Thursday, July 1, 2010

Tropical Traditions Canadian Raw Honey Giveaway and Review




Congratulations to my winner, LAMusing #26, who said:
I follow on GFC (#1)  I will e-mail you as well with the good news!  

 Tropical Traditions has proved once again that it is a company that offers only the highest quality food products.  This Canadian Raw Honey is exquisite!  It is not clear, like many honeys, but creamy and smooth.  The taste is perfect!  It is almost like a rich butter going onto your toast.  Because it is so very good, I don't want to waste it in baking.  I'll go and get a lesser quality honey to disappear into my cooking.  This honey was made for eating straight!  Try it, you'll see what I mean.

 For first time purchasers, please use the referral code 5954910.  You will receive a complimentary copy of the book 'Virgin Coconut Oil:  How It Has Changed People's Lives And How It Can Change Yours' with your purchase.  This book includes over 85 recipes using coconut oil and research showing the health benefits of coconut oil!
 You can purchase Tropical Traditions Canadian Raw Organic Honey (17 oz.) now through July 8th for 50% off!
Tropical Traditions would like to give one of my readers a glass jar of their pure Canadian Raw Honey!  Here is what you can do to win it!

Mandatory: Visit Tropical Traditions and tell me something else about their honey or honey in general!


Extra entries:
+1  Become a Facebook Fan of Tropical Traditions here!  If you are already a fan, mention it in a comment!


+1 Follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter!  Please leave your follower name!


+1 Follow me on Twitter and tweet about the giveaway.  You can do this once daily for extra entries! You can copy and paste this!
"#Win @TropTraditions a 17 oz. glass jar of Canadian Raw Honey http://tiny.cc/bbl4g  Ends 7/15"  Leave your tweet status!


+5 Blog about this Giveaway.  Leave me the post link!

+3 Grab my Button and post it on your main page! Leave me where you did it!

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Open to US and Canada (well, since the honey IS from Canada...;)
Giveaway will run through July 15th at which time the winner will be chosen through random.org and be notified through e-mail.  
Good luck and thanks so much for participating!  

Hugs, 
 Helena
Disclaimer:  I was provided product in exchange for an honest and fair review!

54 comments :

Jessica Hills said...

Most commercial honeys available on the market today come from bee farms, where the bees are controlled within a certain area and get their pollen from usually only one kind of flower. I didn't know that!

Jessica Hills said...

I am a fan of Tropical Traditions on facebook

Jessica Hills said...

I am following them on twitter

Jessica Hills said...

I follow you on twitter too.

Jessica Hills said...

I am a follower of your blog #1

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I am a follower of your blog #2

Jessica Hills said...

I am subscribed #1

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I am subscribed #2

pat said...

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pat said...

i found out:the honey is only harvested during a 6-week period in the summer

deanna said...

new knowledge: Properly crystallized honey has a fine, smooth texture.
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Wanda said...

Tropical Traditions Organic Raw Honey has not been subjected to the heat of processing, only warmed enough to flow.
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Wanda said...

I am already a fan of Tropical Traditions.
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Wanda said...

I follow Tropical Traditions on Twitter.
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Wanda said...

I am following you on Twitter and I tweeted.
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Wanda said...

I just became a follower on Google Friend Connect.
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I am a subscriber to your RSS Feed via Google Reader.
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LAMusing said...

Their honey contains live yeast and enzymes, because it has not been processed

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LAMusing said...

I follow on GFC (#1)

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I follow on GFC (#2)

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WinItMama said...

I visited Tropical Traditions and learned that true raw honey does not deteriorate with age. =)
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I'm a facebook fan of Tropical Traditions!
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Sue said...

I read that truly raw honeys do not deteriorate with age. Thanks for the giveaway.

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WinItMama said...

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Amy said...

I am a fan of tropical traditions.

Amy said...

I would like to know how long it would take to us 15lb of honey? That's a lot of working bees.

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matt4melis said...

I went to their website and learned "a bee’s flying range is determined by their natural instinct which tells them to stay within their natural four mile range from the hive location. Finding area which can be certified organic is extremely difficult, which is why there are so few certified organic honeys on the market. Tropical Traditions sources its honey from hives in the wild frontier areas of Canada."

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