A giveaway! What Colour do you feel today?

Just in time for Christmas and the New Year, I received a gift basket of the new Colour Therapy teas from Tetley, so in the spirit of the holidays, we`re going to host a little giveaway here on Foodie.ca

Tetley Herbal TeasThese are a new line of herbal teas that have been blended with colour (and mood in mind).

The new flavours have enticing names like Soothe, Calm and Warmth and Clarity, and blend ingredients like chamomile, lemon, blueberry, ginseng and cinnamon.

The folks at Tetley have put together this basket with a generous supply of the range of teas, a tea pot and canister for you to figure out which colours and flavours best match your mood.  There are also 50 greeting cards in the mix.

So to the contest!

We`re keeping this simple!  Just leave a comment below telling us what colour you feel today.  If you have something you like to do that always lifts your mood (tea-related or not) we`d love to hear that too!

On Dec 31, 2010,  we will pick a winner at random from the comments and ship the basket out to you — its that simple!

Tetley Herbal Teas

About 

From Victoria, British Columbia

Janice Mansfield is a personal chef living and working in Victoria, B.C. She began Real Food Made Easy, to provide personal chef, catering and gluten-free baking services, after working for 18 years in government as an economist. In her business, she brings a love of growing and preparing food, with an insatiable desire to fully research as many aspects of food production and preparation as humanly possible! A core philosophy in everything she does is that Real Food, when made from scratch with fresh, local ingredients, is not only better for us, but infinitely more delicious! Through her blog, she shares experiments in gluten-free cooking, as well as tips on creating casual "real food" dinners that can be recreated in your home kitchen.

Janice also has a passion for classic cocktails, and hopes to bring an appreciation of well-balanced and carefully crafted cocktails to anyone who enjoys imbibing. She recently began a second component of her business, House Made, to create artisanal cocktail bitters and syrups, and to help teach people how to create classic style cocktails for themselves.

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27 Responses

  1. Kevin says:

    I’m feeling fuscia

  2. Bryan says:

    Feelin’ green, its not easy being green.

  3. Matt says:

    Is plaid a colour?

  4. Cathie says:

    I’m having a purple kinda day!

  5. Raymond says:

    Feeling very RED today…some nice GREEN tea should do the trick!

  6. Laurie says:

    I feel white today…in honour of the winter solstice and the days getting longer and brighter! :O)

  7. purple is my favourite colour and remembers me of someone with spontaneous outbursts yet with the sensibility to know better 🙂

  8. Glenn says:

    Feeling a little blue due to post-birthday blues, coming down off a great week end! Cheers

  9. Anonymous says:

    I’m feeling orange. Music always lifts my mood.

  10. Melodie1974 says:

    Red! It always makes me feel good, better, etc.

  11. Amesly says:

    I’m feeling in the pink! (I’m in a pink housecoat, which may explain things).

  12. Paul Holmes says:

    How about a Christmas colour: Brown. Yes, brown for chocolate!

  13. Sandra says:

    I’m feeling mint green.

  14. Purple… Christmas Day is just around the corner with only 4 more sleeps!!

  15. Elfgirl__ says:

    Today I feel grey! (That’s ok, though; it doesn’t mean I’m sad! I’m just enjoying the rain.)

  16. Ikkinlala says:

    I feel grey today, but things are looking up.

  17. Donna Morrison says:

    Definately purple for prosperity in 2011. I think we’re all done with “recession”!

  18. Donna says:

    Today I feel a vibrant color of rose. I have lots of energy-which is good because I have mega things to do. I love tea-drink at least 4 cups a day but prefer caffine free tea.

  19. Irenebisby says:

    Today I am feeling blue because it’s kinda cold here, not really I just need to put shoes and socks on but still Blue is the colour I am identify with.

  20. Mari says:

    Turquoise is my colour today – survived Christmas, things are food and, I even had the flu

  21. Julie says:

    Today i think im craving orange (dont know if im there yet). Its Chilly out and I need some inside warmth. Over the holidays we made many a blueberry tea to keep us warm while we sat infront of the fire. They both have that wonderful orangy glow.

  22. I feel Peridot today! I love the colour so much that I named my greeting card company PeridoTulips!! Peridot is the colour of spring grass, and kiwi fruit and the birthstone of August! nCooking something healthy like the turkey soup I created today, lifts my mood, as I get to share it with my family!!!

  23. Anonymous says:

    Congratulations Elfgirl_ ! You are the lucky winner of the Tetley Tea basket!!! Pls email me some contact info and we can get the basket to you ASAP 🙂 janice@realfoodmadeeasy.ca

  24. Anonymous says:

    Elfgirl_, still waiting to hear from you for your basket! If we don’t hear from you today, we’ll drawing for a runner up! Please email your deets to me at janice@realfoodmadeeasy.ca

  25. Anonymous says:

    Ok, Round 2, since we didn’t hear from Elfgirl_, we have have done a second draw, and the winner is … Raymond! Please email your deets to janice@realfoodmadeeasy.ca

  26. I would choose red for my color today; it makes me hot and warm today, with lots of color red gift wrappers I see. Thanks for posting this. I have fun reading those comments.

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