Spending Too Much on Coffee? Barista Prima Answers

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The Keurig single serving coffee brewer is one of the best inventions ever, maybe right up there with the toaster.  I sure would like to have been the person who thought up of it.

We’re all busy, and a good cup of coffee should be available in your own home for a good price.  You shouldn’t have to have to go to a café to get one and have to spend $5.00 for it.

New Barista Prima Coffeehouse K-Cup portion packs for the Keurig Brewer, are an exclusive collection for the world’s finest Arabica coffees roasted in the tradition of Europe’s most celebrated coffee houses.

While my kitchen table may not quite be the atmosphere of the open courtyard where I had a great cup of coffee in Barcelona, I’d bet that the Barista Prima House Blend, would rival the taste of that same cup of coffee.  A nice medium-dark roast, balanced with a splash of citrus, hints of chocolate and a toasted nut finish.

The Barista Prima Italian Roast is a dark roast.  It’s heavy, with fruit and berry notes, has a hint of smokiness to it, but finishes clean.

My husband thinks I was born with a cup of coffee in hand, and while I wasn’t quite that young when I started drinking coffee, I was exposed to European coffee houses at a young age.  With grandparents that lived in Europe I traveled and enjoyed the smells and eventually the taste of coffee in many different countries in that part of the world. 

All great romantics and coffee loves know that a French Roast from a café in Paris is more than just a cup of coffee…it’s an art.  And the darkest roast in the Barista Prima line gives them a run for their money, literally.  You’ll find Barista Prima Coffeehouse K-Cup Portion Packs at retail and grocery stores nationwide.  The most common size you’ll find is the 18-count packs which retail at $14.99.  That’s just 83¢ a cup!  Trust me that’s A LOT cheaper than any coffee you’ll purchase in Paris.  You can also purchase them online at www.BaristaPrima.com, www.GreenMountainCoffee.com, and www.Keurig.com.

All this talk of coffee is making me want a cup now, so I’m going to sign this post off and make myself a cup of Barista Prime Columbia blend.  If you spend a lot of money on coffee outside the home, and haven’t invested in a Keurig yet…what are you waiting for?  With blends like the Barista Prima Coffeehouse ones, you won’t feel like you’re losing out on anything, as a matter of fact, you’ll probably be saving some cash!

Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this post; Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. sent me samples. Opinions are my own.

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