Monday, April 14, 2008

Birthday Contributor Post - Herb & Ginger

I am not a tea drinker but I'm getting close to converting. Just the smell of Herb + Ginger teas make me crave the hot soothing drink. I've purchased a couple of times from them for family gifts and their delicious creations are always a huge hit.

Enjoy their Berry Fruity tea if you win the Birthday Celebration Gift Giveaway!

And if you place an order with Casto Creations during the month of April you'll receive an absolutely divine smelling sample of tea, Queen's Caramel. You better hurry because hubby is itching to drink all my samples!

Herb + Ginger's service is outstanding and I highly recommend them. My family loves their teas, sugars, and other goodies and I know you will too.

8 comments:

Melissa said...

Yum! Those teas sound delicious and the cups on the packages are just too cute!

Huguette said...

Sounds great! I'm not a tea either, but I'm trying to get off the soda and getting bored with plain water all the time, this sounds like it might be something I would like to try ♥

jennsquared said...

I'm a sucker for tea. I'll be heading over there now to order some... yum.

Matthew S. Urdan said...

Hey, Thanks for stopping my blog and commenting on MonDak! Here was my response to all my commenters on that post:

MontanaDave: Thanks for the comment and the insight! There was just an article on it in Business Week's new magazine venture: "Good" in the May/June issue. There wasn't any info regarding the inability to get at the oil other than the frac process. I searched all over the net for it before making this post, and all I could find to support it was an article in the Missoula News from January. Seemed very odd to me.

Anonymous: Thanks for the link!

Castocreations: Thanks for the comment...in this case I don't think it's the environmentalists blocking recovery of the oil. We're talking the East Montana/West North Dakota border region. There's nothing out there and agriculture is difficult at best. As Montanadave commented, there are easier places to get oil, summers get up t0 110, and winters to -50 and they're really isolated--90 mile drives to the nearest McDonald's.

Thanks for commenting everyone!

blueviolet said...

That's awesome! Thanks for sharing that. There's an awful lot of truth in it.

Roxy said...

mmmm I love tea! This sounds yummy.

laura said...

I drink tea, not coffee. So I love little tea stores and finding great new blends. Thanks for recommending them!

Bunny B said...

I'm not a tea drinker either, but fruit teas are delish!!