If you know me, you know I am a coffee lover. When I was contacted and asked if I would like to review the new Nescafe Single Serve Packets, I will admit I hesitated. After all, nothing can beat real coffee, instant did not have a good reputation in my mind and for no other reason than it was instant. So I decided I would at least give it a shot, what’s the worst that could happen, it would hold up to the reputation it had wrongly received right?
Surprise of all surprises, I loved it. Before I continue on with my written review let me tell you a bit about it on camera (we all know I like to be seen right):
So yes, my favorite was Vanilla but let me say that I love the simplicity and no mess of the Single serving packets. Â You simply open the packet, pour it into your cup, add hot water, stir and enjoy. Â Well, unless you are like me and love all things creamer, then you just add another step.
Some Coffee Facts For You (from the press sheet received):
- Coffee is the most popular drink world wide with over 400 billion cups consumed each year.
- The average cup of coffee is $4 at your local coffee house. Â At three times a week that’s more than $500 annually.
- People who buy coffee primarily at drive through windows on their way to work will spend as much as 45 hours a year waiting in line!
What I loved about the Nescafe Single Serve Packets:
- Simple, all you do is pour the pre-measured packet into a cup and then add hot water and stir.
- You can have 20/22 cups of coffee for the price of 1 coffee house coffee price (SRP is $3.49 for 22 original or 20 any other flavor).
- Available in 5 different types: Original, Decaffeinated, 100 % Colombian, Hazelnut, and Vanilla.
- No filters, coffee pods to clean up, all that you have mess wise is your cup and spoon.
I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed the Nescafe Single Serve Packets, and I fully intend on keeping them stocked in my house. Â I won’t be getting rid of my Keurig for them just yet, but talk to me again if they come out with more flavors. Â For now they work and I will drink them often, you can’t beat the price at $3.49 for 20 or 22 cups (my Keurig coffee is $9.95 for 18 pods which is 18 cups) and the taste and aroma of the inÂ Nescafe Single Serve Packets, is wonderful. Â They definitely get my vote, and will come in handy on the days when I am rushing around for that soccer game.
Nescafe Single Serve Packets are definitely A Daily Dose approved. Â Not to mention if you are shopping for that coffe lover for the Holidays these would be a great addition to a “Coffee Lover’s basket” as a gift. Â Happy Coffee Drinking!
*Disclosure: Coffee, Flip Camera, Cups, and Coasters were sent to me for the sole purpose of reviewing the product and documenting my thoughts on the product. Â Every opinion in the post was mine and was not influence by product received. Â No other payment or sponsorship was taken for this post. Â For more on my review policies please see my disclosure page.