Organic Coffee Giveaway Ends 7/26

Welcome to the Roger’s Family Gourmet Coffee & Tea Market Giveaway!

Hosted by: Savory Savings

Sponsored by: Roger’s Family Gourmet Coffee & Tea Market


Most readers know by now that I enjoy a good cup of coffee. So you can understand why I couldn’t help but choose to be apart of this giveaway.

Roger’s Family Company Coffee & Tea Market offers USDA certified organic coffees and teas that will please any coffee or tea drinker.  Yay! Krista over at Savory Savings had the chance to review four of their amazing organic coffees and each flavor stood up to the test of her coffee-loving husband!   These coffees are not only organic, but sustainably grown, harvested and roasted – meaning not only will you have a safer coffee to drink for yourself, but a better and safer coffee for our Earth, too!


Some things you will like about the coffee are:

  • Full bodied

  • Smooth

  • Flavorful

  • Unique blends that are sure to please!

How would you like to win four 12 oz bags of organic coffee from Roger’s Family Gourmet Coffee & Tea Market?   Enter now for a chance to win!  This giveaway is open to US Residents only, ages 18 and older.  This giveaway will run from July 5, 2013 through July 26, 2013 at 8 PM CST.  Good luck!


Savory Savings did not receive any compensation for this post.  Disclosure: I did receive the products for free and am sharing my opinion with you.  My opinion may differ from yours.  Savory Savings and Gemini Mama are not responsible for sponsor prize shipment.  This promotion is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Facebook.  We hereby release Facebook of any liability.  The post may contain affiliate links. Winner(s) will be contacted by email and will have 48 hours after the giveaway ends to respond before another winner is selected.  All entries will be verified. 

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2 Responses to 'Organic Coffee Giveaway Ends 7/26'

  1. Gayle S says:

    I am impressed to learn of their eco-friendly, shade grown farming technique. Far too many companies lose sight of the importance to produce a high quality product over the desire to produce quantity.

  2. Gwendolyn T says:

    I learned that their coffee farms are in Mexico, Panama, and Rawanda. For some reason I thought all coffee farming was further away.

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