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#20daysofgiveaways Day 13: Win a Bosch Tassimo Coffee Machine


It's day 13 of our #20daysofgiveaways feature and today we are excited to be giving away a Bosch Tassimo Coffee Machine to one lucky reader! Whether you're a lover of cover or know someone who is this would make the perfect gift this Christmas!

The Bosch TAS4212GB Tassimo coffee maker ensures that a delicious hot beverage is only a touch of a button away!

Finished in an elegant black, this Bosch machine uses Tassimo T-Discs to identify the drink selected through unique bar code technology. It then adjusts water, brewing time and temperature in their perfect measurements to provide you with a satisfying drink.
And there’s no waiting around either! There is virtually no heat-up time thanks to innovative flow heater technology.
The large selection of drinks can be manually adjusted. Your choice includes:
  • Freshly brewed coffee
  • Creamy espresso
  • Cappuccino
  • Latte macchiato
  • Hot chocolate
  • Or perhaps you just fancy a good old-fashioned cup of tea!

To make things even easier, the removable 2L water tank is easy to refill, while a useful height adjustable stand allows a variety of cup and mug sizes - perfect for drinking coffee out of your favourite mug.

The automatic cleaning and descaling program, as well as dishwasher-safe parts, ensures this machine is effortless to maintain. A low energy consumption means it’ll be friendlier on your pocket too.
How to enter?
Enter via the rafflecopter below for your chance to win! Winners choice of black or red machine. This giveaway will close on December 20th 2013 and the winner will be announced on Facebook! Good luck! 
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201 comments

  1. cinnamon rolls.... esp ones from starbucks!! my favorite winter treat!!!

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  2. Pannetone :))

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  3. I love bags of clementines, oh, and cheese and biscuits, and chocolate. mmmmm chocolate oranges.

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  4. Mince pies heated up with fresh pouring cream :)

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  5. Mincepies- home made of course.

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  6. Hot turkey sandwiches and pretzels

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  7. Mince Pies with clotted cream

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  8. mince pies

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  9. My mams homemade stuffing :)

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  10. Mince Pies - gorgeous

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  11. I love all the little party snacks you get, like scotch eggs and filo prawns

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  12. Homemade sausage rolls (with a sherry on the side!)

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  13. Everything, but especially xmas pudding and brandy sauce

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  14. pigs in blankets

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  15. Turkey sarnies with sliced boiled egg and little gem lettuce. :)

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  16. Mince Pies

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  17. I'm not a cake fan but give me Gammon any day HAHAHAHHA

    Lotte xo

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  18. Chocolate pudding and custard. I'm not a fond of Christmas pudding.

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  19. I'm with Charlotte R.B, gammon is the way forward!
    gavin
    @gavrc

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  20. Before Christmas: mince pies, Christmas Day: turkey and all the trimmings Boxing Day: cold turkey and stuffing sandwiches. Mmm....can't wait!
    Merry Christmas to you and all entrants :)

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  21. Chocolate - Just to be sociable of course

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  22. Sherry trifle! and Rum Truffles

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  23. A multi-layered chocolate sponge cake.

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  24. Scottish Shortbread its lovely this time of year with a hot chocolate Yum

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  25. Sounds weird to some people, but I love sprouts :)

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  26. Christmas cake with wensleydale cheese

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  27. Mince pies

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  28. Turkey with cranberry sauce and anything else Christmasy!

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  29. chocolate and turkey

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  30. Blue cheese and figs x

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  31. Chocolate Yule Log with proper butter cream.

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  32. In the run up to Christmas it has to be home made liebkuchen!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  33. takeaways so i dont have to cook after busy days!

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  34. Warm mince pies with custard and cream

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  35. Cheese - love all the festive truckles

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  36. I love all the pickie food that you get this time of year, especially cashews, peanuts and pistachios. My absolute fave that I can't resist buying when I'm out and about though is hot roasted chestnuts, gets you in the Christmas spirit every time!

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  37. Puddings and chocolates

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  38. Mr Kipling Festive Bakewells :) xx

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  39. Home-made Christmas pudding and brandy cream...

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  40. Chocolate yule log and/or rum truffles!

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  41. special cake made only by me

    @avelte2000

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  42. It sounds odd but around Christmas I love parsnips in the roast dinners, and parsnip soup for lunches - it's so warm and yummy and always reminds me of Xmas!

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  43. Definitely mincepies and satsumas, not at the same time you understand, got to keep the vit c levels up :)

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  44. Mincepies and Xmas pudding!! x

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  45. Porridge. Filling and warming. A good breakfast to start the day.

    Rachel Craig

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  46. Cheese - 'fancy' cheeses like my aunt would serve when we went to visit her at Christmas, she designed the Christmas decorations they use in malls so her home was always *so beautiful* at Christmas, sounds strange remembering her in the form of cheese...lol...but there we go :-D

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  47. My Mum's very boozey Christmas cake (Hannah Bee Griffin)

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  48. Mince pies - can't get enough of them!

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  49. Pigs in blankets and roast parsnips.

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  50. I love party food - everything tastes even better in miniature

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  51. Chocolate log - all soft and gooey :)

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  52. choccie bikkies :)
    (ones that are supposed to be saved for xmas but are opened 1st december)

    laura
    xx

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  53. liqueur chocolates - cherry brandy most of all

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  54. Mmmmm homemade biscuits and mince pies of course! X

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  55. my own homemade christmas cookies ;-)

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  56. home made puff pastry mince pies :)

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  57. Mince Pies with fresh cream :-)

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  58. A puff pastry mince pie with a glass of warm mulled wine. Absolutely amazing.

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  59. Lots and lots of chocolate! Great prize!! :) xx

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  60. Gingerbread and Clementines :)

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  61. I really love honey roasted cashew nuts, they are my festive treat :)

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  62. Turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce sandwiches, mmmm :)

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  63. deep filled mince pies with brandy butter or iced topped mince pies.....i can't get enough of monce pies :)

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  64. Apart from chocolate? This year I'm loving Stollen :D

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  65. I'm addicted to Mince pies, yum.

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  66. A lovely homemade Thick Lamb Broth, Om Nom Nom Nom.

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  67. Nuts, lots of nuts. I don't know why.
    gavin
    @gavrc

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  68. A nice big bowl of beef casserole :)

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  69. turkey and all the trimmings x

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  70. sugared almonds and chocolates
    (kim neville)

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  71. I love to eat frosted sugar cookies.

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  72. Pigs in blankets are my favourite thing at this time of year :)

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  73. it's got to be the pate's at Christmas with their indulgent flavours, such as duck and orange, pheasant and cranberry. i can't get enough of them on warm brown toasted bread.

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  74. I do love mince pies :-)

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  75. Christmas cake, homemade of course!

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  76. stollen because you cant get it at any other time of the year.

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  77. Smoked Salmon and Garlic cheese on crackers!

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  78. Chocolate - same as the rest of the year :)

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  79. Chocolate yule log.

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