If you are a Keurig family, you are going to love this giveaway!
I’m not a coffee drinker – but if you give me a steaming hot cup of Chai Latte, I’ll be smiling from ear to ear.
Until recently, I went to Starbucks for my Chai Lattes. I had tried to make it at home, but it just wasn’t the same.
Now, though, I am a proud owner of a Keurig! (I was super lucky to win one this past August at a blogging party I attended sponsored by Cross Country Cafe.) So thanks to my Keurig, and the wonders that are Celestial Seasonings Chai K-Cups – plus a little cream and sugar – I can recreate my own Chai Latte at home!
Since becoming a Keurig family, my husband and I have really enjoyed sampling all sorts of new coffee (him), tea (me) and hot chocolate (all five of us) flavors from Cross Country Cafe. We have definitely been taking advantage of their variety packages of K-cups, to try as many different flavors as possible.
My husband is especially loving the Green Mountain sampler – he’s a fan of flavored coffees, and they have a great selection of vanilla, caramel and more.
Thanks to Cross Country Cafe, one lucky KOAB reader will win their choice of four (4) 24-count boxes of K-Cups from Cross Country Cafe – more than enough to keep you caffeinated for the next two months or longer.
Here’s how to enter this K-Cup Giveaway:
(Remember, each comment is considered its own entry – so leave a separate comment for each one.)
Required entry: Leave a comment telling me your favorite hot beverage.
Optional entry #1: Subscribe to the Kosher on a Budget daily email newsletter – and then leave a separate comment letting me know you have done so. (If you’re already a subscriber, that’s great – you can just say so in your comment.)
Optional entry #2: Like Kosher on a Budget on Facebook - I promise, we have lots of fun! Then leave a separate comment letting me know you have done so.
This contest will be open until the end of the day on Monday, September 24, 2012. The winner will be notified by email and have 48 hours to respond before another winner is chosen. Hatzlacha!