Thursday, June 27, 2013




The folks at
purveyor of fine tea products offered me the opportunity 
to review their tea and to offer a nice giveaway to my friends.

We all know tea has been around since Methuselah was a baby.

 Early cookbooks from England and America indicate that tea cold tea has been served at least since the early nineteenth century. Those beverages were green tea punches and heavily spiked with liquor. The oldest printed recipes were made with green tea and not the black tea normally used for iced tea today. 
One of those olden punches was Savannah's own "Chatham Artillery Punch". Chatham being the name of the county in which Savannah is located.

I chose to try and review The Green Tea, Peach and Nectarine
family sized teabags for iced tea.

I was not compensated for my review.  I did receive their product to test and review. The assessment is my own opinion.

Bob and I loved this iced tea. We KNOW iced tea! If you are from Georgia, you love iced tea and peaches. Additionally we love nectarines.
Not only was this refreshingly delicious but you could get a whiff of the aroma of peaches and nectarines. I don't know how they did that!
If their other products are as good as this, you are in for a treat!

Salada also has an extensive line of Wellness Green Teas

They have given you the opportunity to win!
Click On The Picture to take you to the site for the store locator!

A box of 100 Red Rose full bodied original black tea bags.

And for those steamy days!
A box of 18 "New" Salada Raspberry flavored, green tea, for 
Iced Tea family sized bags.
A box of 18 "New" Salada Berry Patch (blueberry & acai berry) flavored,
green tea, for Iced Tea family sized bags.

A great selection of Summer pick me ups, 
 from Redco Foods, Inc.

As MY gift to you
  I will be sending the winner a 1965 version 
of the community cookbook

"Housekeeping in Old Virginia" by Marion Cabel Tyree,
Originally published in 1879, it contains the oldest sweet iced tea recipe in print!

Sorry folks, it won't be the original but it is a 1965 reprint.
Still vintage, right?

This is a fabulous Giveaway!
Be sure to sign up.

Redco Inc, products are sold coast to coast. On the RedRose website there is a "where to buy" link. Just click on your state and you will see popular stores and markets listed.

Winning is EASY!
Five chances!

Leave separate comments on this post for each entry. 

Mandatory : 
Follow Savannah Granny 
Optional Entries:
Promote the giveaway on your website
Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry as I will be using a random counter. I want you to get credit for everything you can!

I will choose the lucky winner on July 3rd and announce the winner on July 4th!

 Keep Drinking RedRose and Salada Iced Teas!

I am partying here:

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Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Ginger,
What a lovely post and I feel like wanting to sit down, under the fan and sip a huge iced tea!
Too bad that the picture from Housekeeping in Old Virginia did not load...
Hugs to you,

Lynn@Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I make a pitcher of iced tea every day and this would be a nice give-away to win! Thanks for the chance Ginger and have a great weekend:@)

Barbara F. said...

This is a sweet giveaway, Ginger! Hope you are staying cool. xo

NanaDiana said...

Well, I am here to support you but I can't drink tea! Sadly, not because I love it. Great post!!! xo Diana

Alycia Nichols said...

Hmmm...I did NOT know that June is National Tea Month. I think EVERY month should be National Tea Month! I really like it. Nothing like a glass of cold iced tea in the summer! I know tea ain't tea unless it's sweet in the South, and I love it that way. My waist line begs to differ, though! :-)

What a nice giveaway!

Dee @ A Lapin Life said...

I adore tea and would love to be entered in your giveaway Ginger.

I'm a follower.

Crystal Grandeur said...

We are Tea drinking nation.Love this post.Hope you visit me too..Thanks..Love from India...:):)

kitty said...

Hi Ginger, I'm already a follower of yours. I LOVE my iced tea and this is a wonderful giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity.

Tennsley said...

Stopped over from Market Yourself Monday Link Party.

Love your crystal pitcher and glass!


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xinex said...

I am in Urah and it is even hot here, Ginger. The green raspberry tea sounds refreshing... Chrustine

Debbiedoos said...

What a lovely giveaway. Even if you don't live in the South most people love Tea, I know I do...these look wonderful Ginger.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh my word, peach iced tea, that sounds soooooooo good. Thanks tons for joining Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

Curtains in My Tree said...

I drink ice tea year round
and love a tea named Summerpudding

Babs said...

Ginger, I love peach tea and looked at Kroger today for it, but all they had were the other flavors. I'm on a mission now and headed to Publix and Walmart. Oh, they had mango tea, in addition to the raspberry and and the berry mix, but the peach is calling me. Pretty photo of the pitcher of tea.

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Ginger, this is a great giveaway and I hope I'm not too late to enter. I make tea everyday, and I've been mixing black tea and green tea for some very flavorful tea. I would love to try the peach tea, and best of all, I'd love that community cookbook. You know that I collect them, don't ya?

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

I liked Red Rose on FB!

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

I liked Salada on FB! Hope you have a great Fourth of July, Ginger!

Ivy and Elephants said...

Hi Ginger,
Being from the South, I love ice tea!
(Sweet tea as we call it, cause boy is it SWEET!) This sound delicious, I'm going to give it a try for sure!
Happy 4th of July!

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said... did I miss this post!!....I love Red Rose Tea...grew up on it and feel like it is the best tea around...and I have been collecting those wonderful Wade figurines for years!...

Babs said...

The Salada Peach and Nectarine sounds delicious, but I can't find at either Publix or Kroger. They have every flavor except that. :( I'm checking out a couple of other stores near here. Thanks for telling us about it.

Ann said...

What a great variety of teas. They sound good and look good. Not too sure if I can get them here. I'm off now to have my cup of black tea.

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