Saturday, February 13, 2016

Single Cup Club February Box

Each morning you can wake up to a delicious cup of coffee from Single Cup Club which is a monthly subscription box you can get your first box for $9.99 and the it is $19.99 a month if you go month to month; it contains 15 cups if you subscribe it is 45 cups of artisan coffee and $18 a month for 3months or 90 cups of artisan coffee that is $17 a month for a 6 month subscription and the shipping is free. I got the $9.99 which has 15 cups and for February the selection is Steep & Brew Caramel Candy which is a medium roast and is wonderfully aromatic, it’s like having a hot caramel sundae but only 2 calories a serving! 

CoffeeIcon 100% Costa Rican is a light roast coffee and is in regards to the region it is from and having the world’s premium coffee farms in the region due to the volcanic solid and ideal mountain drainage. Being a light roast it is smooth, sweet and fruity aroma when brewed. The last flavor I received is Twisted Pine Dark Italian which is a dark roast making this a rich and bold cup of coffee epitomizes the time-honored Italian tradition of dark-roasted brews. Bold yet ideally balanced Twisted Pine dark roast has a unique potent flavor profile that has been artfully crafted to offer an intense and versatile cup. This month included a bonus Liberty Ring from the Keurig 2.0 Brewer so if you have one this will come in handy at brewing your perfect cup of coffee.

My Opinion: I enjoyed the flavor of the Caramel Candy it smelled so delicious while brewing and it was a nice touch to have with my afternoon snack. The Dark Italian my husband enjoyed the flavor of and felt it was perfectly blended.
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Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.

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