Anniversary Giveaway - Mountain Rose Herbs

This week marks Oak Hill Homestead's ninth blog anniversary. As a way of saying *thanks* to all of you, I'm running a giveaway every day this week. You can win some great items, so I hope you'll visit each day to enter.

During this week the giveaway posts will go live at 8:00 AM each day, with regular features posting at the usual 5:00 AM time. Visiting the blog will be twice as nice this week, right?

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This week's first giveaway is from Mountain Rose Herbs. This great company is where I buy the herbs I use that I haven't grown myself, and also the essential oils that I use in the soaps and other personal products that I make. As well as herbs and essential oils, Mountain Rose Herbs carries spices, teas, amber glass bottles and more, and they also feature recipes using those items. They are an organic, earth-friendly company.

Thank you, Mountain Rose Herbs, for helping me celebrate my blog anniversary.

Love Tea

Mountain Rose Herbs is providing a 4-ounce box of their new Love Tea, a sweet, floral tea with a crisp rosy aftertaste, to one of my readers. This tea is a blend of organic rose petals, organic damiana leaf, organic orange peel, organic cacao nibs roasted, organic cinnamon chips and organic vanilla bean powder. Just looking at the tea mix makes me happy.

They're also including this sage green ceramic mug that proclaims "Make Tea, Not War" so you can drink your tea in style.

Use the Giveaway Tool below to enter. One random winner will be chosen and notified by email. Winner must respond within 48 hours; if there's no response a new winner will be chosen. Prize will be shipped directly from Mountain Rose Herbs. Entries are limited to U.S. residents. You can see my complete giveaway policy here.

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