coffee is happiness in a cup (Georgia Coffee Review)
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Georgia Coffee.
Hope everyone had an absolutely marvelous Monday and you’re all ready for an even better Tuesday. Sometimes, I think a good cup of coffee can make Monday’s
bearable possible. Who’s with me on that?
I’m not just talking any coffee…. I hate when I get coffee from somewhere random and it’s just not up to my standards. That’s enough to totally ruin my morning! On the other hand, a smooth flavored coffee has the power to awaken my senses and brighten my day. Georgia Coffee is that coffee. I’m so happy that I got the chance to try Georgia Coffee because I would have never known the greatness that I was missing. Georgia Coffee is made with 100% Arabica Beans. I like the medium-bodied light roast with a nutty, sweet and fruity flavor and a mild finish. I drink mine with a little stevia and almond milk….. perfection! Georgia Coffee also comes in dark roast and decaf.
That first sip of coffee, in the morning is like a big warm hug. But, I also enjoy taking coffee with me when I’m on the go, especially when it’s cold outside. Oh, and coffee goes so perfectly in the evening with a good book. Okay, y’all, I think I can pretty much drink coffee anytime of the day. 😉
If you’re not much of a coffee drinker, it could be that you just haven’t found the right fit. A good cup of coffee is always there, something you can depend on to get things clicking. If I haven’t convinced you to make the most of your day and drink a cup of joe; you might want to give Georgia Coffee a try and let that do the convincing. 😉
Something to think about….
What way do you love your coffee? cream, sugar, cinnamon, almond milk?
What’s your favorite coffee moment? For me, it’s taking the first sip right after I wake up….. mmmmmm…. it makes me look forward to the morning.
You don’t like coffee? Well why the heck not?
Hope your Tuesday includes a lovely cup of coffee!
I partnered with Georgia Coffee to write this post. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own.
For more information, visit http://www.georgiacoffee.com.