Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Libre Tea Mug Review + Giveaway

Having a good mug of tea on the go can be very inconvenient, especially if you prefer loose tea leaves, compared to pre-packaged bags.  Thankfully, Libre has a fantastic mug created from poly, glass and stainless steel to keep you on your way.

This mug stays cool to the touch, even when filled with hot water.  You just put your loose leaf tea in the stainless steel filter, screw on the lid and turn upside down.  It wil brew your tea for you in moments.  Then you just unscrew the filter and you are ready to drink from a very classy mug.  There are alternate ways to use your mug.  You can view the 2 minute video here on how easy it is.

I've been taking this mug to work with me and my daughter put it in her backpack last week for a field trip.  It's very durable and easy to clean.  I was worried about loose tea leaves in my brew, but that has not happened.   Healthy for you and economical, the Libre on-the go is available in a mug or a glass.

One lucky reader is going to win the Libre Tea Mug (Pictured above)


*Winner has 48 hours to respond to email or a new winner will be selected. Prize shipped direct from Libre.  I received a complimentary mug in exchange for an honest review.  All opinions are my own. Contest ends 5/3/12

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  1. Such a brilliant giveaway! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

  2. This is just what I've been looking for! Fingers crossed :).

  3. OH NO another Tea Website for me to get addicted to!

  4. me i would take this on the trip we are going in motor homem every one like tea and they come in handy on hot trips i will post it on the inter net all over

  5. My daughter likes loose tea. I prefer bag only so I don't drink the tea, with this I could use loose leaf.

  6. Love love love tea! I hope to win.

  7. This is such a great idea! I've been looking for something like this :)

  8. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  9. Just FYI, your picket fence link on the RC isn't going to the right place. The one on your blog works right though.


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