Monday, December 31, 2012

Red Rose Simply Indulgent Tea (Single Serve Cups) Giveaway

Red Rose Tea has a long history of making great tea.  That should come as no surprise, considering they have had a lot of practice.  Founded in Canada during the late 1800's, Red Rose Tea has been an integral force in the making of quality tea for many a year, and they certainly have the practice down to a 'T' (only a little pun intended ;o) ).

We were recently sent the four new flavors from the Red Rose Tea line, in the single serve cups.  Let me say that Redco Foods, Inc. has no affiliation with Keurig, but it was in my Keurig that I used these cups.  What a refreshing change of pace to have these Simply Indulgent flavors on hand!

The flavors we tried are pictured below:





Each flavor of tea was rich with flavor (not just flavored water!), which is important when you're looking for a flavor burst, or a time out treat, and there was no aftertaste! Over the last week or so, each of the adults in our house  (my husband, me, and the second oldest who is home for the holidays) had a different favorite, but we all agreed that each flavor was really good.  We have also used them when hosting company (what a great hostess gift these would be!), and they were complimented then too.

Last week we got a whole lot of snow, and what goes better with cold weather than a nice hot beverage?  After grabbing a cup of Simply Indulgent naturally flavored tea, after playing outside for hours, we came to the conclusion that the answer is: Not much.  :)

You can find out more about Red Rose and the products they carry by visiting their website.  You can also follow them on Twitter, Facebook, and/or YouTube.

One lucky winner is going to win one box of each of the flavors pictured above by entering on the Rafflecopter form below.  US entrants only.

Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Disclaimer:  I was provided with a sample product to facilitate the review.  No other form of compensation took place.  All opinions are my own.

97 comments:

  1. I learned that they sell loose tea and figurines.

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  2. I learned that Red Rose Tea is decaffeinated.

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  3. I like the fact that it comes decaffeinated.

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  4. the tea has no caffeine

    Tiffany Lane
    mckenziesmom1@hotmail.com

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  5. Tea is my go to drink all day! These sound delicious, especially the vanilla biscotti! yum!

    I love the little figurines they sell. Very cute!

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  6. no caffeine!!
    but I am a coffee drinker.

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  7. I like the Sunset Spice Gift Basket
    Jennifer Rote
    wildnmild4u at yahoo dot com

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  8. I love that the tea has no caffeine

    southypeach@att.net

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  9. America is the birthplace of iced tea.

    msgb245 at gmail dot com

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  10. Red Rose Tea began way back in 1894 in Canada

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  11. Their Simply Indulgent looks amazing!I am sad they do not have more loose leaf varieties.

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  12. Peach Cobbler us a tea flavor Dorothy Deakyne

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  13. I love tea, even more when it has no caffeine!

    Happy Tuesday!

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  14. The tea has no caffeine. I have tried their tea and love it!
    seyma_bennett@hotmail.com

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  15. I had no idea that you could buy anything on their website besides tea. They have fantastic products; like the tea gift set and the super cozy comfy looking blanket. I definitely need to go back and check them out more-I have a birthday next month :)

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  16. I have been drinking Red Rose for years. Didn't know that they had flavored teas. I will have to look for them in my area. I would love to try their Crème Caramel.

    diane(dot)wortman(at)gmail(dot)com

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  17. I learned that they sell loose tea.

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  18. I learned that they sell lots of flavored teas. The spiced chai sounds great.

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  19. They sell loose leaf tea, I have to look for some, we like the loose leaf so we can make it as strong as we want

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  20. Their Decaffeinated Cinnamon Streusel sounds nice!
    cjnedrow at gmail dot com

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  21. I learned that Red Rose also offers loose leaf tea that comes sealed in foil for added protection!

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

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  22. Yum! I learned that there's a selection of loose tea available as well.

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  23. I learned the tea is caffeine free.

    rhoneygtn at yahoo dot com

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  24. the birthplace of ice tea was st. louis

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  25. They have a variety of loose and capsule teas.

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  26. I didn't know they made loose tea as well!

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  27. The tea has no caffeine making it good for a night time cup

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  28. I didn't know that Red Rose had K-cups.

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  29. Experience the truly bold spirit and full-bodied flavor of Red Rose Irish Breakfast Tea. Irish Breakfast tea is a robust blend, traditionally served with milk and consumed throughout the day. The invigorating and full bodied flavor makes this a perfect "breakfast" tea that Red Rose is proud to deliver in the true spirit of the Irish heritage.

