As you all know, I live in Seattle. For the most part, I don't fit most people's stereotypical view of Seattleites- I hate the outdoors, love to wear makeup and dress up, and have even been known to vote Republican. But there is one way that I'm definitely 100% Seattle- I drink LOTS of coffee. It's been one of the best side effects of being done with breastfeeding, I can go back to my ridiculous level of coffee consumption.
I don't like to drink my coffee black though, so I also use a lot of creamer. Recently I had the opportunity to try out a different type of creamer, Coffee Rich from Rich Products. I knew this creamer was different even before I used it in my coffee- it's found in the freezer section of the grocery store! I love this, because I hate running out of creamer, but I also don't have a lot of space in my fridge. Keeping creamer frozen until I'm ready to use it is perfect for me. Then when I'm ready, I can just thaw it and use it.
Here's some other information on Coffee Rich, as described on the Rich Products website:
I liked the taste of Coffee Rich a lot. It added a nice creaminess to my coffee that I really enjoyed. The taste wasn't too strong or particularly sweet. Perfect for my morning cup(s) of coffee. I also liked that it's a non-dairy product, since I don't eat much dairy. And it's great that it stays fresh for 3 weeks in the fridge- not that creamer usually lasts that long in my house!
- 100% milk free! Coffee Rich® is a soy-based product that is cholesterol free, low in saturated fats, low in sodium and lactose free. Ideal for today’s health conscious consumer.
- Stays fresh for 3 weeks in the refrigerator! No milk fat for bacteria to feed on. Ideal for today’s health conscious consumer.
- Always uniform in taste and consistency! Coffee Rich® blends immediately to enrich coffee flavor.
- Certified Kosher and Pareve! Meets recognized product quality standards.
Visit the product page to find a store near you that carries Coffee Rich.
Disclosure: I received a coupon to try out this product for myself. I was not compensated in any other way and all opinions posted here are mine and mine alone.