This is a sponsored review from BlogHer and Seattle’s Best.
I'm a coffee drinker. On the weekdays, I tote a travel mug filled with coffee to work. On the weekends we brew a big pot and drink from our favorite mugs while we eat waffles, read the paper, and figure out some weekend plans.
I'm a morning coffee drinker, generally. Although offer me a cup with my dessert at night and I won't pass. A cup of iced coffee with lunch on a summer day? Absolutely.
I'm a milk-in-my-coffee drinker. I like my coffee with a splash of soy milk or almond milk or half and half. No sugar, although I love to grind some fresh nutmeg on top.
I'm a coffee drinker who alternates between decaffeinated and caffeinated. I keep both in my cupboard and switch it up frequently. Sometimes I brew up a half-caffeinated blend.
I know precisely the type of coffee drinker I am, but I sometimes find buying coffee confusing. I like my coffee full-flavored, but without being too intense. Does that mean I want a breakfast blend? A French Roast? An Italian Roast? The one in the most stylish packaging (which is often how I choose)? It seems that no matter how many times I buy coffee, I find myself on the aisle at the Supermarket trying to figure out if I want an American Roast or a European Roast?
Enter Seattle's Best, with a system that simplifies the coffee selection process. With the new Level System, consumers are able to easily find and choose from a selection of Seattle’s Best Coffee blends that span the entire range of coffee enjoyment, from a mild, light, crisp Level 1 to a bold, dark and intense Level 5.
(Plus the packaging is great.)
Level 1: Mild, Light, Crisp
Level 2: Bright, Lively, Easy Drinking
Level 3: Balanced, Smooth, Full-Flavored
Level 4: Rich, Elegant, Complex
Level 5: Bold, Dark, Intense
I think I'd like a morning cup of Level 3, with a dash of milk and a sprinkling of fresh nutmeg.
In addition to Levels 1 through 5, you can choose from a decaffeinated blend ("D"), an Organic Fair Trade Certified blend and flavored coffees Cinnamon (“C”) and Hazelnut (“H”). I'm so excited to try the cinnamon.
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