Green Mountain Coffee Espresso Iced Latte

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Okay you all know I LOVE my coffee, and how I don’t feel the need to go and buy expensive cups of it at a specialty coffee house.  I like to save the pennies we earn and brew or buy coffee to drink at home, and iced coffee is no exception to that.

My taste buds are so full of love for the new Green Mountain Coffee Espresso Iced Latte that you can get at grocers in the refrigerated section in a 48 oz. bottle.  And if you want to try it out too, grab a $1.00 off coupon at so you can taste it for yourself.  I bought the Vanilla flavor (it also comes in Mocha), and it’s one of the best store bought iced coffees I’ve had.

Even though the weather has cooled off substantially here in North Texas, I still enjoy an iced latte after I’ve been doing some house cleaning, because that vacuuming, laundry and dish washing makes me thirsty!  So after a busy day, when I’m tired and still need some energy to keep going, I’ll spend some time with my feet propped up. 

Now I can sip Green Mountain Coffee’s Espresso Roast Iced Lattes that use a special blend of real milk, cream, and 100% Arabica beans for a bold, smooth espresso flavor, while I’m catching my breath on the couch (because you know I’m not a young’in anymore!).  The flavor is intense because at Green Mountain Coffee they are passionate about crafting coffee that does more than just satisfy – it inspires.  Can’t you tell?!

These new Espresso Iced Latte blends will ensure that I have a good day!  Which flavor would you choose to indulge in?  Vanilla or Mocha?      

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Green Mountain. The opinions and text are all mine.

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