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  30. I learned they make lemon chiffon tea!!delicious

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  31. Had never heard of this brand before, flavors sound yummy. Free ecards, too.

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  32. shared the whole story about tea- the first cup of tea was introduced about five thousand years ago according to chinese legend

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  33. No caffeine- that's quite a surprise. I would love to try these!writer61, AT, yahoo dot com

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  34. Red Rose Tea began in 1894
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

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  35. I learned that Tea leaves that are grown in high elevations give you better quality and better flavors
    I also commented on http://www.mail4rosey.com/2013/01/vacation-hurrah.html

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  36. I like that the tea has no caffeine in it!

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  37. I learned that Red Rose Tea has specialty teas like Sunset Spice.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  38. I didn't know that this tea was in kcups...would love to try these...

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  39. Posted on Vacation

    http://www.mail4rosey.com/2013/01/vacation-hurrah.html?showComment=1357447687771#c9018665783983084313

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  40. I found some of the best recipes on the site that I'm going to try such as Red Rose Sunset Spice Hot Cider--how great is that!!!

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  41. posted on your wordless Wednesday

    thanks as Dianna Thomas

    http://www.mail4rosey.com/2013/01/wordless-wednesday.html?showComment=1357504954131#c5868855560716527130

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  42. America was also the birthplace of iced tea.

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  43. that is great to find out the tea is caffeine free. and they make figurines.

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  44. You also sell loose leaf tea

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  45. I had absolutely no idea that you could do tea in the Keurig... this is blowing my mind!

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  46. the Decaffeinated Lemon Chiffon sounds yummy in a cup

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  47. Since this first cup of tea almost five thousand years ago, the popularity of tea has grown to the point that it is now the second most consumed beverage in the world.

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  48. I like the Red Rose Cozy Blanket.
    Thanks for the chance.

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  49. I saw their chalk-it-up mug which is actually pretty awesome!

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  50. I like the Sunset Spice Gift Basket looks nice! :)

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  51. I'd like the creme caramel and earl grey teas. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  52. I learned that they sell lot of accessories too.

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  53. i learned that red rose first introduced tea bags in 1929

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  54. They also sell loose leaf tea
    jenhedger at hotmail dot com

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  55. The Dutch first brought tea from China to Europe and America by 1650

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  56. I learned that its decaf.
    yanabanana70@yahoo.com

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  57. I never knew they had loose tea.

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  58. I learned that Red Rose contains high-grown black teas from Sri Lanka (Ceylon), Kenya, India and Indonesia.

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  59. The sweet mint is my favorite. I have a couple of boxes next to my Keurig right now!

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  60. Red Rose expanded into the US in the 1920s
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

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  61. The Crème Caramel sounds so yummy.

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  62. I like that the tea has no caffeine!!

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  63. Ethyl Acetate (EA) is a solvent used to extract caffeine. EA is a simple combination of naturally derived compounds present in some foods we eat such as bananas and other fruits. The EA method of decaffeination adheres to standards set by the Tea Association of the USA. This does not create a toxicity hazard to one's health.

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  64. The Creme Caramal sounds delish. Thanks.

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  65. This tea has no caffeine!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  66. they have a spiced chai and it sounds good.

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  67. I'd love to give Decaffeinated Lemon Chiffon a try.
    Michelle Tucker

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  68. I like the Peach Cobbler black tea blend :)

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  69. The Decaf Lemon Chiffon tea sounds delicious.

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  70. I really like the Red Rose Cozy Blanket.

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  71. I learned Red Rose began to give away Wade miniatures 42 years ago, in 1967.

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  72. I like their red rose teas tote gift bag

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  73. i really enjoyed sharing the e-cards with my friends, they have a cute site and a nice selection too!

    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

    tony l smoaks on rafflecopter

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  74. That its decaf.. i have a neurological allergy to caffeine so thats awesome. and that you can order it loose to make in a pot or something,

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  75. They sell a lot of decaf tea.

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  76. That it is caffeine free - love that.

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  77. I can find it at cub foods or coborns.

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  78. I would love to try the Crème Caramel, sounds so good!
    vikki.billings@yahoo.com

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  79. I learned they also have recipes on their website.

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  80. http://www.redrosetea.com/blacktea_products.aspx

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  81. I learned that I can buy these at my local HEB grocery store

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  82. They all sound delicious, especially the cinnamon bun flavor! I could definitely use a nice hot cup of tea since it has been so cold here lately!

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