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Saturday, August 4, 2012

Libre Tea Glass Review


I was thrilled beyond belief when I got the opportunity to review a Libre Tea Glass size Large.  I love hot tea.  I however, refuse to use tea bags.  I love loose leaf tea.  I have a little tea ball that I can put into a  small teapot to brew up a pot, but it gets cold quickly.  Libre Tea Glasses and mugs help keep your tea warm.  They have a dual wall system of glass interior and poly exterior.  The filter is stainless steel.  It is also BPA free.

These are avaiable in three sizes.  The orginal(9 oz), the large(14 oz) and the mug(10 oz).  You can watch the video below or see my series of photos on how to use your libre tea glass/mug.  You can also go here on their site which has a nice how to page.

I should share a bit about why I love to drink tea.  While I was growing up I would go over to my grandparents and drink hot tea with my grandmum while my siblings would drink iced tea with my dad and grandpa.  I have always loved a  good hot tea due to this.  My grandmum was a WWII war bride from England but is Irish.  She spoiled me on good teas and now I can't stand just using a regular black tea teabag.

the box.  Ok I know it's just a box, but I thought it was pretty!

box and contents.  Love that it comes with an extra seal!

Blogger twisted the photo, but you can still see the lid and the strainer.

put my loose leaf tea in.  This was some Passonfruit Berry that was wonderful!

Add in the boiling water.

Loved watching the tea take color and the leaves float.

look at those leaves in the boiling water. . . yum

I put the strainer on, but not the lid yet, still too steamy.

You can see here how the strainer will keep the leaves down and the yummy goodness called tea where you can drink it.

Tada!

Learn more about how to use your wonderful new tea glass by watching this video!  How awesome is that!


The Libre Tea is a great way to have tea on the go!  You can take it with you and it stays nice and warm for hours.  I have used mine several times now and am in love with it.  Libre Tea has been very generous and is allowing me to give one away to one of my readers as well!  Isn't that wonderful?!  Help show your love before the giveaway starts by going to visit them and "liking" them on facebook, following on twitter, and signing up for their newsletter-- on the left hand side of their home page.  All of these things will earn you entries into the giveaway which will go live tonight!  Oh and one more thing--- giveaway will be open to US and Canada so make sure to share with all your Canadian friends!!

Make sure to enter the giveaway HERE!

I was provided with this libre tea glass size large in exchange for a review.  However, this did not affect what I wrote.  All opinions in this review are mine and only mine. Pin It Now!

28 comments:

  1. That is awesome! I have been looking for something just like this.

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  2. That looks so useful! would love to try that!~

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  3. What a great design/product! I love drinking fresh tea and love that you can take this on the go.

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  4. Nice Product! I want one of these!

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  5. I never heard of these before, look like an aweseome product!

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  6. I LOVE my libre tea glass! I think everybody should have one and enjoy their loose leaf tea!

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  7. I have a libre tea glass and use it all of the time! I love how easy it is to use!

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  8. What a concept! I love it. I want to try it. I love hot tea too. Thanks for the information.

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  9. This is super cool! I would love to try it! I bet that would make great iced tea, just having gotten diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, I have learned different teas have different properties that can help!
    I would LOVE help!

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  10. Sounds interesting! I'd love to try it :)

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  11. I have always only had tea from a teabag, but my mom is from England and I remember tea pots and tea cozies and I am sure the tea was made from the leaves not being in a bag. I am not that crazy about tea, but this sounds great. In fact, I wouldn't know where to buy tea leaves. Now you got me thinking.
    Looks like a great product, quite innovative. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. I would love to leave home, tea in hand, and enjoy it on the road!

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  13. Your review was very informative and makes me want one!

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  14. I am with you! My mom also is Irish but learned to drink tea in England! No tea bags for us! Yuck...
    This is a wonderful glass!! I know I need one!!!

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  15. I learned that it comes with an extra seal. Looks like a fantastic product!

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  16. I have been wanting to try one of these! I'm a facebook fan of Libre tea

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  17. I broke mine once (dropped it on the floor) and almost cried because I use it at work all day every day. When I found a replacement at Whole Foods I was so happy! It is fabulous!

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  18. I have Libre Glass n Poly's and have give several away. They are fantastic! loriagalbraith at gmail dot com

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  19. I'm going to have to check this out. I love loose leaf teas, too, and it's hard to go back to bags. I love the strainer.

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  20. I love tea. Make a special pot of tea and using a china cup is my favourite way to take a stress free moment!

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  21. Video was great, though the end sounded like someone peeing!! I really appreciate that the inner is glass so to not leach toxins into the drink.

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  22. This seems so handy. I love making my own chai from loose tea and this would be awesome.

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