Gourmet Coffee and #CupofKaffe



We just moved last Friday so Gourmet Coffee was a must have to jump start my energy level through out the move.  My first item packed was my Keurig single serve coffee machine.  I was also excited to try the Gevalia single-serve coffee.  Moving takes every bit of energy out of you.  I want to start my morning off with a K-cup that is quick and easy to prepare with zero mess.



I was excited to try Gevalia Mocha Latte, Gevalia Caramel Macchiato and Gevalia Cappuccino, one or all three.  I went with the Cappuccino because that was all that was left at my Walmart.  The Gevalia Mocha Latte box looked like it was run over by a bus so I went with only the Cappuccino.  You can check out my shopping experience on my Google + profile.  


You pour the froth packet into your cup first and then you add the espresso K-cup into the Keurig machine and let if brew, I watched magically my Cappuccino appear.


I chose the 8 ounce cup size.


I was already feeling a bit relaxed and ready to get my day started.  I don't need any sweets when I want to indulge and treat myself.  Just straight up flavor.


Did I say I love my Keurig single serve coffee maker?   I cut out trendy high cost coffee shop drinks a long time ago.  I am looking for the Best Single Serve Coffee that I can enjoy at home.  That can really add up in a year!  How about treating myself to a new pair of boots at the end of the year?



In the afternoon I am ready for a little pick me up.  The Gevalia Cappuccino delivered.  I add a topping of whipped cream for a little bit of sweetness and a well deserved break from my busy day of working and unpacking my house.

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April DecheineAbout April Decheine

April ran away from Suburbia to live life more sustainably with her husband. The kids are all grown but return quite often. She is a little city mixed in with Martha Stewart like smarts. She is an ex IT downsized Corporate gal. Follow her as she learns all the Green Acres chores on her 40 acre farm while introducing her readers to products she believes in.

 
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