One of my mottos in life is “Coffee is always the answer”. If you know me well, you’ve probably heard me say this on more than one occasion.
If you’re tired, drink coffee. You’ll wake up.
If you’re stressed out, drink coffee. You’ll find a way to power through.
If you’re upset, drink coffee. It will comfort you.
If you’re in a good mood, drink coffee. It’s a great way to treat yourself.
I drink a ridiculous amount of coffee on a daily basis (mostly for reasons #1 and #2). So much so, that I’m convinced that my insides are made of coffee. I usually stick to plain, black coffee. It’s easy, convenient, and can be found almost everywhere.
No muss, no fuss.
However, I’m learning that many people don’t share my love of plain black coffee, and that I too enjoy a little variety every once in a while. Especially during weekend brunch. This is how I discovered the value of the iCoffee® single serve brewer. Sure, a pot of plain, black coffee is fine for a busy morning on the go, but when you gather a few friends around the brunch table, you want to offer something a bit different.
Do you have a friend that prefers iced coffee? I froze some vanilla coffee into ice cubes and topped them with vanilla almond milk. Is there a traditionalist in your life? Brew a single cup of black coffee and add a couple of lumps of sugar. Someone like coffeehouse style drinks? A cup of mocha espresso topped with some steamed milk and a dusting of cocoa powder is perfect. The coolest part of the iCoffee® Opus brewer is that it has Dial-a-Brew, which can be selected in .5 ounce increments (Opus is the first single serve brewer to offer this), so everyone gets their own custom drink. It’s compatible with all k-type cups, including K-Cup®, RealCup®, OneCup™ and private label cups, and has it’s own reusable cup for those afternoons when you just need that extra boost to make it through the day (my personal favorite). No other single cup brewer can do all that!
Hey, some people like eggs and bacon for breakfast, and some people prefer something lighter. Why shouldn’t your breakfast drink be as personalized as your breakfast meal?
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This post was sponsored by iCoffee®. All opinions are my own.