Friday, December 4, 2009

Dilmah Tea, Tea lovers dream giveaway

Friday, December 4, 2009
If you have not noticed, I am a little bit of a tea lover. That is why I am so excited to be bringing you this great giveaway courtesy of Dilmah Tea.  Their tea sounds absolutely delicious, I can not wait to try it myself!


About Dilmah Tea
"Now available to mainstream U.S. consumers, Dilmah Tea’s selection of the world’s finest single-origin, 100% pure Ceylon teas provides superior quality, freshness and taste. Discerning tea drinkers will notice the distinct difference in the first sip as this isn’t the multi-origin blend you get from other teas in stores. Fresh tea makes a difference and Dilmah Tea is the freshest because they package their tea within days of being handpicked in the tea fields. By packaging and shipping their tea straight from the tea field, Dilmah Tea is able to provide tea with higher antioxidant levels and better flavor than most found on the market today."

Dilmah is the world’s first ethically made tea and holds a unique position as a tea producer-owned, fully integrated family business. Dilmah is bringing to the U.S. market their Single Origin Pure Ceylon Green Teas, Single Origin Pure Ceylon Black Teas and Watte Single Estate Teas. Dilmah Tea’s product line includes the following varieties available in stores now:






Single Origin Pure Ceylon Green Tea.  Fresher, richer and full of flavor, these teas bring the goodness of 100% pure Ceylon green tea in every cup.

     
    1. Natural Ceylon Green Tea - Pure and gentle Ceylon green tea, mild and lightly   piquant.
    2.  Ceylon Green Tea with Real Cinnamon - Pure Ceylon green tea, lightly spiced with pieces of natural cinnamon offering a touch of sweet spice. Aromatic and sophisticated.
    3. Ceylon Green Tea with Real Ginger - Pure Ceylon green tea with the sharp, spicy character of pieces of natural ginger. Invigorating and distinctive.
    4. Ceylon Green Tea with Natural Lemongrass - Pure Ceylon green tea, finely balanced with the lightly citrus, herbal character of natural Lemongrass. Mild and refreshing.
    5. Moroccan Mint Ceylon Green Tea - A sparkling brew of naturally reviving mint leaves and gentle Ceylon green tea.



      Premium Single Origin Pure Ceylon Black Tea. These offer finely balanced richness, flavor, strength and aroma. From the central highlands of Sri Lanka, these black teas are perfect for everyday drinking and are reputed for their brightness and medium strength.

      1. Ceylon Supreme – The ultimate in unblended tea, Ceylon Supreme has a perfectly rounded living character and aroma. 
      2. English Breakfast – The essence of Ceylon, a strong tea with a gentleness that is bordered by a firm character. Deep reddish brown in color.
      3. Irish Breakfast – The deep color of this tea is indicative of it’s extra strong flavor.
      4. Earl Grey – This full-bodied Ceylon tea features just a slight earthy character, beautifully balanced by the sweet floral bergamot flavor with just a hint of citrus.










      Watte Single Estate Tea. Fortune Magazine observes that “Dilmah is taking a leaf from the wine industry” by producing tea from estates at a various elevations, resulting in “high-end and chic,” nuanced and quintessentially authentic flavors. From the dark, chocolately and robust Nilagama Estate tea grown at 800 feet, to the straw pale, exquisitely delicate tea from Lover’s Leap Estate at nearly 6,000 feet, each of the Single Estate varieties deliver a unique gourmet experience.

      1. Nilagama Estate – Low grown - 800 feet above sea level. Dark brown, almost chocolatey, ripe tasting tea. Round tannins, full bodied, with a big structure and fleshy. Like cabernet sauvignon, this tea is grown on flat lands and lower altitudes with lots of sun. An authentic, suave and stately tea.

      2. Doombagastalawa Estate – Mid grown - 3,300 feet above sea level. Dark golden brown with a biscuity taste. Medium bodied, deliciously dry and generous. Analogous to a syrah grown in warm but not hot climate areas, on steeper slopes facing the sun. A handsome and impeccable tea.

      3. Somerset Estate - High grown – 4,600 feet above sea level. Medium brown with tints of orange. An almost savory taste. Fruity, exotic perfume with a 'balance' in taste from the ample tannins, strong but not brooding.† Comparable to a Pinot Noir wine made from grapes grown in cool climates. A tea that is delicate, radiant and elegant.

      4. Lovers Leap Estate - High grown – 5,700 feet above sea level. Light brown-yellow with green nuances. Bright, breezy, effortlessly light and snappy yet with tannins of fortitude. Long lasting in aftertaste. Like Champagne made from cool climate grapes picked just before they get too ripe. An exquisite and alluring tea. (Lover’s Leap Estate)



      You can purchase Dilmah Tea at Big Y, Stop & Shop, and Giant supermarkets or by ordering online at Dilmah.com, Teadog.com or Amazon.com.



