I’m a little behind the times and only recently purchased a Keurig brewer because I am more of a café-style coffee drinker (cappuccinos, mochas, lattes) and my previous single serve coffee maker could make all of those. The last few months I have been trying to find a k-cup coffee flavor I liked, but nothing compared to my Mochas. That is why I am so excited about the new Gevalia two-step single-serve café-style k-cups.
Snow in Iowa will be here before you know it and it truly is a pain to go out when it’s cold and snowy just for a coffee. And even then, a coffee can cost up to $4.00! The Gevalia two-step k-cups 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.
Two-Step Single-Serve Café-Style K-cups
In two easy steps, you can skip the coffee shop, by simply pouring the froth packet, made from real milk, into a mug. Then, brew the rich, Gevalia Espresso Roast single-serve cup in a Keurig K-Cup brewer, stir and enjoy!
- 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. Today I sprinkled in pumpkin pie spice and it was delicious!!
Visit FoamAtHome.Gevalia.com for more information and a free sample of Gevalia Mocha Latte starting on National Coffee Day, September 29.
Simply leave a comment below with which flavor you’d like to try the most to be entered to win a box of the new Gevalia cafe K-cups. Earn an extra entry by tweeting this post! A winner will be chosen on October 16th.
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.