Friday, June 22, 2012

Libre Tea Glass Original *Review & Giveaway*



I've not been much of a tea drinker in the past. It's not that I don't like tea per se, it has just never been convenient for me to drink and honestly, I forget it's even an option!

I know tea has some amazing healing properties which is why I've always wanted to become a tea drinker and believe me, I've tried. It just never really stuck.

Until I ran into the Libre and my whole tea-drinking world changed for the better!

Before we get into the awesome specks of this tea chalice, here is a little bit behind the company itself:

"Our company started in 1999 and began enjoying tea moments with Libre in 2008. We are proud to be a 100% wholly owned Canadian company, and we are committed to sustainable people and planet practices, excellent customer service and engaging tea moments for all to enjoy and relax with. 

Tea, for me, is symbolic of an ancient ritual celebrating the secular as sacred. It is a space to take a breath, reconnect with oneself and the world. It is a time to stop — to enjoy life, people and the planet and remember the joys that life has to offer.

Inspiring tea moments - anytime, anywhere - is my mission."


There are a few different tea glasses you can choose from, but for this review I was sent the Libre glass'n poly Original, which holds about 9 oz.

Each Libre product has a glass interior and a polycarbonate exterior, making them perfect for keeping hot liquids hot and cold liquids cold longer. You're also able to take these puppies wherever you go without any worry of spillage or burn danger!

Worried about BPH in your plastic? No need with this glass; the stainless steel tea filter is surrounded by BPH free plastic so you can enjoy your tea moment without feeling guilty.

Aside from all these specs, the glass is sleek and very lovely, especially the top with gold tone decorative characters and a unique looking lid which is what first caught my eye when I took my glass out.


You can enjoy your tea one of two ways, viewable in the above graphic or below in their how-to video which can also be found on their website with several other useful tid bits of information::





Personally, in my opinion, this is the best product I've come across yet and I'm not just saying that! Once I got it, I went a little tea crazy and I actually enjoyed drinking the tea rather then forgetting it was there. And it's so EASY!

My only problem is finding more tea to enjoy ^.^


Make sure you connect with Libre! You can like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @libretea, as well as, sign up for their Libre Love Newsletter for the latest news and promotions (located on the left-hand side of their website).


{Giveaway} 
 
1 winner will receive a 9 oz. Libre Original Tea Glass!
 
 
{The Rules}

1. You MUST include a way to reach you whether it be an email or blogger URL.
2. US and Canadian residents only-sorry everyone else!
 
 


a Rafflecopter giveaway



  That's 1 mandatory entry + 32 possible extra entries which = 33 entries total!

Good Luck!





Disclaimer: I was provided the Libre Original Tea Glass from Libre at no cost to me in order to facilitate this review and giveaway. All opinions expressed in the above post are 100% mine and mine alone unless otherwise stated. This contest is open to US and Canadian residents only and will run from Friday, June 28th, 2012 4:00pm central standard time until Friday, July 6th, 2012 11:01 pm central standard time. The winner will be chosen through Rafflecopter.com and be contacted within 24 hours of the drawing. You'll then have 48 hours (2 days) to claim your prize and send me all applicable information-If I haven't heard from you within that time frame, I will be forced to choose another winner.





204 comments:

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Troy Breiland said...

Early Grey would be fantastic.

Olivia R said...

i like that u cant burn yourself with glass, or spill it, and then burn yourself

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Olivia R said...

i would love something fruity

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Kelley @ Kelley's Passion for Nutrition said...

I love my Cinnamon rose, by Organic India.

psnyder said...

Earl Grey!! grammypenny@frontier.com

Crystal said...

A New Day Dawns by Under the New Moon
or any fruity green tea

renata said...

I would love to try English Breakfast tea!

renata said...

I learned that it's made with so BPH free plastic so it's good for you and the environment!

Ray said...

I would make healthy green tea!

Ray said...

I learned that the glass is designed to keep hot liquids hot longer and cold liquids cold longer!

Crystal said...

I learned that the stainless steel tea filter is surrounded by BPH free plastic

bayctygrl said...

oolong tea, white tea, or yerba mate...love all kinds of tea

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Jennifer B

Lisa Martinson said...

I would love to sip some Earl Grey!

Vesper said...

peppermint tea

Vesper said...

Learned that its made from BPH free plastic

Teena in Toronto said...

I don't drink a lot hot stuff ... I didn't when I was a kid (tea and coffee were for adults) so didn't get used to it as an adult. I'll occasionally have hot chocolate but let it cool off so it ends up being "warm" chocolate instead.

