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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Closed - Coombs Family Farms organic maple syrup giveaway


If you have followed my blog long you know that I recently reviewed the delicious maple syrup from Coombs farm. You can read this review here If you are new to my blog or do not remember the review let me refresh your memories a bit to the deliciousness of Coombs Family Farm maple syrup and products.
The Coombs Famiy Farm is just as it says a farm that is ran and maintained by a family. To me that means that the product that comes from it is much more tasty because of the love that goes into it. The taste of the syrup that we received from Coombs Famiy Farm was delicious not too sweet but sweet enough. It was different than any syrup that we have ever tried. This my own opinion and yours may be different than mine but I can tell you that my husband has placed this at the top of his Christmas list wants.
For seven generations the Coombs Family Farm has been tended by their family and has produced maple syrup since 1840. The delicious syrup is 100% organic certified. But don't take my word for it try some for your self. You can purchase the delicious product from Amazon.com
Win: The Coombs Farm wants to offer one of Annie's Home readers a delicious reward. The chance to win a Grade B jug of Coombs Maple Syrup (value $26.00) of their own.
To win: you must visit the first review and watch a video I shared there and then come back and leave me a comment letting me know which one you watched and you must visit the Coombs Family Farm website and let me know something that I did not share in the review. (this is for 2 entries simply leave the answers in 2 comments)
Extra Entries:
  • follow my blog
  • sign up for eletter from Coombs farm (3 entries)
  • subscribe to my blog (2 entries)
  • grab my button and let me know where you place it (3 entries)
  • follow my blog on twitter
  • tweet about the giveaway (1 entry per tweet with limit of 3 tweets a day)
  • blog about the giveaway (5 entries)

Contest starts now and runs through December 19, 2009. Please have email in comment or on blog. Open to all Good Luck

99 comments:

  1. I went to their website.

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  2. I watched Small is the Big Idea.

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  3. I watched the first one. I love that it is certified organic. I heard on the clip that it is the same trees that they tapped in the 1800s. They do not use buckets which is neat as I thought that is what they used.
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  4. I follow
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  5. I signed up for the eletter #1
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  6. I signed up for the eletter #2
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  7. I signed up for the eletter #3
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  8. I follow on twitter - tatertot374
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  10. I watched the 2nd video where they talked about being a sustainable farm.

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  11. They make a Buttermilk & Maple pancake mix that sounds delicious!

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  12. I subscribe-entry #1.

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  13. I subscribe-entry #2.

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  14. I watched both videos, but found the second one about sustainability truly inspiring. Bravo for them. katklaw777 at yahoo dot com Great giveaway, thanks!

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  15. I looked around their site and found some wonderful recipes. The Maple Bacon Sea Scallops sounds delish. Thanks

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  16. The five USDA grades include three Grade A's (Light Amber Maple, Medium Amber Maple, Dark Amber Maple) and two darker syrups, Grade B Maple and a Commercial Maple Grade

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  17. The five USDA grades include three Grade A's (Light Amber Maple, Medium Amber Maple, Dark Amber Maple) and two darker syrups, Grade B Maple and a Commercial Maple Grade

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    subscribed to coombs family farm #1

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  28. I watched the "Sustainability Taking the Long View" video. It's so interesting to think that they are tapping the same trees as two generations ago, and that those trees will still be there in 200 years.

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  29. I vistited the website and learned that in addition to being able to purchase the syrup on-line, if you email them with your town and zip code, they'll email you back with a list of stores where there products are available near you.

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  30. I signed up for their eletter from Coombs Farm #1

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  31. I signed up for their eletter from Coombs Farm #2

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  32. I signed up for their eletter from Coombs Farm #3

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  33. I learned that they have recipes on their site! I want to try their maple hap recipe!

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  34. I learned that there are 4 different grades of syrup, Grade A: light, medium and dark amber, and Grade B

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  35. I signed up for the coombs Family eletter! 1

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  36. I signed up for the coombs Family eletter! 2

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  37. I signed up for the coombs Family eletter! 3

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  38. I signed up for the coombs Family eletter! 2

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  39. I signed up for the coombs Family eletter! 3

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  40. watched the Sustainability Taking the Long View video.
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  41. I learned Coombs Farm has a seven tiered grading standard for their maple syrup.
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  43. subscriber 1
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  48. follow on twitter @throuthehaze
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  51. I learned they have 3 grades of syrup

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  52. Have your button:
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  61. I watched the sustainability video and enjoyed it. it is an issue close to my heart.

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  62. I visited their site and read about their maple candy
    The ingredient list for our Pure Maple Candy is short. Quite simply, it's the finest 100% Pure Maple Syrup, period! One bite of this delicious treat with its smooth creamy texture will send you back in time to when you were a kid.

    sounds so good!

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  63. I signed up for their newsletter

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  66. I subscribe to your emails

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  68. I have your button in my sidebar

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  71. I follow you in twitter

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  72. I tweeted

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  73. http://twitter.com/GabbyLowe/status/6805807493

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  74. I watched the sustainablity video.

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  75. I learned that Coombs farms doesn't just package maple products, they produce maple syrup, sugar, and candy on their farm.

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  76. I follow on google friend connect

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  77. I subscribe by email
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  78. I subscribe by email
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  79. I follow on twitter, lunaj1456

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  80. I learned they have 3 grades of syrup

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  81. I learned they have 3 grades of syrup

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  82. I follow your blog


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  83. I follow on twitter as Prairiebelle



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  84. tweeted

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