National Coffee Day is this Sunday! If you have a Keurig (and if you don’t you should really get one) you can celebrate this day with a cup of coffee that tastes like you got it at the corner coffee shop. Gevalia Coffee has released a revolutionary two-step single-serve café-style coffee beverages – made from real milk – to empower coffee lovers to enjoy a Cappuccino, Caramel Macchiato or Mocha Latte from their Keurig K-Cup brewers at home.
The process is simple – you brew your coffee like you normally would but you add the contents of a packet included with your K-Cup before you brew. Simply add the contents of the packet to the cup and then brew as you normally would.
The first one I tried was the Mocha Latte. I have to admit I didn’t have high hopes for the actual coffee. I figured it would be powdery or grainy and was delighted to find it was neither. The Mocha Latte was actually as good, if not better, that the one I had at the big name coffee shop the day before. It was actually better, didn’t taste bitter at all and it was a whole lot less expensive.
I was surprised at how frothy the coffee was. It was rich and smooth, just like I’d expect if I paid $4 for it. And at 80 calories a serving it made a perfect treat without spoiling my diet.
The other two flavors Caramel Macchiato and Cappuccino were just as tasty, though my favorite is the Mocha Latte.
Taste for yourself — visit FoamAtHome.Gevalia.com for more information and a free sample of Gevalia Mocha Latte starting on National Coffee Day, September 29.
Gevalia café-style beverages come in three delicious varieties, all made from real milk:
- Mocha Latte — A creamy, perfectly balanced blend of cocoa and coffee topped with a velvety layer of foam
- Caramel Macchiato — Creamy and smooth, with the indulgent flavor of caramel, topped with a velvety layer of foam
- Cappuccino — Smooth, mildly sweet with subtle roasted coffee notes, topped with a velvety layer of foam
Gevalia café-style beverages are available for purchase in six packs ($8.49 SRP) and nine packs ($11.99 SRP) at grocery, drug and mass retailers nationwide, as well as online at Gevalia.com.
If you’d like a chance to win a free box of your favorite flavor of Gevalia café-style K-Cups coffee leave a comment telling my your favorite flavor and I’ll choose one at random. The winner will be chosen October 4th. Like my book Minnesota Nice on Facebook for an extra entry.
This post is brought to you by Gevalia Coffee from Kraft Foods and The Motherhood. I received a sample of Gevalia Coffee and I’ve been compensated for my time. All opinions are my own.