Liza Vladyka said...

oolong tea

Liza Vladyka said...

You can enjoy your tea one of two ways,

Bee W Bedard said...

peppermint tea

Bee W Bedard said...

i like that the filter is made from stainless steel

adf said...

Id love to try peppermint tea

adf said...

You can take them anywhere without worrying about spills or burn damage

Loris Glassworks said...

I'd try Earl Grey.

Loris Glassworks said...

I learned that it's made with BPH free plastic; yippee!

teenybod said...

I would love to have some Chamomile tea in the Livre Original Tea Glass to relax in the evening :) Thanks for the chance!

Lisa Smith said...

Earl grey

Lisa Smith said...

Each Libre product has a glass interior and a polycarbonate exterior

Linda Kish said...

A nice, herbal tea would be my choice.

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Linda Kish said...

Since it has a glass interior wall and a polycarbonate exterior wall, it keeps the tea hot but you won't get burned holding it.

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jcwega27 said...

chamomile tea
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G said...

Peppermint Tea - It's good for digestion!

G said...

I learned that it keeps your tea hot for hot and cold for cold! :)

A Viola Player said...

Iced raspberry green tea:)

A Viola Player said...

The plastic is BPH-free

julis55 said...

earl grey

Sally Tracy-Smith said...

Earl grey, green tea raspberry pomegranite, who cares i love tea and to try it a new way is exciting

Jo said...

Anything green tea! I have a new mango green tea I want to try out :)

Sally Tracy-Smith said...

I learned that i can enjoy my tea two different ways . That i won't burn my fingers whichever way i choose to enjoy it and that i don't have to worry about bph

Hannah Adkins said...

Lemon honey!

Anonymous said...

I love my green tea


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Lillea said...

Peppermint tea

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Lillea said...

I learned that it's good for hot and cold tea

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Karlene Shamir said...

im excited to drink peppermint tea in this if i win!

Lori said...

Lemon Ginger Tea

Lori said...

I learned that it has a stainless steel filter and BPH free plastic

Surso S. said...

peppermint tea! with freshly grow peppermint leaves from our garden

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mywildcrazylife said...

Green tea with fresh mint!
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mywildcrazylife said...

I learned that the company started in 1999
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409cope said...

I am most excited to try Chai tea in this.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

409cope said...

I learned that the plastic in Libre doesn't contain BPH. cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

Stephanie said...

peppermint tea
mrshud at cox dot net

Stephanie said...

I learned it's BPH free
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intensev5 said...

Chai Tea

leah.mukai said...

Can't go wrong with green tea!

intensev5 said...

I learned that the steel tea filter is surrounded by BPH free plastic

leah.mukai said...

I learned it doesn't contain BPH, that's an important feature

Brenda Penton said...

Jolly Jellybean from David's Tea. Yummy!

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Brenda Penton said...

I learned that the glasses are BPA-free.

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InezbyDesign said...

Looking forward to a good cup of Earl Grey Cream tea with a new Libre Tea Glass

InezbyDesign said...

So much to learn! I love that they are BPA free and love that they are clear. I like to see my tea :)

Kamilah said...

I love flavored green teas.

Kamilah said...

I learned that it is easy to use

Ashley said...

vanilla chai!

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Ashley said...

I learned it has a glass interior and a polycarbonate exterior

demureprincess7(at)gmail(dot)com

chris z said...

citus orange tea

chris z said...

i like that you can use it 2 ways

JeannetteNL said...

The tea I would be most excited to try would be the Green Teas in particular Golden Jade Green tea. I had it in a tea room a few years ago when I was away and I loved it. Lots of antioxidants too!

JeannetteNL said...

I learned and really like the fact that you can take it anywhere without worrying about spilling it or being burned by hot tea. It seems I am always on the go so I love that fact!

john said...

the lady of the house would love this.

Glogirl said...

I'm most excited to drink peppermint tea.

Glogirl said...

I learned that this tea glass is made of BPH free plastic.

kitblu said...

I would make Red Zinger. I like it hot or cold.

kitblu said...

The glass has a unique lid.

Anonymous said...

green tea
Nancy
tis-so at hotmail dot com

Anonymous said...

I learned it is completely BPH free
Nancy
tis-so at hotmail dot com

Anonymous said...

If I win this I will enjoy my peach iced tea in it. dollmf@arvig.net

caroneko said...

My favourite: loose leaf green tea.

eleanor q said...

green tea

Tracie Brown said...

