Mrs Tink’s BIGGER than Big 5 Weeks of Christmas Giveaways! Grand Prize Week – Jura



I’m a bit of a coffee fanatic and the most used appliance in my kitchen is not my oven, not my dishwasher, not my microwave…. It’s my JURA coffee Machine or Mr Jura as I call him. 

My Jura coffee machine is there through times of good and through times of bad and the easy breeziness of him has me coming back for more time and time again. The quality and design of the Jura machines are second to none, and the coffee it produces is that you would expect of a barista in a cafe. Since my Jura machine arrived I’ve saved on average $40 a week! It’s been without a doubt the best addition our house has ever received (except of course Master 6 and Miss 1 although Mr Jura is quiet)  

Now you’ve seen my coffee selfies non stop this year and to because its the season for giving my good friends at Jura have put together the ultimate coffee pack to gift valued at $200 to one lucky reader. For a chance to WIN simply share with me your Christmas highlight ? 
Our judges will choose their favourite answer and announce a winner on the 5th of January at 10pm

Winners have 48 hours to claim their prize before redraw.

The giveaways are open to Australian Residents only.

Merry ‘Tinkmas’

Mrs Tink xx


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In 2000, with JURA’s dominance in the European market growing, Australian consumers for the first time were able to experience and enjoy JURA’s range of premium fully automatic coffee machines, bringing JURA’s philosophy of precision engineering and unparalleled service to the Australian market.

In January 2012, with its commitment to the Australian Market reinforced, JURA Australia Espresso Pty Ltd became the eighth affiliate to join the JURA Group, continuing to sell JURA’s range of fully automatic coffee machines through a large national network of distributors and retailers.

With its main office located in Melbourne, JURA Australia inaugurated its first Hospitality Centre in January 2012, also in Melbourne. The Hospitality Center provides our customers an insight into the world of coffee. Here you can experience our service philosophy with transparent costs and services. A specialist will lead you through the diagnosis of your machine. To ensure that the repair is not only of the best quality, we have introduced the capped price system for a cost effective and efficient service. The Hospitality Centre is the perfect place to receive expert knowledge and advice on fully automatic coffee machines, bringing JURA’s commitment to service and support to our customers

24 thoughts on “Mrs Tink’s BIGGER than Big 5 Weeks of Christmas Giveaways! Grand Prize Week – Jura

  1. Amy says:

    My christmas highlight was seeing the smile on my nan’s face when we arrived for christmas…. being 93 now and the independent woman living in her 3 bed house she has become a little forgetful never the less we love her and this was just the best to see her play with miss 4 and miss 2 she even wrote in her memory book about it… bless

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  2. Leigh Isabeth says:

    The highlight of my Christmas was watching my little boy enter the lounge and seeing the look of wonderment and awe as absorbed the gifts around the tree and spotting the trike he’s been busting for since seeing his cousins one x

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  3. nikki cashion says:

    Being with my grand daughter , I don’t get to see her a great deal since I moved , plus seeing my little sister who we only get to see at xmas time


  4. Mamaliving says:

    My Christmas highlight was my entire family sitting around the table eating a fantastic feast! With health troubles with my dad, my sister living in Melbourne and my brother soon to be moving to Melbourne it was fantastic to have everyone together again. Family is what makes Christmas and to have my mum, dad, sisters and brothers, fiance and my two sons all together enjoying Christmas it was and still is my absolute highlight of this year!

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  5. Lisa Messenger says:

    My biggest highlight was seeing my girls faces when they opened the big pressie from Santa and it was a Barbie Campervan that they wanted last Christmas but Santa left them a letter saying he was very busy and every other little girls wanted one and he would have to remember a give you one the following year.

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  6. Susan Banyard says:

    Loved having all the grandchildren over but my highlight would have to be the tradition I grew up with for 40 years, Christmas morning Santa on the back of a ute going up and down every street in our town beeping the horn and throwing a bag of lollies to every child, the excitement on their faces are memories forever.


