Teatulia Giveaway: Delicious, Fair Trade Teas!

Good morning, mamas.

Teatulia is offering two wonderful prize packs to you tea drinkers out there–and I happen to be one, so high five. (I also like to drink coffee–I love hot beverages, especially in the fall). One prize pack has teas with caffeine; the other is made up of herbal infusions.

I’ve been drinking Teatulia for a year now; I love their tea’s clean, delicious flavors. I also love their packaging: wonderful, green, reusable eco canisters.

1. For the caffeinated mamas:

a 3-canister pack of Teatulia’s “Classics”: Black tea, Bengal Breakfast tea, and Earl of Bengal tea.

2. For the herbal mamas:

a 2-canister pack of Lemongrass herbal infusion and Ginger herbal infusion.

Here’s how you enter to win:

1. Click here to sign up for their newsletter, and get 20% off any order you’d like to place. The newsletter sign-up box is at the bottom right corner of the homepage. It’s not a fussy procedure–you just pop in your email address and that’s it.

2. Then, leave a comment below letting me know that you signed up. And tell me whether you’d like prize pack 1 (caffeinated tea) or prize pack 2 (herbal).

3. For another chance to win, click here to “like” them on facebook and let me know that you did so in a second comment below.

You can also follow them on twitter: www.twitter.com/teatulia.

Good luck and happy sippings.

More about Teatulia:

Teatulia has implemented “natural farming” practices that result in a “closed loop” eco and social system. No pesticides, machinery or unnatural irrigation are used in the cultivation. Consequently, ten years since its inception, their “virgin” garden, developed on fallow land, is now a thriving ecosystem teeming with once endangered flora and fauna.


Teatulia’s teas and herbal infusions come directly from the first USDA-Certified Organic garden in Bangladesh. There are no middlemen. No long term warehousing. They do not wait around to be bulk-blended by a third party trader. It’s directly from their garden to you.


The Teatulia Cooperative creates sustainable prosperity for Bangladeshi women, men and children through education, entrepreneurship, health and cattle-lending programs.

Specific examples of Teatulia’s social programs include:

• Poverty alleviation through cattle rearing

• Health and hygiene programs

• Farm sharing

• Adult literary education

• Distribution of herbal and medicinal plants

• Recreation for the youth

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84 thoughts on “Teatulia Giveaway: Delicious, Fair Trade Teas!”

  1. Mmmm, a nice, hot cup of tea is the only caffeine I allow myself to have while pregnant! I would love to indulge in the Black, Bengal Breakfast, and Earl of Bengal teas. I have subscribed to the mailing list. :)

  2. yum! I am a tea lady for sure! A caffinated Casey! love that they are black teas… because I don’t like green! …I think I might just go make a mug now!

  3. happy sippings indeed…’liked’ teatulia & signed up for the newsletter…would love pack 1 in the sunshine, in the dark or any lovely place steamin’ in my cup…blessings!

  4. I love their business practices ! Signed up for newsletter. Deciding between the 2 gift packs is hard, but I pick the caffeine, gift pack 1

  5. Just signed up for the newsletter And liked on FB. Thanks for spreading the word about a wonderful company. I would love to win #1.

  6. I love all the great info I get from your blog on every day things that are natural/organic/eco-friendly.

    Wish they had Rooibos! Guess I’ll have to settle for some lovely earl of bengal. (at 20% off w00t!)

  7. I fully support all efforts to conserve, reuse and recycle – and it should be something that the whole nation should be doing – NOW!

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