Thank you to Cameron’s Single Serve Coffee for sponsoring this post.
This happens to be my favorite time of year. In spite of the super early sun setting, I love the frosty nights and mornings, and the fact that curling up with a hot cup of joe is normal. While I do drink coffee during the summertime, there is something that is just RIGHT about having more of it during this time of the calendar year. The smell of roasted beans as they are made into a wonderful liquid that just provides more happiness than one can imagine. I’m also not a coffee drinker that stays alert after drinking coffee. I can drink right before bedtime and be a-ok. It’s a gift.
Imagine my excitement when I discovered that Cameron’s Coffee is offering me and everyone that I know free coffee if we video our creative ways of crushing the cups of other plastic single serve coffee brands. We’re crushing these because the taste and waste that these brands can leave aren’t really what we want to pay for, is it? Especially since we rely so much on this rich dark divine drink to get us through one more meeting, or one more homework assignment for the day. Or at least I do.
Also, if you’re anything like me, you’re probably reheating that same cup of coffee
three seven ten times before you get to drink it anyway. When you do that, do you really want the plastic-y taste hanging around? By uploading your #CrushTheCups video before 12/22 you will have the chance to try out a free box of Cameron Coffee since it will be shipped directly to your doorstep. Talk about happy holidays!
The fact that this coffee comes in 12 different flavors, with a fantastic price point (my opinion only) is enough to make me want to take the plunge and make it the only coffee that I drink. Until I do, I’ll continue to try out the flavors to find the one that I want to keep on my shelf, and revel in the fact that I’m not getting a plastic taste along with it. While I do have a single serve brewer, I don’t have THAT single serve brewer, and I’m happy that I have the ability to use a variety of cups in it.
So what are you waiting for? And while you’re picking out a cup to crush, check out my video below.