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Giveaway: O-teas 24 Tea Gift Set and Pyramid Glass Teapot


Did you know it's International Tea Day tomorrow (December 15th 2016)? To celebrate, speciality tea company O-teas is donating 20% of all sales tomorrow to the Tea Leaf Trust who provide educational programmes to young people growing up on tea plantations around the globe. O-teas have also kindly allowed me to giveaway one of their fab 24 Tea Gift Sets and a stylish Pyramid Glass Teapot in a tea themed competition.

International Tea Day aims to raise awareness of the issues in tea production, whilst also celebrating the much loved beverage. The Tea Leaf Trust offers a crucial support network for children that are raised in tea plantations by offering them access to education and academic programmes that improve employment options for these young people in the future.


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ABOUT OTEAS


O-teas is an innovative and ethical speciality tea company taking the tea world by storm with their unique and unusual variety of flavours. Expertly blended with the highest quality ingredients, O-teas has an unrivalled 400 different blends to choose from. I particularly love their unusual Date and Lime tea!

Why not support this important cause by buying some Oteas tea, making a brew...and entering the competition below! After all, nothing beats a hot cuppa and a slice of cake (my Squidgy Gingerbread Loaf goes particularly well with tea - just so you know!).

THE GIVEAWAY


To enter the giveaway all you need to do is complete the Rafflecopter widget below! UK entrants only please. All entries will be verified after the competition closes on 31st December 2016.

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Comments

  1. No sugar - just the taste of pure tea.

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  2. No sugar thank you! im sweet enough haha

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  3. two sugars for me! depends on the tea though some teas i dont have sugar at all

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  4. Definitely no sugar, I want to taste the tea!

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  5. No sugar, it ruins it for me, but some are okay with a little bit of Stevia added, not too much.

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  6. No sugar, my mum has about 4 sugars.....bleurgh!

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  7. No sugar for me, sweet enough!

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  8. no sugar for me,thank you...i like black tea ,no sugar x

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  9. I do have to have some sugar..well 2 actually

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  10. No sugar.

    Rachel Craig

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    1. No....No sugar for me thanks

      KATHY D

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  11. No sugar, no milk, it's nice enough as it is!

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  12. im a sweetener girl, well 2 sweeteners to be exact!

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  13. down to one sweetener but im working on it!

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  14. No sugar never have

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  15. no no, never sugar! it spoils it

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  16. 1 sugar (a level teaspoon) please

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  17. No sugar for me please. I can even tell when my tea has been stirred with a spoon with sugar on it lol 🍵🍵

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    1. One sugar and just a spot of milk please.

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  18. depends on which tea but usually sugar :)

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  19. No sugar for me (unless I'm ill!)

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  20. Margaret Clarkson
    No sugar

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  21. Currently I put sugar in tea but planning to cut down and stop using it next year!

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  22. Sugar in tea? Eurrgh! It spoils the taste of the leaves so none for me.

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  23. No sugar, I'm sweet enough lol - even I laughed at that suggestion. Thanks for the chance.

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  24. 1 sugar for me. My only naughty treat in the week.

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  25. gotta be sugar but only a half a teaspoon

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  26. 1 sugar in mine

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  27. I'm one of a dying breed who still prefers 2 sugars in my cuppa.

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  28. no sugar for me

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  29. 1/2 sugar in black - no sugar in green and infusions

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  30. No sugar, although when I was younger I used to have 2tsps x

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  31. No sugar for me thank you, I'm sweet enough! :p x

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  32. No Sugar for me

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  33. Half a spoon of sugar in my tea

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  34. No sugar in any hot drinks thanks

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  35. Definitely no sugar for me.

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  36. no sugar and a tiny bit of skimmed milk !!!

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  37. No sugar in my rosehip and hibiscus please. My daughter loves tea, and she doesn't take sugar either.

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  38. Emma Schofield no sugar for me x

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  39. It has to be one sugar for me please yum

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  40. Noooooooo sugar! thank you

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  41. i have one sugar in regular tea but none in flavoured teas!

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  42. No sugar for me! I will definitely have a piece of your Squidgy Gingerbread Loaf though please ;)

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  43. I tend not to take sugar in tea :)

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  44. I do not take sugar, I am obviously sweet enough ;-)

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  45. Usually 1 or 2 sugars, but can go without!

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  46. Just the one sugar in the 1st cuppa of the day then none after that

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  47. Everyone is so good! I have one sweetner and sometimes drink sachet drinks that already have the sugar in!

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  48. Definitely no sugar for me

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  49. No sugar thank you,

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  50. i love trying new teas and loose tea is the best i love the look of this tea pot , i have my tea strong with no sugar please as i like to be able to taste the tea

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  51. 1 sweetner and a splash of milk

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  52. No sugar, I gave it up a few years back and my health is much better for it.

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  53. No sugar here
    Victoria B - @ickle0ne

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  54. i shouldn't have sugar but have 1 1/2 spoons

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  55. No sugar - I gave it up years ago.

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  56. No sugar but sweetener

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  57. no sugar - i tend to drink fruit teas which dont need it

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  58. Sugar in normal tea, no sugar in herbal teas

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  59. Most definitely no sugar. I haven't taken sugar in my tea since I was 7 and decided I didn't like the taste

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  60. None i can even taste the sugar if someones s their tea before mine with sugar. Think it taste vile

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  61. Sweetener for me and little milk!

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  62. Sugar but in the form of honey

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  63. No sugar! I've had to take out sugar from my diet but it doesn't even taste too bad without!

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  64. No sugar, gave it up many years ago.

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  65. One small sugar for me. I did try sweeteners but just couldn't do it.

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  66. sweetners. Happy new year when it comes

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