Perk Your Coffee and Win a Prize Too
This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of NESCAFE. All opinions are 100% mine.
Get yourself prepared for Coffee Heaven with the NESCAFE Dolce Gusto machine.
You can win 1 in 6 of these fabulous machines that can brew you up a latte, capuccino or fancy hot chocolate with ease!
Whether you’re an incurable gourmet bevey drinker or if you’re trying to save money not going to Starbuck’s, the Dolce Gusto can help.
It professionally prepares your hot favorites: Caffè Lungo, Espresso, Americano, Latte Macchiato, Cappuccino, Iced Cappucino, Café Mocha, and even “Chococino” or hot chocolate for kids of all ages…
This single serve machine is designed with a 15-bar pressure system that’s comparable to what coffeehouses have to make that oh-so-important, crema layer and frothy milk.
Since it’s single serve, the Dolce Gusto prepares your hot drinks on a made-to-order basis, ensuring freshness.
Not a hot beverage type of person? No problem, it also makes your gourmet cold coffeehouse drinks too!
You’ll have complete control over the heat, froth and pressure with which your drinks are prepared.
Krups and T-Fal both make the Nescafe Dolce Gusto and they’re available in three different colors: candy-apple red, sophisticated black and a creamy white. The Dolce Gusto is priced between $179-199 and seems to me to be a steal of a deal.
Just think about how much money you could save making your drinks at home, not to mention the gas money you’ll save not having to drive to your favorite coffee pub.
So, get on over to the contest by clicking on the link above and enter online at Sweetspot.ca before December 20th, 2009.
I hope you enjoyed this Coffee Info on Cooking With Kimberly! Until next time…
Kimberly Edwards 🙂
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