Once again I get to share a tea company! TeaGgschwendner sent me two different samples of Cherry Tea! Just opening the bags and smelling them was a treat. I received the No. 992 Black Tea Aroma Edition Wild Cherry and the No. 1495 Fruit Tea Flavored Wild Cherry. I received 100g of loose leaf tea in both flavors. The cost-$9.35 per bag and $7.81 for the Fruit tea. I also received a book on teas, and a measuring spoon. I really enjoyed both teas. They each have a unique flavor. The cherry flavor is not as strong in the black tea, and my husband even liked it and he is not a big tea drinker. The fruit tea definitely has the stronger cherry, fruity flavor. My daughters and I liked. both of them. These would make a great addition to your tea cupboard, or as a gift for a friend. And if you prefer something other than Wild Cherry, I am sure you can find a flavor you like at TeaGschwendner.
About Tea Gschwendner:
"Our passion for tea began in the late seventies when we opened our first small tea shop in Trier, Germany. From those humble beginnings, our company blossomed into what it is today, a global leader in specialty teas. Today TeaGschwendner has more than 130 shops in seven countries on four continents. We’re sharing the world’s finest teas with customers in locations such as Frankfurt, Germany; Vienna, Austria; Sao Paulo, Brazil; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; and Chicago Illinois.
Our tea shops are staffed with tea enthusiasts dedicated to exploring the world of loose leaf tea with our customers. Each shop carries a selection of more than 300 varieties including Black, Green, Oolong, White, Rooibush, Herbal and Fruit, and ranging in price from just a few cents per cup all the way up the rarest teas grown exclusively for TeaGschwendner by some of the world’s finest estates."
TeaGschwendner carries so many different types and flavors of tea. They have Black teas, White teas, Green Teas, Oolong teas, and Fruit teas just to name a few. Along with the teas, they have accessories, such as teapots, sugar bowls, tea cups, storage tins, etc. You could spend a long time just browsing through all they have available.
According to their website there are only three company owned stores in the US. One on Fifth Avenue NY, NY, one on State St. Chicago, IL and the last on Randall Rd. Algonquin, IL. There are two partner stores, one in Raleigh NC the other is in Ann Arbor MI. They have many stores overseas.
You can like TeaGschwendner on their Facebook page or follow TeaGschwendner on Twitter. Thos will keep you updated on what they are up to, like new store openings, contests, etc.
TeaGschwendner is going to give 3 winners a $50 Gift Certificate each and one Grand Prize winner will receive the beautiful Teapot pictured below. That makes 4 winners in this giveaway. Make sure you enter as many ways as possible. With fall approaching this would be great to win for yourself or as a gift for someone.
Mandatory Entry:Visit the TeaGschwendner website and in a comment tell me a couple of their teas that you would like to try. You do not have to be a blogger to enter, but you must leave a valid email where you can be reached, should you win. This giveaway will end 9/13 at 11:59 pm CST. The winner will be chosen using random.org and will be notified by email. The winner will have 48 hours to respond.
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Disclaimer: I received no monetary compensation for this post. I did received 2 teas for review purposes. All quotes are from the TeaGschwendner website or email. All thoughts and opinions are mine.