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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Libre Tea Glass Review and Giveaway

Disclosure: I received a Libre Tea Glass for review but all opinions are 100% my own
With the weather cooling down, I am craving my hot tea.  I love coffee but hot tea is so soothing.   And even though we are retired, we are always on the go.   I love driving around the ranch checking on everything and sipping a cup of freshly brewed hot tea!   It's rough country on the Ranch and I can't balance a cup of tea without loosing half of it and it cooling off very quickly.  Here is my solution:
The Libre Tea Glass!
These Libre Tea Glasses are a great way to enjoy the benefits of loose leaf tea on the go! They are thermal and have a glass interior and a durable poly exterior, very break resistance, easy to clean and are 100% BPA Free.  They have a removable tea filter and are great for hot or cold beverages.  
There are two different ways to brew your tea in a Libre Tea Glass and this video explains it simply and easily:
Click here for the short video: 

There are so many advantages of using loose leaf tea such as:
Loose leaf teas have a smaller environmental footprint than teabags, no paper for boxes or individual bags.  Loose leaf teas can be re-steeped multiple times, and green teas can be steeped 2-3 times stretching your dollars.  Loose leaf teas contains more flavor and holds the flavor longer as the leaves are not crushed. 
So from now on, I am enjoying my loose leaf tea in my Libre Tea Glass.

You can see all the different Libre Tea Glasses and purchase one by clicking right here at 
The folks over at  Libre Tea are giving one lucky winner one of these lovely Libre Tea Glasses. You can enter by using the rafflecopter below!

17 comments:

  1. i love earl grey in the morning and sleepy time in the evening

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  2. Chamomile, green tea, and anything Harney & Sons!

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  3. I love citrus blends, lemon or orange.

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  4. I think this is the neatest thing invented since the cheese grater.I am growing lemon thyme for the first time this year. My husband commented on what a good tea it would make. It would be so easy to make with the Libre Tea Glass.

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  5. Chai is one of my favorite but also love Earl Gray or Lady Gray....

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  6. I love a lot of them, but I think my favorite would be artichoke green tea!

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  7. I love English breakfast tea the most.

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  8. Licorice tea is my fave, thanks for chance

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  9. I love genmaicha (green tea with roasted rice).

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  10. G'day How unusual as I have not seen anything like this before so thanks for allowing me to learn something new!
    Cheers! Joanne @What's On The List

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  11. My favorite tea is Davidson's Lemon and Honey.

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments:)))