You may remember when I introduced Kraft’s new Keurig®* Compatible Pods: Maxwell House, Gevalia and Nabob coffee. The fantastic new compatible pods are available at most grocery stores and can be used in any single serving brewer that accepts compatible pods. The flavours I received are Maxwell House Dark Roast, Nabob Breakfast and Gevalia Signature Blend.
Out of these three brands, the Nabob is my favourite. I enjoy a lighter cup of coffee and the Breakfast flavour is perfect for me. Nabob has over 115 years of coffee expertise to draw on, so it’s no wonder they make authentic crafted coffee that is accessible and affordable. As well as my favourite Breakfast Blend, you can also purchase Nabob Midnight Eclipse and 100% Columbian coffee as Keurig®* Compatible Pods.
Ten of my readers were lucky enough to win samples of the new Keurig®* Compatible Pods, and now they get a chance to win a $50 Visa Gift Card by sharing their thoughts in the comments on the new Keurig®* Compatible Pods. This contest is only open to the ten individuals who were sent the samples to test for Kidsumers blog. **Please read the full contest rules below.
If you did not get a chance to try Keurig®* Compatible Pods yet, grab a $1 off coupon for Maxwell House, Gevalia and Nabob Keurig®* Compatible Pods from the Kraft website.
**NO PURCHASE NESSESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Winner must leave at least 1 positive comment to be entered in the draw. Additional comments will not increase chances of winning. Winner will be randomly chosen. Winner must reside in Canada and be 18 years and over. Winners from my first blog post have until Thursday July 17, 2014, 12pm to post a comment. The winner will be contacted by sheblogs on July 18, 2014 by 5pm EST.
*Works with Keurig® K-Cup® brewing systems. Not compatible with Keurig Vue® coffee makers. Keurig®, Keurig Vue®, and K-Cup® are registered trademarks of Keurig, Incorporated. Keurig, Incorporated is not affiliated with Kraft Canada Inc
Although this post has been generously sponsored by Kraft Canada, the opinions and language are all my own, and in no way do they reflect Kraft Canada.