Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Eco at Heart Stainless Steel Drinking Straws Review + Giveaway



I got the chance to try out these awesome stainless steel straws by ECO at Heart. I do actually own some other stainless steel straws which are smaller so having these larger ones have been perfection. What's cool is you can put these straws in the fridge which is where I keep mine so they are nice and cold when its time to use them. I'm really diggin this brand because they are all about being green and I love being green. ECO FRIENDLY ALTERNATIVE TO PLASTIC & BPA FREE - An Excellent Alternative to Plastic Straws. Saves Throwing Plastic Waste Into Landfills.


I enjoyed a drink of iced tea here with my straw but i see these being more useful for thicker drinks like fruit smoothies or milkshakes.

These straws come with a brush cleaner for your convenience.

Really hard to see, sorry but if you look closely at my thumb and middle finger you can see their logo etched in. I think it adds a cute personal touch.

And here's a cute little picture I took with my kitten and Eco at Heart Straws. You can view the picture here on instagram directly--> http://instagram.com/p/tnPN8KvJuX/?modal=true

** If you could give me some love over there and like the picture I would greatly appreciate that! **


You can buy your own Eco at Heart stainless steel drinking straws on Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00K7VGAMO/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Also, be sure to check out Eco at Heart's website to learn more about them here: http://ecoatheart.com/

Follow them on Instagram:  http://instagram.com/ecoatheart?modal=true


Want to win a set of Eco at Heart Stainless Steel Drinking straws for yourself? Enter here!




 


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3 comments:

  1. Those look really interesting. Thanks for the review.

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  2. To live a more "green" life, I try to buy fewer processed foods and instead buy in bulk.

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  3. I am the crazy suburban composted. I compost every single scrap of vegetable matter from our kitchen plus leaves and grass cuttings. It actually (over time) produces some lovely compost for my garden.

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