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#TastyParTEA Bloggers Dream Up Over a Dozen #InspiredbyNature Tea-Infused Recipes #sponsor

It's autumn! For me, that equates to lots of time in front of the fireplace with a book in one hand and a mug of tea in the other. Do you adore tea? If so, then #TastyParTEA - a multi-day, multi-blogger event - is for you.



A baker's dozen bloggers have come together to share different recipes that use tea during the month of November. Whether you're a fan of sweet or savory #TastyParTEA's creations will make your mouth water.

See all the posts on our Facebook page, check out the pins on our Pinterest boardor follow the conversation on social media with hashtag #TastyParTEA.


We Are the #TastyParTEA Bloggers... 
listed alphabetically by blog name



Our Blog Tour Schedule...

The Giveaway...
Our generous sponsors have contributed prizes for this event. 
The giveaway will begin on November 12th and end on November 21st
and is open to US residents only.
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Our Sponsors*... 
and how you can find them around the internet

Charles Viancin
on the web, on Twitter, on Facebook, on Instagram, on Pinterest



The Republic of Tea
on the web, on Twitter, on Facebook, on Pinterest, on Instagram

*Disclosure: Bloggers received complimentary products from sponsors for the creation of this event. This is a sponsored post that contains affiliate links. 
Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are our own.*

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  1. i love peppermint tea

    Jacquie AT Comcast DOT net

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  2. I love tea, because it comes in so many varieties. My favorite is lemon honey.

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