I participated in an Ambassador Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Gevalia Iced Coffee with Almond Milk.  I received product samples to facilitate my review as well as a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
Summer is here and that means my normal coffee routine gets to become a refreshing iced coffee tasty routine.
Everyone who knows me personally, knows I always have a coffee in my hand.  All summer I can be found with a tumbler or mason jar in hand full of some sort of delicious coffee.  This summer I was excited that Gevalia was coming out with a new ready to serve iced coffee with almond milk, and best of all they sent me some to try!

My taste buds are hooked!  These single serve containers of deliciousness are now going to be stocked in my fridge constantly!  However I have to hide them from the kids because I kept catching my three, sneaking sips.  I guess that proves how yummy these are, right?
 
The 11oz single serve coffees come in three flavors vanilla, caramel, and mocha.  They are all great but my favorite has to be the caramel.  It has the perfect mix of coffee and caramel flavor.
 So “What makes Gevalia Iced Coffee with almond milk so good?”  for me its a combination of the flavor and the simplicity.  No more brewing a cup of coffee and letting it cool, or expensive drive thru runs.  These are ready and at my fingertips, so that I can twist the cap and enjoy.  This is a huge advantage as a busy work at home mom!
 
Besides the convience factor, Gevalia Iced Coffee is made with 100% Arabica beans so there is no bitterness.  Plus the almond milk makes the coffee creamy and delicious.
 
Best of all, unlike other coffee treats, each Gevalia Iced Coffee single serve carton only has 170 calories and each serving has 9 grams of protein.  When combines with almond milk and just enough sweetness, this makes me feel pretty good about my delicious new treat.
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What flavor are you going to try first?


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