  7. Rachel Amanatidis says:

    My Christmas highlight Was spending it with my gorgeous 4 year old neighbour Edward who lost his mum suddenly 6 months ago And seeing him smile and laugh (at my funny teenage son )
    for the first time in ages !


  8. vonnie1964 says:

    My Christmas highlight was at 10am a knock at the door , a family that l had helped over the past few months came to wish me a Merry Christmas and had made me a beautiful cake as a thank you . l was totally floored to say the least that they took the time to come and give me a gift that was home made from the heart . The fact that they took the time to do this was just beautiful, l must admit l had a few tears and we had lots of hugs.


  9. Lucia Saal says:

    My Christmas highlight was traveling to Chicago IL to meet my first grandchild (a boy) who is just 4 months old. It has been an amazing adventure.


  10. Tanya Walsh says:

    My Christmas Highlight was watching my children open their presents with such excitement and delight , the lead up to Santas visit is always exiting , when the kids wake up at the crack of dawn and see what Santa has left their faces are just full of smiles . I remember when I was a child I could never get to sleep Christmas Eve and my kids are the same . It’s a very special day that all us parents enjoy , wish that would never end but as they get older it won’t be the same

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  11. Renee Carnegie says:

    Watching our son open his last gift from me 2 days after Christmas and “help” his Dad put it all together and then play with it for hours. If he had opened it Christmas morning we would have never gotten out of the house to visit family and missed the Boxing Day sales. Perfect timing to keep the boys busy so I could relax with an instant coffee because sadly I didn’t get a Mr Jura.

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  12. Kathryn says:

    My highlight this Christmas was having my Grandma out of hospital so we could enjoy our traditional Christmas family lunch together. Sometimes it’s just the little things that you know won’t last forever that makes you smile ☺️🎄🎁🎅

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  13. sheldyn says:

    My sister got stuck with her car broken down and the Christmas turkey in the heat with no reception for HOURS. Thats a low light.. the highlight was that none of us let it wreck the day and we all banded together to make it EVEN better! 🙂

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  14. Jo Taylor says:

    My mum staying with us for Christmas day..She got to see her Grandbabys open their presents ..Also making many more magic memory’s with my family and friends .


  15. Sophie Elliott says:

    Having the family all together, and the biggest of all was making the pork and getting the crackling perfect! Yeah, turned out just fine.


  16. sharyn w says:

    my christmas highlight was the fact my young son did not have to go to hospital on christmas day for an asthma flare up – we luckily started getting it under control christmas eve (he did have to take a strong steroid but it kept him out of hospital) so all christmas day was watching him closely but luckily the steroid worked and he managed to enjoy christmas day fine 🙂


  17. donna allen says:

    We were heading too mums for chrissy dinner and she normally dresses as Santa and hands out the pressies, My son came out of his room dressed up like an elf and said he was ready to go be nans little helper! Just so cute!


  18. Leanne Fromsa Jones says:

    My sister came out of hospital early to spend Christmas with the family. It was a fantastic Christmas highlight as she is currently 26 weeks pregnant with my first niece and we are all very happy they are both are doing well x


  19. Liz Jackson says:

    My highlight was actually Celebrating Christmas again. We have not Celebrated since Christmas 2011 as it was my Chronically ill Mother’s favorite day. But we lost her Mid 2012. So from Christmas 2012 we have not partaken in Christmas at all. just a normal day for us. But we finely got back up & decided to try. spent Christmas with my Husband’s family. So much fun, laughter, chatting, dancing, kids & Adults alike running around playing. it was the most gorgeous Day. I know Mum was looking down smiling once again, that we finally went back to Celebrating her day xxx


  20. Trena-Jane Rowlands says:

    Christmas is my favourite time of year. A few years ago I decided to introduce a new tradition for our family. We sit down Christmas Eve to a formal dinner & each open one gift from under the tree. We play Carols all night, dress the table like we’ve entered a competition from ‘Grand Designs’ & talk about the excitement of Santa visiting. This year I created an Asian Feast. A lot of work but it makes my family happy so very worth it😊

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