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When I want a good cup of coffee I look for a cup of Crave Coffee. I’m a new Crave Coffee convert, and continue to love trying new flavors from their huge assortment. Although I originally started drinking coffee to stay awake, I soon became addicted to the delicious flavor. My new favorite is hazelnut, and the Crave Hazelnut Coffee is the best.
One reason the Crave Hazelnut Coffee is so good is because it goes so well with so many other flavors. If you like coffee with a pastry or dessert, you’ll love how well hazelnut pairs with chocolate or vanilla tastes. Some coffees can overpower a breakfast muffin or after-dinner slice of cake. But, hazelnut just makes it so comforting.
Crave Hazelnut Coffee has a very rich taste. It’s dark and warm and perfect for fall mornings. Even the scent blends in well with the season of chilly days. It has a creamy richness!
The sweet hazelnut flavor in Crave Hazelnut Coffee has no sweeteners or calories. It’s brewed from 100% Arabica beans and tastes indulgent. The coffee from Crave is Kosher certified, too.
If you don’t like filling the landfill with pod cups, you’ll be happy to know that your little Crave Coffee Pods are recyclable. The foil lid peels off so that you can throw out the grounds. They also work great in a compost pile, if you do that. Then, the pods are ready to recycle. Simple!
Crave Coffee pods will work fine in a Keurig or a Keurig compatible machine. My machine is an off-brand that takes the pods nicely. I add filtered water to my machine and push the button. Out comes my scrumptious cup of Crave Hazelnut Coffee.
You can find Crave Hazelnut Coffee, and all the other amazing flavors, at Amazon. The pods come in handy boxes in 40 count or 100 count sizes. It’s easy to order and comes with free prime shipping. You can even set up a subscription that will save you 5% or 15%, depending on the size box you choose.
As they say at Crave Coffee, “It’s so good, it’s nuts!” It really is true.
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