I have a green raspberry tea I'm excited to try :)

Tracie Brown said...

i learned about the non-spill factor :)

Sally said...

I love Earl Gray

Sally said...

I learnrd Worried about BPH in your plastic? No need with this glass; the stainless steel tea filter is surrounded by BPH free plastic so you can enjoy your tea moment without feeling guilty.

Hearthkeeper In Christ said...

I love tea and drink it almost every day, my fave is black teas like Irish or Scottish breakfast.

PR4GatheringRoses said...

Peach Mango!

Terri P
pr4gatheringroses AT gmail DOT com

PR4GatheringRoses said...

No BPH in these glasses!

Terri P
pr4gatheringroses AT gmail DOT com

Crocheted Little Things said...

English Breakfast tea sounds delightful!

jen said...

My fruit sangria tea by adagio teas is SO GOOD. I have a french press type cup that I use for my loose tea but it sucks. This cup would be perfect!

Marthalynn said...

I love Roastaroma by Celestial Seasonings!

Marthalynn said...

I learned they're a 100% wholly owned Canadian company.

Kylie said...

My Chai teas! I love drinking chai on the go but so many of them are loose leaf! Thank you for a lovely giveaway.

Serenap95 said...

I love green tea

Serena Powell

chris0855 said...

Earl Grey Tea would be nice!

Anonymous said...

green tea is my fav.

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Anonymous said...

it has a stainless steel tea filter surrounded by BPH free plastic

sonflower277 at gmail dot com

Angie said...

I love white tea, so I'll drink that.

Hoa said...

Definitely green tea!

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Carmen Lebron said...

I would go for an Herbal Tea or Ginger Tea

Allison L said...

Green tea!

Ang said...

I love green tea, so I'd choose that!

Crunchy Beach Mama said...

Green Tea mix!

Selinda said...

Blackberry!

Thanks,

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Selinda said...

I learned that you can steep it in the cup!

Thanks,

selinda_mccumbers at yahoo.com

Amanda (floatingpyramids) said...

I'm excited to drink it with green tea for sure!

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Amanda (floatingpyramids) said...

I learned that it is completely BPH Free! Woohoo!
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caroneko said...

I learned it is a 100% Canadian company--awesome!

jeremy sell said...

I would like to try my blueberry tea that I get from a local Tea store in this Libre Tea Glass Original.
jjsell76 at yahoo dot com

jeremy sell said...

I learned and like that it is stainless steel and therefor has no BPH.
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Rachel Grider said...

green tea

Noelle said...

Hibiscus for summer!

Thanks

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Susana Higuera said...

EarlGrey would be so yummy!

Susana Higuera said...

I learned its BPH free which is great!

Samantha Cara Scarpa said...

Im excited for just a classic black tea :)

Amber Ferguson said...

I have a cabinet full of tea (literally). I love trying new flavors & brands. I need this Libre Tea Glass Original. It's pretty essential =)

Amber Ferguson said...

I'm most excited to try the Chait Tea!!

Kathy said...

I like green tea and cranberry combined.

Kathy said...

I like that the stainless steel tea filter is surrounded by BPH free plastic

Surendene J. said...

I would love to drink some peppermint tea in it. Thanks for the great giveaway! :D

Jon said...

My chai tea!!! The Libre Tea Glass would be perfect!!

Jon said...

I learned that Libre is made of a glass interior and a polycarbonate exterior, keeping cold drinks cold and warm ones warm!

Tara said...

I would love to try mint tea in this mug.

Tara said...

I learned you don't need to worry about burning yourself with this mug.

mverno said...

i would be green tea
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mverno said...

they are made to keep hot liquids hot and cold liquids cold longer.
mverno@roadrunner.com

Tracy Reinhardt said...

I drink tea everyday and would love to try jasmine pearls in this!

emilia said...

Emilia Rodriguez WOW! I love this I would use it to drink my daily chamomile tea on the go
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emilia said...

I learned that the tea leaves go right into the canister's special compartment. It's perfect for me! emilia.rodriguez.ruiz@gmail.com

Stacy said...

I am excited to drink my Chai tea from the Libre glass

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Stacy said...

I learned they are a 100% Canadian company.

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sandyandcosmo said...

I would like to drink my Tazo Chai tea from the Libre glass.

sandyandcosmo said...

I learned that there is no BPH plastic in the glass.

KHBride said...

I love peppermint tea

KHBride said...

I love peppermint tea

KHBride said...

I like that its BPH free

Keely B said...

I would love to drink my cherry black loose tea from the libre glass!

Keely B said...

