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Another Cookie Jar Coffee flavour

My first impression of the scent filling the space is of warm peanut butter cookies fresh from the oven! That sweet and nutty cookie dough smell that is interlaced with the oily notes of peanut butter. The flavour palate is oily roasted peanut, mildly bitter with an almost vanilla fade out. Big thanks to Cookie… Continue reading Another Cookie Jar Coffee flavour

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Coconut Cream Pie Flavoured Coffee

I love the smell of my coffee today. It fills the air with a sweet almost lime-lemon fragrance mixed with the bitter notes of coffee. I would expect this java to have an oily sheen, but it doesn’t. However, my first sip is reminiscent of oily coconut. Its flavour is both woodsy and roasted nut.… Continue reading Coconut Cream Pie Flavoured Coffee

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Another Slice

Happy Easter Weekend! A sweet fruity smelling coffee fills my mug this morning. It tastes bitter and earthy; it isn’t a complex flavour. It crosses my palate and has no aftertaste. Today I’m drinking Slice Pie Flavoured Coffee brand, blackberry pie flavour. If we were having coffee, I would share with you that my proofreading… Continue reading Another Slice

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I love peanut butter, but can it be coffee?

The Keurig bubbles and the flow of liquid follows. Within seconds an oily sweet-earthy bouquet fills the air instantly calling to mind peanut butter. A closer smell reveals bitter undernotes of coffee. This java tastes like burnt nuts. It leaves an oily smooth feel in the mouth. I’m enjoying another Cookie Jar Coffee today. It’s… Continue reading I love peanut butter, but can it be coffee?

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Sweet is at war with bitter

My coffee brand this morning is Cookie Jar Coffee. The flavour takes its lead from the salted caramel cookie. The cookie is chewy, but I know that won’t be part of my coffee experience today because I lack cookies. The coffee is a deep darkness in my mug. Sweet vanilla-caramel smell wars with the fragrance… Continue reading Sweet is at war with bitter