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December 01, 2013

GIVEAWAY: Seattle's Best Coffee Frozen Coffee Blends

Seattle’s Best Coffee Frozen Coffee Blends represents a brand new grocery category as it is the first time a major coffee brand has crossed over from the coffee aisle to the freezer case to present consumers with an affordable, easy way to make frozen coffee drinks from home.  Compared to some favorite coffee chains frozen coffee options, the SBC coffee blends have more than five times fewer calories (at 90 cal), half the fat (at 4 g) and significantly less sugar (9 g), making it a smart alternative for those looking to indulge and not feel guilty about it. Kroger, Meijer, Target, Albertsons all have taken them and they started appearing in stores this summer.  SRP is $2.99 per bag. NUT labels, images, and press materials for Seattle’s best live here:

My husband really enjoys his coffee in just about any form - hot, cold, iced or frozen, so I knew he would be excited about trying this new product.  He would go to McDonald's or Dunkin Donuts to buy a frappe for $1-$2 a piece. However, you can buy a bag of Seattle's Best Frozen Coffee Blends for $3.29, and you get 2 servings, so this is actually cheaper than getting a drink at a chain and paying for gas to get there and back. 

My husband sampled the Mega Mocha and Coffee Chiller frozen coffee blends. He liked the concept of being able to quickly whip up a frozen coffee treat at home; however, was not impressed by the texture or the flavor.  He felt like the beverage was too runny and the flavor was not very strong. He followed the directions and added the suggested amount of milk and the entire content of the 8 oz. package.  We both thought this would taste similar to an iced coffee frappe that he usually would purchase at Burger King etc, but it did not add up.  Perhaps adding ice would have provided a thicker consistency.  

Quick and easy
Makes enough for two servings
Affordable price

Texture was more of a liquid and not that of a frozen beverage
Flavor was mild

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