I joined Gevalia coffee a little while back and my first order arrived in the mail yesterday. To be honest I didn’t know what to expect from it. I mean, I’ve had different flavors of coffee from Boca Java and wasn’t very impressed. However, the introductory offer of 3 coffee or teas of your choice for just three dollars and free S&H was just too good to pass up so I gave it a try.
Oh gosh, I’m so glad I did!
There were so many delicious sounding flavors of tea to choose from, so I limited myself to Ceylon Cinnamon Orange and Blackberry Spice. I also chose one flavored coffee, Dark Chocolate Truffle. I’ve had four cups of the Dark Chocolate Truffle coffee already and I’m more than eager to go and brew another pot of it. It’s just that damn good. *drools*
I just can’t wait to give the flavored teas a try now after this! Now I can sit down and finishing sorting through my mail from yesterday, which I picked up on my way to ‘Cruces, hence why I haven’t read it yet. It’s actually kind of scary how you use your mailing address for one thing and suddenly you’re on everyone’s mailing lists. Case in point, this last time I got in a fender bender I order some parts for Pyro and they were delivered to this address. It was one time and from just one merchant, yet somehow I’ve got a couple of different catalogs for Mopar performance parts addressed to me. I don’t even know I got a subscription to Women’s Day magazine either, let alone Cosmopolitan, Curve, and Rolling Stone. I did sign up for free subscriptions to Spin and Marie Claire, but honestly I never get a chance to read those ones, let alone all the other ones that I’m getting free that I never even subscribed for. Makes you wonder just how I got on these lists.Tagged: boca java, coffee, dark chocolate truffle, gevalia, magazine, subscriptions, tea