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Tuesday, September 7, 2010

TUESDAY GIVEAWAY

We are offering a 4 ounce jar of our organic lavender sugar for FREE!!
Our organic sugar is ground to a fine powder, and then dried culinary lavender buds are infused and ground in for a beautiful, delicate taste.

Free means we pay EVERYTHING - shipping included! So if you ever wanted to try lavender sugar, now is your chance!

One of our favorite things to use this sugar for right now is to sprinkle fruits with it... mmm. It's also great in green tea or coffee... or anything, really!

TO ENTER:

(1 entry) - Follow our blog and comment to let us know you are
(1 entry) - In your comment, include what you would use the sugar for (eating by dipping your finger in the jar definitely counts)
(2 entries) - Follow us on Twitter here and comment here and tell us you are following us!

Contest ends September 15th, when the winner will be announced (winner has 2 days to respond with address, or alternative winner will be chosen).

Good luck!

10 comments:

  1. Im following you now. That sounds super yummy, I would definitly put it on cut up fruit. :)

    littleworm23@yahoo.com

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  2. great giveaway!!!

    im following

    and i would use the sugar to make a glaze to put over shortbread!

    thanks for the opportunity! GREAT BLOG!!!

    www.lithuanianeggart.blogspot.com

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  3. We're following you on twitter!
    Would love to try the sugar in tea :)

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  4. I'm a follower. This sugar sounds delicious! I would put it in tea and on fruit.
    Great blog!

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  5. FOLLOWING YOUR BLOG WITH GFC !

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  6. I would definitely add it to a cuppa tea !

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  7. sounds delish! I would love to enter! Thank uuu!

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  8. I'm a new follower! I'd love to use this sugar on sugar cookies :)

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  9. I'm a new follower. I'd use it in tea to add purple flavor :)

    EmKat_Creations at hotmail dot com

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