Hello friends! Long time no talk – I’m here for a quick blip of deliciousness.
Summer is upon us here in Halifax, although there are cold and rainy days like today, most days are hot and crispy! Well, my skin sure gets hot and crispy in the sun, oh my. We’re talking +40 C with the humidity! Now that’s a beach day!!
I feel so grateful to have been involved in this Bzz campaign for International Delight Iced Coffee. I’ve got to try every flavour for free! have you seen them in the grocery store? I’ve always had a guilty pleasure for the International Delight powdered drinks, and I love a good iced coffee from Starbucks or Timmy’s. This combines the two into a perfectly sweetened iced coffee experience!
Have you ever heard of BzzAgent? You can become a member at their website: http://www.bzzagent.com , it’s basically a buzz zone for new products – for this campaign they sent me coupons to try International Delight Iced Coffee free, and the two tumblers! You review the products and get to try them for free, it’s a lot of fun and right up my alley!
I got two gorgeous double-walled tumblers from ID so we could take our Iced Coffee out on the road! We decided to go to a local duck pond for a hike, and to see some cute ducklings. Which we did! Score!
Small and proud!
If you haven’t given the ID Iced Coffee a try yet, hype-aside, I honestly do recommend it. You fill a cup with ice and pour it overtop – I love the taste once the ice has had a chance to melt and mingle, as it is pretty concentrated! With that in mind, a little goes a long way – I was so surprised each time I went for another glass and there was so much left! Great bang for your buck too – consider the cost of your usual specialty coffee from a coffee shop… a cup of this costs about 60 cents. For a treat, try a little whipped cream on top with a drizzle of caramel – I should say – my favourite flavour is by far the Caramel Machiatto.
My favourite part is that it’s not super sweet – none of the flavours are. You can taste the coffee, and after all, isn’t that why you’re drinking coffee and not tea? Give it a try – you won’t be disappointed.