Green Mountain Coffee: Wild Blueberry Coffee

The first time I tried blueberry coffee, it was ordered for me by a friend at one of those drive-through coffee places. I was skeptical, but she told me to try it anyway. I liked it, but I wasn’t head over heels in love with it…it took me a few more sips for me to warm up to the idea of a fruity-tasting coffee, especially one as artificially flavored as the version I tried. Things were different the first time I tried Green Mountain Coffee’s Wild Blueberry coffee, though. I was at the first Big Summer Potluck, it was my first time meeting other bloggers in person, and I was nervous. Before the Saturday morning events, there was a Keurig brewer set up with a variety of different coffees to try. Since people were giving it rave reviews and it was the middle of summer after all, I went for the blueberry…and not only was it a million times better than the drive-through coffee I tried, but it put me right at home. Now, I love that one sip of Wild Mountain Blueberry brings me back to long summer days, new experiences, and the beginnings of many great friendships!

Green Mountain Coffee is also offering you the chance to try their Wild Mountain Blueberry K-Cups! Use the code YUMMY 8121 from now through September 12th for 15% off all Green Mountain Coffee flavored coffees available in K-Cup packs – including Brew Over Ice. It’s a great way to hang on to summer just a little longer!

Full disclosure: I am a paid Keurig K-Cup Ambassador, however the opinions expressed here are all my own.

3 Responses to “Green Mountain Coffee: Wild Blueberry Coffee”

  1. 1 Stephchows Says:
    August 29th, 2012 at 2:47 pm

    John LOVES their blueberry coffee! He’s not a fan of other places ones… but green mountains all the way!

  2. 2 Diane Says:
    August 30th, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    My hubby would love this !

  3. 3 Liz (Little Bitty Bakes) Says:
    September 2nd, 2012 at 7:42 pm

    I love the Green Mountain blueberry coffee! I actually just drank (two) cups this morning. :) It’s perfect in that you can definitely taste the fruity flavor but not in an overwhelming sort of way. Yay for good coffee!

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