to try these

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  24. Raspberry Inferno sounds lush

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  25. raspberry inferno x maria blythin

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  26. Tropical Green Tea
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  27. Tropical Green Tea sounds lovely!!!

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  28. Peach & Rhubarb sounds interesting!

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  29. It would have to be peach and rhubarb

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  30. Raspberry Inferno sounds interesting x

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  31. Raspberry Inferno sounds the best to me :) twitter: android__sheep

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  32. White tea pear tatin

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  33. Raspberry Inferno for me

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  34. White Tea Pear Tatin sounds delicious

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  35. THE White Tea Pear Tatin sounds a bit different !

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  36. peach and rhubarb sounds good

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  37. Peach & Rhubarb sounds nice.

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  38. Zingy Lemon and Ginger sounds tasty

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  39. I would like to try earl grey and jasmine ^_^

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  40. White Tea Pear Tatin looks loovely!

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  41. Zingy Lemon & Ginger for me.

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  42. Vanilla chai would be great.

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  43. Raspberry inferno

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  44. green tea

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  45. Christina Brown3 June 2014 at 13:34

    Peach & Rhubarb :-)

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  46. Peach and rhubarb sounds interesting!

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  47. ponypompom (twitter)3 June 2014 at 16:02

    Peach and rhubarb sounds lovely!

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  48. Raspberry Inferno sounds beautiful :) Becky Duffy

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  49. zingy lemon and ginger

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  50. White Tea Pear Tatin sounds fab!

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  51. Peach and Rhubarb - Natalie - sav1garden@hotmail.com

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  52. Peach & Rhubarb sounds lovely, I haven't tried this one yet.

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  53. Peach & Rhubarb - a tasty combination

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  54. The Raspberry Inferno sounds lovely.

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  55. like to try tropical green tea

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  56. Green tea with my best friends

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  57. The lemon and ginger sounds lovely.

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  58. I would love to try them all but especially Raspberry Inferno, and Peach & Rhubarb, they sound yummy. Twitter name @prettyplease26

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  59. definitely the lemon and zingy first, but looking forward to some of the other fruit flavours as well

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  60. Raspberry Inferno

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  61. Pamela says - Raspberry Inferno.

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  62. Really intrigued by the White Tea Pear Tatin

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  63. Vanilla Chai for me x

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  64. Peach & Rhubarb sounds yummy. facebook: Károly Karton

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  65. Peach and Rhubarb sounds lush!

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  66. Michael Botzaropoulos10 June 2014 at 10:19

    Zingy Lemon & Ginger for me !

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  67. Zingy Lemon & Ginger

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  68. Peach & Rhubarb

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  69. Zingy Lemon & Ginger sound lovely to drink on Barmy Summer days!

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  70. Raspberry Inferno sounds fantastic

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  71. White Tea Pear Tatin

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  72. I like the sound of Raspberry Inferno so I'd try that first.

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  73. Raspberry Inferno

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  74. peach & rubarb
    sihvg@yahoo.co.uk

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  75. Peach and Rhubarb ...sounds fab :)

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  76. Zingy Lemon & Ginger

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  77. Lucia Jefferson15 June 2014 at 19:06

    zingy lemon and ginger :)

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  78. Raspberry inferno for me!

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  79. Tropical Green Tea

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  80. The White Tea Pear Tatin sounds delicious!

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  81. Peach and RhubarbHow amazing!!Carroll marsh

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  82. Peach and Rhubarb! Sounds tangy and soft!!

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  83. faye huntington17 June 2014 at 22:37

    peach and rhubarb! :) faye xx

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  84. Lemon and Ginger would be my first try

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  85. Raspberry Inferno sounds intriguing

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  86. Peach :)

    @jamiecomps

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  87. Peach and Rhubarb sounds delicious

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  88. green tea nice prize
    lisa ann tebbutt

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  89. Charmian Filewood25 June 2014 at 15:24

    I'd like to try the Zingy Lemon & Ginger, sounds refreshing, plus it would help combat nausea

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  90. Raspberry Inferno

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  91. The peach and Rhubarb sounds yummy

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  92. Peach & Rhubarb sounds intriguing

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  93. Raspberry Inferno sounds awesome!

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  94. Peach and Rhubarb sounds delicious!

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  95. Peach & Rhubarb sounds really interesting

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  96. sarah harrison28 June 2014 at 18:22

    zingy lemon and ginger

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  97. Gavin O'Shaughnessy28 June 2014 at 19:25

    Raspberry Inferno :)

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  98. White Tea Pear Tatin sounds lovely.

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  99. Tropical Green

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  100. Vanilla Chai

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  101. I'd try the rather intriguing White Tea Pear Tatin

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  102. The white tea and pear tatin sounds intriguing to me, so I'd try that one first :)

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