Monday, March 26, 2012

BuyCoffeeCanada.Com Review


I know it sounds a little silly, but I've always wanted my kitchen to be fully stocked with all the items that a small cafe would have.  Since we entertain guests quite often at our farm, I want to be able to serve up some amazing coffees, teas, lattes, and other beverages.  Who doesn't love playing barista, right?!
Haven't you always wanted to try your hand at latte art? It's quite the skill and not simple to perfect!

My dream kitchen/wanna-be coffee house would include a huge variety of Torani syrups and several varieties of specialty coffees and teas!

BuyCoffeeCanada.com sent me a variety of amazing products to try.  The Torani Sugar-Free Caramel Syrup is the perfect way to inject some flavour to your drinks. All Torani syrups are 20% off on the BuyCoffeeCanada site! Instead of $14.95 for each 750 mL bottle, you can purchase a bottle for $11.95. The sugar-free Torani syrups come in so many delicious flavours like Torani Sugar-Free Almond Syrup, Torani Sugar-Free English Toffee Syrup, Torani Sugar-Free Coconut Syrup. Hazelnut, Irish Cream, Lime...and more!


 While perusing the BuyCoffeeCanada site, I found the Torani Recipes link! They've got recipes for everything from alcoholic beverages, refreshing drinks, and coffee based beverages! Oh, Torani! I am in love!

Another one of my favourites on the BuyCoffeeCanada.com site is the Chai!  David Rio Chai Tea is the perfect hot or cold treat.  I was able to sample the David Rio Green Tortoise Chai, David Rio Sugar-Free Orca Spice Chai, David Rio Sugar-Free Decaf Flamingo Vanilla Chai, and the David Rio Tiger Spice Chai.
It was difficult to choose a favourite flavour, as they were all delicious.  The David Rio Chai teas were perfect for an impromptu visit from a friend who doesn't drink coffee.  We jokingly call ourselves "Tea Grannies" because we love our tea! She had never tasted flavoured Chai beverages before, since I usually just make plain Chai.

Needless to say, the David Rio Chai was a hit.  The one my friend enjoyed the most is the Flamingo Vanilla.

BuyCoffeeCanada.com is selling David Rio Chai at 10% off on all sizes (12 pack, 14 oz, and 4 lbs).

With both Hubby and me being hot beverage lovers, I'm glad we now know about BuyCoffeeCanada!

BuyCoffeeCanada.com also sent over some Biscotti! What a treat!  Guess who quickly snatched up the Biscotti?  That's right.  Little One! Yes, she also had her pajamas on backward!
Disclosure - I was sent a variety of products from Buy Coffee Canada for review purposes.  All the opinions expressed on this blog are honest and my own.

7 comments:

Stefanie Nicholas said...

I'll have to try this! This stuff looks so neat. I'm the same way, playing barista is awesome

Shan said...

Coffe-holic here! Going to check out that site! Would love to stock up on some of those items and for that price, even better! Cute little girl, by the way!

Shan said...

Coffe-holic here! Going to check out that site! Would love to stock up on some of those items and for that price, even better! Cute little girl, by the way!

Stefanie Nicholas said...

Re: other comment, lol. I hate my eyelashes!! As you can see they're all short. My boyfriend has gorgeous bluey-gray eyes with fawn lashes. So unfair xD seriously try it though, it's cheap and amazing :)

Stefanie Nicholas said...

Oh and you're in my sidebar now, fellow Canadian! :p

Christine said...

Shan:
Pssssst! You may be in luck! I *may* be hosting a BuyCoffeeCanada giveaway this week :-)

Christine said...

Stefanie:
Thanks so much for posting that! I am going to pick some up next time I'm at the store! :-) I need all the help I can get with these wimpy lashes!

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