      Giveaway!!!

      Courtesy of Dilmah Tea I have 3 great gift sets to give away to three lucky readers!



      One Grand prize winner: will win all thirteen varieties of Dilmah Tea ! $68 value

      First runner up: Will win all 5 varieties of Green Tea. $20 value

      Second Runner up: will win all 4 varieties of Black Tea. $16 value


      To Enter: Browse Dilmah's Real Tea Boutique, then leave a comment here with which variety sparks your interest.

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      Rules/Restrictions: This giveaway is open to U.S readers only. Giveaway will begin on December 4th and will conclude December 14th at 11:59 Est. You will have 48 hrs to respond to win notification or another winner will be selected in your place.

      Disclosure: I have not received any form of compensation for this post.  However, I have a upcoming review scheduled and will receive samples for purposes of that review.

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      delimama66 said...

      I'm a tea lover too!! The Ceylon Green Tea with Real Cinnamon sounds awesome!

      mar said...

      The Pure Camomile Tea sparks my interest. I love to drink tea in the evening!

      Alison said...

      The jasmine green tea looks good!

      LV said...

      I drink green or white tea every day, so I'd pick Ceylon Green Tea with Real Ginger.

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      Theron said...

      I'd Like a cup of Jasmine Green Tea.

      Missybeez said...

      I would Like To Drink The Ceylon Green Tea with Real Ginger.

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      andrea v said...

      Moroccan Mint Ceylon Green Tea sounds so good, I love mint tea

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      bgolden said...

      Wow, what a fun surprise! I actually drink Dilmah tea every day, which is why this giveaway caught my eye.

      I order it on their website and I get it in Nebraska in about a week or so (free shipping!)

      I first discovered Dilmah on an extended stay in Australia. I love the premium black tea ... It is the smoothest tea I've ever had.

      Happy Holidays!

      singermagic1 said...

      so many sound good to me, I think I would first like to try Somerset Estate

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      calvad said...

      I would like the Moroccan Mint Ceylon Green Tea!

      sweepmom said...

      I love a good black tea. The Ceylon Supreme sounds great to me.

      Anonymous said...

      I have read that earl Grey "sharpens the mind": at my age, i'm willing to try anything healthful.writer61@yahoo.com

      scarlette10 said...

      I would like earl grey

      monky said...

      I would like to try the Ceylon Green Tea with Real Ginger..Sounds yummy!!

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      Mel ~ said...

      Yum!!! I'd love to try the Ceylon Green Tea with Natural Lemongrass!

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      Anonymous said...

      I'd like to try the Jasmine Green Tea, sounds relaxing to me. ruthing73 at hotmail dot com

      lisa said...

      I would like to try the Jasmine Green Tea. msmith572@yahoo.com

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      Robert Lockwood said...

      The White Tea - Ceeylon Silver Tips sparks my interest.
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      cmcathiem02@gmail.com said...

      I like Jasmine Green Tea.

      maxfate said...

      The White Tea - Ceylon Silver Tips sounds very interesting!

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      Tegan said...

      Ooooh Jasmine green tea sounds yummy.

      clc408 said...

      I would love to try the Masala Chai Fiery Ceylon Spice tea. Thank you!

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      mogrill said...

      I like Jasmin Tea. Thanks for the chance.
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      Kym said...

      Mmmmm, the Ceylon Green Tea with Natural Lemongrass sounds right up my alley to try!

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      Stephanie said...

      I would LOVE to try the Cinnamon Tea. The weather is so cold out and cinnamon peaks my winter senses!

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      sksweeps said...

      I'd love to try the Ceylon Green tea with Lemon Grass! It's cold and rainy today - a perfect day for a cup of hot tea!

      mim said...

      i would love to try any of these! i'm most interested in Ceylon Green Tea with Real Cinnamon

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      wombatspurple said...

      Moroccan Mint Ceylon Green Tea

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      socmama said...

      I'd like to try the Fragrant Jasmine Green. Thanks!

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      Benita said...

      I like the Ceylon Green Tea with real ginger.

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      Katie said...

      The Rooibos Natural Organic sounds fantastic!
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      Matthew said...

      I love tea, try to make a pot at least once a day.

      I like the look of Dilmah's Masala Chai Fiery Ceylon Spice tea.

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      Melissa said...

      The Ceylon Green Tea With Real Ginger sounds great to me!

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      Deborah said...

      I've had the Somerset Estate tea - it's outstanding, and I'd love to try it again. asthenight at gmail dot com

      jbeckett said...

      I already drink the Dilmah Ceylon Supreme tea and it is very good!

      Whitney said...

      I'd like to try the Brilliant Breakfast Black Tea!

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      Stephanie said...

      Blackcurrant sounds great.

      Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug} said...

      The White Tea - Ceylon Silver Tips sounds wonderful :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
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      Angie said...

      I have never tried White Tea before, so that one sounds like one I would love to try out!!

      Many thanks!
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      lisa said...

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      Heather said...

      The Jasmine Green Tea sounds delicious!

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      kuparstwn said...

      I'd love to try Berry Sensation.

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      mindy said...

      the mint ceylon green tea thanks minsthins at optonline dot net

      Linda K said...

      I would like to try the white tea

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      jillyrh said...

      The jasmine green tea sparked my interest

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      Britt said...

      Jasmine Green Tea.

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      Deb K said...

      The Caramel flavored tea sounds the best to me :-)


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      Anonymous said...

      Love to try jasmine green-
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      Laura said...

      In addition to the green teas...their Masala Chai sound good too.
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      heaventrees said...

      I have long been a fan of Irish Breakfast Tea and would love to try Dilmah's.

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      Aisling said...

      I drink a lot of tea, too. Non-tea drinkers woul probably find some of my choices fairly exotic, but they're really not. I'd love to experiment a little and try some of the Dilmah teas like Nuwara Eliya and Uva.

      lisa said...

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      Susan said...

      Can't beat a classic - I would like to try the premium black tea.

      Anonymous said...

      I would like to try the Ceylon Green Tea with Natural Lemongrass!
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      Danielle said...

      definitely the The White Tea - Ceylon Silver Tips!

      Anonymous said...

      the green tea with jasmine sounds good - regnod(at)yahoo(d0t)com

      Miss Spoken said...

      Jasmine Green Tea

      lissaxolove said...

      I was intrigued by their white tea, which provides health benefits such as protecting against viruses

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      ktgonyea said...

      The Jasmine Green Tea sounds great :)

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      AEKZ2 said...

      I'd like to try the Ceylon Green tea with Lemon Grass.

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      Katrina said...

      I'd like to try the Moroccan Mint Ceylon Green Tea. =)

      Anonymous said...

      I love earl grey and breakfast tea... I'd like to try both!

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      Janna @ Feed Your Pig said...

      black currant please!

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      Hotsnotty2 said...

      I'd love to try the Rooibos with Cinnamon and Peppermint, thanks!

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      singermagic1 said...

      like too try the summerset estate blend
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      ferriz said...

      i would like to try the somerset estate!

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      whitechocolatecherries said...

      I'm an Earl Grey fanatic. Would love to try theirs!

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      intime said...

      Pure Camomile Tea looks good intime@myself.com

      crystal said...

      I think that the White Tea - Ceylon Silver Tips sounds lovely:)

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      karen said...

      I would love to try the Earl Grey.

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      Faither said...

      Since I prefer green tea, would like to try the Natural Ceylon Green Tea

      mail4rosey said...

      I would like to try the Green Tea with Lemon Grass.
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      gsm57 said...

      I love Earl Gray.

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      Lisa said...

      The Brilliant Breakfast sounds good. Thanks!

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      Claire said...

      Somerset Estate sounds great!

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      Sarah said...

      I'd love to try the Green Tea w/ Jasmine flowers from their site...sounds delicious!

      I love love tea, thanks for the chance to win!

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      susan said...

      premium black tea, that soulds too good!

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      Happi Shopr said...

      Ceylon Green Tea with Natural Lemongrass sound delish. trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

      Cassie M said...

      I'd love some Caramel flavored tea to wake me up in the morning!
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      sandollars said...

      Sure could use this now, have a nasty cold.

      Maja said...

      jasmine tea

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      Wehaf said...

      The Lovers Leap Estate tea sounds absolutely marvelous - light and delicious.

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      Beeb said...

      Would love to try the Masala Chai Gentle Ceylon Spice! Thank you for the giveaway!

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      Sheldon said...

      Italian Almond Tea . I only do looseleaf, very healthy and much more tasty!

      victoria99 said...

      I enjoy having a nice cup of Earl Gray with that citrus blend.

      thelastman said...

      i'd like to try the moroccan mint tea. have a blessed day.

      tina reynolds said...

      i would love to try the jasmine green tea thanks for the chance to win eaglesforjack@gmail.com

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      Mir said...

      I drink lots of tea and Earl Grey is usually my favorite but I'd love to try the Dombagastalawa Single Estate.

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      Priscilla said...

      I'd like to try the Masala /chai Gentle Ceylon Spice. Yummy!

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      dvice said...

      I like the Rooibos Natural Organic

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      Cynthya said...

      I like the Mediterranean Mandarin because I think tea and citrus go perfectly together.

      Carmela P said...

      Mmmm, I love the sound of the Masala Chai Fiery Ceylon Spice. I love masala chai!! :D
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      Gianna said...

      Mediterranean Mandarin :)

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