Win a Prize Pack from Choice Organic Teas

Seattle-based Choice Organic Teas was the first exclusively organic tea crafter in the United States and the first in the country to introduce Fair Trade Certified teas. Now, they’re introducing a new line of teas: Jane Goodall “Good for All.” They’re one of a few companies selected to carry these teas after the Jane Goodall Institute determined that their philosophy blended with the Institute’s.

To celebrate the launch of the new line, Choice Organic Teas is giving a prize pack away!

The wonderful folks at Choice Organic Teas are generously offering one box of each new Choice Organic Teas variety including: Oothu Garden Green, Wild Forest Black, Decaffeinated English Breakfast, Rooibos Superfruit and Yerba MatΓ© Mint to one lucky Eat Drink Better reader!

There are a few different ways that you can enter:

You can do one of these things, a few, or all of them! Each one gets your “name in the hat” for an additional entry. Just remember to let us know in the comments, so we can be sure to count all of your entries! We’re closing comments on this entry on September 12th and will announce the winner on the 13th, so hurry and get your entries in!

A brand of Granum, Inc. of Seattle, CHOICE ORGANIC TEAS is the leading purveyor of exclusively organic teas, the first company to introduce certified organic and Fair Trade Certifiedβ„’ teas in the U.S. and the first tea company to earn Non-GMO Project Verification. As North America’s #1 selling exclusively certified organic tea line, CHOICE ORGANIC TEAS has promoted the growth and development of organic agriculture in tea estates worldwide and offers more than 75 varieties of teas and herbal infusions available in teabags, tea pyramids, and loose leaf. Visit www.choiceorganicteas.com for more information.

Comments have been turned off, since this giveaway is over. We will be announcing the winner on Monday, September 13th!

  1. Matt

    I like English Breakfast tea the most — it’s name is funny: is that really what the English eat for breakfast? Just tea? Is that why they’re so skinny and stylish? Or, do the English frequently have this tea with their breakfast? If so, then I think the tea should be called “A tea to perfectly compliment a hearty English Breakfast”. Otherwise, it’s just misleading.

  2. Trina C.

    I looked at the choice organic teas blog and I love that they are doing things to support Jane Goodall’s work. It seems like they are involved in many interesting projects and they do a lot of fun giveaways.

  3. ikkinlala

    May Canadians enter? My favourite kind of tea right now is green tea with a bit of mint, and I like it iced… but I don’t think it’ll be long before I’ll be drinking hot tea every morning again.

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