Brighten Up Your Afternoon With Java Factory Roasters Giveaway
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Did you know there have been five attempts throughout history to ban coffee? Yupper! According to an article, I saw in Good Housekeeping, “Coffee was first banned in Mecca in 1511 because leaders believed it stimulated radical thinking. And, 16th-century Italian clergymen tried to ban coffee because they believed it to be “satanic.” However, Pope Clement VII loved coffee so much that he lifted the ban and had coffee baptized in 1600. But Ottoman leader Murad IV took it even further when he ascended the throne in 1623 by creating the first punishments for drinking coffee, which included beatings and being thrown into the sea.”
Could you imagine the world without coffee? It would be a very strange place indeed. A couple of times a day I must have my iced coffee, it is what keeps me going and ready to take on the next challenge. Recently, I had the chance to check out Java Factory Variety Pack Single Cup Coffee for Keurig Brewers, 40 Count, and I must say that they when it comes to flavors these are totally amazing. Included in the variety pack is the Smooth Caffeinator, Da Bomb, Dark and Handsome, Wakey Wakey, Choconut and Vanilla Dream.
Java Factory uses 100% Arabica beans that are perfectly roasted and ground for a robust, never-bitter flavor you’ll love. The real secret is the single-serve, Java Factory cup. In fact, an independent laboratory coffee testing found that there advanced caged filter system causes “turbulation” within the grounds, helping the coffee diffuse better throughout the cup and enhancing the flavor.
After reading so much information about Java Factory, I was so excited to get to work trying this out. I have always been a fan of anything vanilla so when I saw that there was a vanilla flavored coffee my little heels clicked three times, and I ran off to the blender. The Vanilla Dream is a vanilla and toffee flavored coffee that is sure to make you float after you have tried it. All of the other flavors were amazing as well such as the Choconut, which is a chocolate and coconut flavored coffee. There is really something in this package for everyone!
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Make A Vanilla Dream & Caramel Iced Coffee
Making iced coffee for me is so much more than just throwing in some ice cubes. Years ago I got addicted to the McDonalds Frappes, so I came up with a solution to make my own at home but even better. Using the Java Factory Vanilla Dream really has given my little treat an elevated flavor and a just right sweetness I actually have a hard time finding any place else.
To make my iced coffee, it is very easy! Simply take your favorite blend of Java Factory from the Variety Pack and brew. Please note that this pack is not for a Keurig 2.0, but if you would like a simple hack you can see it here. Add you milk or creamer (I use Italian Sweet Cream). Add the preferred amount of ice to a blender along with anything else you would like to put in. I also do at times add a bit a vanilla ice cream to give it that perfect flavor, for this blend I used Vanilla Bean ice cream. Blend and enjoy!! How simple is that right?
I always add a bit of caramel to the glass and in the blender, I just love the combination of flavor and sweetness.
In all, I totally adore the Java Factory Variety Pack Single Cup Coffee for Keurig Brewers, 40 Count! All of the flavors are amazing, and you really can do so much with them. You can purchase this variety pack on Amazon for $22.00, which is not a bad price at all for the cups that you receive. I would suggest checking this pack out if you are interested to see which is your favorite flavor, or if you and your family have different tastes in coffee. There surely is a cup that everyone will enjoy!!
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