I learned that the stainless steel filter is surrounded by BPH free plastic

emeraldmaz said...

I'm excited to drink my black tea from my tea glass

emeraldmaz said...

I learned it has two walls.. so it keeps cold longer, or hot longer

toughturtles said...

peppermint

Suzanne Denys said...

Earl Grey de la Creme from SereneTeaz

MelissaSBentley said...

Raspberry Leaf tea gets me every time!

ExitsAngel said...

I have some strawberry tea I haven't tried yet. Would love to drink it with this!

Anonymous said...

BLOOMING TEAS, PLEASE!!! :)

Lisa

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Savories of Life said...

raspberry leaf or green tea!val

Savories of Life said...

keeps tea hot longer. val

Bonita12 said...

I would have some green tea.
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The Beer's said...

I would drink my turkish apple tea in it

Ashley said...

Peppermint tea!

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dario moniz said...

i just got some new green tea as a gift would love to try it

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AnnaZed said...

Peppermint!

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AnnaZed said...

I was interested to note that the tea glass is actually glass (not plastic with BPH) and that the stainless steel tea filter is surrounded by BPH free plastic.

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Shari said...

Tea most excited to drink would be a Raspberry or Cranberry Tea.

Shari said...

I learned that you have to be careful when filling up the Libre with hot water.

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Sue Hull said...

Green Tea. Thanks for the cool giveaway!

Sue Hull said...

I love that they can be taken with me anywhere and not having to worry about them spilling.So Cool!

ferriz said...

im a sucker for earl grey.

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twilightdew said...

Peppermint tea or chamomile.

Diane52 said...

Cranberry tea please and happy that I can't burn myself
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Diane52 said...

Cranberry tea please and happy that I can't burn myself
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Amber said...

I have a delicious mint tea that I would love to take on the go in the Libre tea glass

Amber Y

Sarah B. said...

Chai Tea

Randominities said...

I love spicy chai teas.

Randominities said...

I liked that they listened to their customers and made a finer filter and lid that is now standard on their mugs.

Jessica Stutz said...

I think this would be perfect for my Peppermint tea!

Jessica Stutz said...

I learned that you can brew your tea two ways, and it is also BPA free.

Pamcakes said...

Green tea for me!
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Lindsey said...

chai tea

Lindsey said...

learned that this cool thing exists.

Jennifer DeFoy said...

I would drink some green tea & honey if I won.

k. said...

I'd love to drink my oolong tea out of this if I won.
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k. said...

I learned that the filter is stainless steel.
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Pamela Roundy said...

I would use a green tea.

Pamela Roundy said...

I learned about the two different ways to steep the tea.

missreneer said...

I would love to try peppermint tea. I love it and I haven't had it in years. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway :)

Renee
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Anonymous said...

My favorite tea is white

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Chrystal said...

I love green tea.

Melanie Montgomery said...

Green tea

Kathryn Perkins said...

Green tea!

wwe11 said...

green tea
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Samantha said...

The peppermint tea.

bbrittbrat1398 said...

green tea!

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Breanne said...

Green Tea

jen said...

I learned that the glass can be used to drink tea two ways.

CAJUNMAN12 said...

I have some green tea from china

Damian Jarreau

brich2222 said...

will drink various herbal teas

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brich2222 said...

has a glass interior and a polycarbonate exterior

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Jasanna Czellar said...

Something herbal and fruity!

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Jasanna Czellar said...

I never knew there *was* such a thing as a cup for loose-leaf tea!

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Jen S. said...

I'd like to try chamomile tea.

Gaines7 said...

Hello, how are you? Thank you for this opportunity. I would like to drink Earl Grey loose leaf tea in the Libre container.
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SuperNeena said...

Green Tea.
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Whitney said...

I like ALL kinds of tea, so I'd honestly just be a happy camper to be lucky enough to drink ANY tea out of my very own Libre glass.

Whitney said...

I learned it can be used for hot or cold drinks alike! :)

Amy Martin said...

black tea with mint leaves

Amy Martin said...

I didn't even know this company existed, so everything written was new to me.

susansmoaks said...

i want to drink some chamomile tea
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suburban prep said...

As Maureen

For me it would be Green tea mint for my husband it would be English Breakfast.

Lisa Rau said...

I would love to have my green tea in here!

Kat said...

earl grey and Darjeeling

/\Heather/\ said...

Any iced green tea. Love that stuff!
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elangomatt said...

I love my Earl Grey tea. I drink a lot more of it during the winter though since it is just too hot this time of year.

Aaron Bretveld

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