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AZ Cookbook Tea Blends Giveaway! (Winners Announced)

Giveaway Time!

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I have super exciting news! It’s a giveaway time on AZ Cookbook! I am giving away exclusive AZ Cookbook tea blends created specially for my tea-loving readers out there! They’ve recently been launched in my online store and have been very popular! Full of flavor, exotic, unique—now free for you!

Holidays are just around the corner—these tea blends make a perfect gift! It is great for any other occasion, too. You can keep them for yourself or make it a present for your tea-loving friends and family. Win-win all the way! Everybody will love them!


1-ounce packets of  not one, not two, but 3 different tea blends (1 packet is enough to brew up to 15 cups of tea, or even more depending on how strong you like your tea)


7! This means each of these 7 winners will receive 3 tea packs with 3 different tea blends!


AZCookbook Tea Sampler Pack


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