Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Tejava Tea Review and Sweepskates Post




 I have been a Tejava fan for many years. I found it while looking for an alternative to my normal tea that had no HFCS in it. I used to be big on Lipton but some of their varieties contain high fructose corn syrup. Tejava is 100% natural Black Tea from the island of Java. I really like that it is unsweetened that way I can add my own level of sweetness. I use either honey or sugar to taste and its great! Once I did put it in the freezer since I wanted some right away and then forgot about it and it cracked and got all over the freezer, not to self duh its glass lol, but that just made me want it even more so I had to run up to the store to get more. I have been hooked since! Here in Nor Cali I get it at Raley's but most places you can find it at Trader Joe's and Cost Plus World Markets.

Tejava won!


While in the store I spotted a pull off paper for a sweepstakes for Tejava. When I got home I could not find it anywhere so I was thankful to find the sweeps on their website.

ENTER HERE


Enter for a chance to win a 7-day/6-night* adventure to the Indonesian islands of Java and Bali for you and a companion!
Visit Java and tour Tejava's beautiful tea plantation and see an island volcano, majestic waterfalls, and natural hot springs. Then be whisked away to relax on the exotic beaches of Bali and visit a pearl farm and a 17th century temple. The Grand Prize includes air and ground transportation, hotel, daily breakfast, select meals, sightseeing excursions and $1,000 spending money. Approximate retail value of grand prize (ARV): $13,550. No purchase necessary to enter the Sweepstakes.

**Only open to 15 states so be sure to make sure your state is on the list before entering.The Sweepstakes is open to legal residents of these fifteen (15) United States: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming who are 21 years of age and older and who are physically located and reside in these states at the time of entry ("Eligible Participant"). Void in Puerto Rico and where prohibited

I have enjoyed this tea for many many years!






 
* I was sent a free bottle of Tejava to sample for this post by the PR firm representing Tejava.
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