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Keeping the fire behind my craft lit with NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice®

I’m an odd gal out in my industry as a graphic designer, and even more so as a blogger, because I don’t (well, didn’t) drink coffee. Our days start early, run long and require intense amounts of concentration, creativity and multitasking. Most of my colleagues say the only way they make it through the day is with a cup of joe always within their reach.

It’s not that I don’t like coffee. I actually really love coffee. I love the way it tastes, I love the way it smells, and I love the way it brings people together. But I seem to lack the patience to wait for a pot of coffee to brew and then cool down enough for me to drink a cup. And as someone always struggling with their budget, buying coffee on the go at coffee shops and convenience stores just isn’t a habit I ever wanted to develop.

But then came this beautiful box in the mail, and I was gifted the opportunity to take the NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® Challenge.

NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice®

The NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® Challenge box was full of all sorts of goodies, including recipes cards, a mug and spoon, a coupon for a free 7 ounce glass jar full of NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® deliciousness, and even a box of the individual single serve packets for enjoying coffee on the go.

NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice®

NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice®

NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® coffee comes in a variety of flavors, but I chose to redeem my coupon for a jar of French Roast, like the packets I received, because the flavor is so rich and delicious. That and all the other flavors were completely sold out! NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® coffee is just that good!

NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice®

The single serving packets are such a neat concept and perfect for someone always on the go or without access to a coffee maker at work, like me. The packets are compact and durable, so they can easily be tossed into a purse, backpack, laptop bag, briefcase, suitcase, desk or toolbox; and since NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® granules dissolve so well even in just hot tap water, they make making a delicious cup of coffee just about anywhere a possibility! No need to waste money on an expensive cup of coffee on the go!

All it takes is adding a packet of your favorite flavor of NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® coffee (or 1 teaspoon of granules from the jar) to 8 ounces of hot water….

NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice®

Giving it a little stir…

NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice®

And bam, you have a boldly flavored cup of coffee to enjoy!

NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice®

How great is that? I personally will be keeping both the glass jars and packets on hand to make sure I can quench my thirst for a hot cup of coffee, and the fire behind my crafts sparked, whether I’m at home, work or on the go.

With this being the time of year that coffee shops are promoting sweet flavored coffee drinks, I also decided to try adding a little extra flavor to a cup of NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® French Roast without all the added sugar or expensive bill. Check out my video below to see how I did this!


So tell me, how would you enjoy a cup of NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® coffee? What flavor would you like to try and would you add anything to it to give it a little extra flavor? Share with me below in the comments and you’ll be entered to win 1 of 10 free 1.7 oz. samples of NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® House Blend coffee! You can find all the available flavors and some already crafted recipes here


This post is sponsored by NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice®,
but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

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  • Reply Mary Barger November 14, 2016 at 12:48 am

    I think I would try vanilla.

    • Reply Clarinda March 8, 2017 at 3:01 pm

      Dear Janet,Sorry to arrive so late. Kind of glad I did because this one is separate from all the rest. A very good story; soft, sad, determined. I enjoyed it very muADocloha,

  • Reply Kelly Ann November 16, 2016 at 2:09 pm

    I saw when I clicked that link that they have Hazelnut in the single packets, but do they have it in the glass jars? Hazelnut is the one I would try!

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