Wish you could make iced coffee just the way you like it without the cost of the coffee shop? Find out how to make iced coffee anywhere!
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I love iced coffee so much that I’ll even drink it when it’s literally freezing outside. However, here in the south the last thing I want to do when I first wake up on a super hot and humid summer morning is heat up the house even more by brewing up a big pot of coffee. Luckily, I recently found out about new Folgers® Iced Café Coffee Drink Concentrates. They’re a line of concentrated coffee, with sweetener and flavor enhancers (yep, you don’t even need to add anything extra if you love Caramel Macchiato!), that comes in a convenient portable package that you can even keep in your purse. All you need to enjoy iced coffee anywhere is a cup with cold milk, then add a couple squeezes of your favorite flavor of Folgers® Iced Café, add some ice if you like and stir. It doesn’t get much easier than that, right? Plus, I love that it is SO much cheaper than getting a fancy iced coffee at a coffee shop, especially if that’s the only thing I’d be going out for.
What I Love About Folgers® Iced Café
- You can make iced coffee that tastes the way you like in under a minute (tip: if I’m at home and want an extra special treat, I add a splash of cream)
- Can make iced coffee easily and anywhere – and without heating up your house for extra brownie points
- Comes in a variety of flavors: Original Latte, Vanilla Latte, Caramel Macchiato and Hazelnut Latte so you never get bored and can easily combine flavors
- Made with 100% coffee extract and contains caffeine
- Only 5 ingredients with no sugar or preservatives
- Bottle is extremely portable
- Stirs in completely for a smooth drink
- Costs around $5 per bottle with about 12 servings per bottle – that’s less than one coffee at the coffee shop for me!
- No refrigeration needed after opening, just use within a month. Though it tastes so good it’ll probably only last a week
I’ve tried all the flavors and enjoy them all, but I really love coffee with added flavors, so I’m a big fan of the Vanilla Latte and Caramel Macchiato flavors. Since I’m not a huge morning person, rolling out of bed is hard enough for me. So, I love that making iced coffee is now super easy for me with no need to get multiple ingredients together for a flavor punch to wake up with. If you’d like to try out the Folgers® Iced Café or other Folgers products, check out the Folgers website and use the store locator to find a retailer near you. If you’d like to win some Folgers products, be sure to participate in #FolgersFridays by checking out the Folgers Twitter page and Folgers Facebook page on Fridays through September 4, 2015 for your chance to win a prize basket worth $200! Promotion is open to legal residents of the 50 United States and D.C, 18 years of age older. Internet access and a valid Facebook account are required to enter the Promotion on Facebook; to enter on Twitter you must have a public Twitter account and follow the Twitter account @Folgers. Void where prohibited.
My favorite flavor! It has a heavy duty snap cap so you won’t have leaks in your purse or bag.
Folgers Iced Café Giveaway – Ends 8/14/2015
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Now that you know my secret of how to make iced coffee anywhere, which flavor will you be trying first?