Giveaway: AcroAma Organic Spice Blends Sampler — $50 Value

by Ann Marie Michaels on January 22, 2013

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AcroAma Blends Organic Spices

AcroAma Blends is giving away a sampler package of their fantastic organic herb and spice blends (including free shipping) to my readers. This giveaway will run through January 28th, 2013 at midnight EST.

Why I Love AcroAma Organic Spice Blends

Guys, I am in love with these organic spice blends. They are honestly the best spices I have ever tasted.

I ordered a jar of the AcroAma Northern European blend (pictured above) a couple of weeks ago. We were considering bringing them on as a sponsor for Village Green Network. The Northern European blend is a combination of French grey sea salt, black peppercorns, sage, thyme, nutmeg, and coriander.

I thought to myself, “It’s nice that they are organic.” But, honestly, I wasn’t expecting much. I’ve bought lots of spices in my time and they’re all pretty much the same.

This was different. I could tell the moment I opened up the jar. The aroma of fresh herbs wafted up. I swear, it was like I had walked outside to my own garden and brought in some fresh sage and time.

As an experiment, I decided to open up a recently purchased jar of organic thyme from my cupboard. No aroma. Nada!

Then I tasted both. Oh my gosh! It was night and day. The organic thyme from my cupboard had ZERO flavor. Like cardboard. But the AcroAma Northern European came alive in my mouth. I was so excited, I couldn’t wait to roast some lamb chops and Brussels sprouts for dinner. And it did not disappoint. Best lamb chops ever!

I was so excited, I bought their whole line of spice blends. And I’m not kidding you, I intend to throw out most of the rest of our spices. I don’t need that junk cluttering up a whole cupboard because I will never use them again.

In other words, now that I’ve tasted raw, grass-fed milk, I will never go back to pasteurized.

Why AcroAma Organic Spice Blends is Different

AcroAma is like no other spice company on the market. They are committed to sustainable food and nutrient-density.

According to their website:

We begin at the source, with farmers and producers who are committed to bio-sustainability and organic processes. Our herbs come from the finest certified organic gardens, with every seasoning blend handcrafted in small batches for a gentler, healthier way to preserve their benefits and ensure freshness. Each blend is 100% certified organic and non-irradiated, containing no hidden fillers, fragrances, anti-caking agents, or ingredients of any kind.

AcroAma Blends are not irradiated. It is the only gourmet organic spice company in the world that uses the Acroganic ProcessTM to ensure the most authentic tasting herbs and spices. (I guess that’s their “secret sauce”!)

And no plastic for them. The jars are made of glass, “classic London rectangles with cork tops, made from recycled materials.”

Lastly, AcroAma Blends’ organic seasonings are designed and handcrafted by gold-medal winning European Chef Stephen Dowe of the Perry Street Brasserie, one of the top 100 restaurants in the United States.

Enter for a Chance to Win an AcroAma Blends Sampler

There are 3 easy steps to enter:

1. Click the link below and sign up for the AcroAma newsletter on their site. (Note: you have to scroll down to the bottom of the page.) This is the mandatory entry.

2. Click the link in the Rafflecopter widget below for the mandatory entry.
3. Sign up for extra entries using Rafflecopter.

UPDATE! I added TEN more entries! Pin this post on Pinterest and you will get TEN ENTRIES to win!

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Note: This contest is open to readers in the U.S. only.

The winner will be chosen via The winner will be announced on January 29th, 2013 on my blog. Winner will have 48 hours to contact me with his or her full name, address, and phone number. No purchase necessary to win.

Good luck, everybody!

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