Keurig Love and the K-Cup Ambassador Program


 

 

Dine & Dish readers…in the month of May, use the code AM0001-3571 to receive a 15% discount plus free standard shipping off Keurig Home Brewers when you purchase from www.GreenMountainCoffee.com.

I have never been an at home coffee drinker. I have always been one of those crazy people you see shelling out the dough in the Starbucks drive through – spending $5 each time I needed a coffee fix.

Recently I was approached by Keurig to see if I would be interested in being part of the K-Cup Ambassador program. I had heard some of my friends talk about how much they love their Keurig’s and K-Cup’s so I thought it would be worth checking out.

Our Keurig and a variety of K-Cups arrived a couple of weeks ago and I have turned into a “non at home coffee drinker” to one of those people you see who always has a cup of coffee in her hand. The Keurig makes it so easy to brew a cup of coffee… in a little over a minute I can have a tall cup of coffee, tea, hot chocolate and more, made the way I want it. Plus, I don’t have to get all flustered in front of the menu board as I try to decipher what size or flavor I want my latte to be.

Over the next twelve months I’ll be sharing Keurig and K-Cup giveaways and promotional discount codes special for Dine & Dish readers. In the month of May, use the code AM0001-3571 to receive a 15% discount plus free standard shipping off Keurig Home Brewers when you purchase from www.GreenMountainCoffee.com.

You can tell by my cheesy video that I’m in love with my Keurig… way more than I ever thought I would be!

Do you have a Keurig? What is your favorite K-Cup variety?

This post is sponsored by Keurig and K-Cup. However, I love my Keurig and would be shouting about it from the rooftops to share its greatness with you anyway!

Video music – Landon Pigg – Love in a Coffee Shop (anyone else fall in love with Landon’s music during the show Love Monkey?)

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Comments

  1. says

    I love my Keurig so much! I have had it for over 3 years. My favorite coffee is constantly changing so I keep a large variety of k-cups on hand and enjoy having a different flavor every day. One of my all-time favorites is Golden French Toast! And because it is seasonal, I stock up!

  2. says

    I’ve tossed this around for months now – whether it’s worth the $$$ or not. As a retiree, it would be fabulous to brew a cup whenever ~ Just wonder about the cost of the K-cups. Seems there are so many flavors plus tea and cocoa. Wow! Perhaps I’ll put one of these on my wish list. :-)

    Thanks for sharing!

  3. says

    We LOVE our Keurig machines. No way would I replace mine anytime soon. Although, I have wondered about getting one of the minis to put beside my bed. Now THAT would be luxurious!

  4. says

    We just got one last week! I gave it to my hubby for his birthday, but shhhh, don’t tell him I really got it for me. :) We love it!!! Now I can have my flavored coffee and he can have his boring extra bold brew. We can both make iced tea and cocoa. And there’s no messy grinds to clean up and throw away. We’re in heaven and can’t wait to try all the different blends! Coffee never tasted so good. I’ll be on the look out for your giveaways and promo codes! Thanks, Kristen!!

  5. says

    I am having some serious coffee envy at the moment! One of these days I need to cross over the “Keurig side” …think I’m one step closer!

    Darling video Kristen!

  6. says

    Where does the $5 Starbucks coffee myth come from? At my local store, they have one $5 item, the very large chocolaty coconut frappacino thingy that’s so big, it should be shared by three good friends. Their coffee is $1.50, same as McDonalds and Dunkin’s. In fact, nearly all of their beverages are cheaper than comparable drinks at McD’s, Dunkin’s, Einsteins, or anywhere else.

    Sorry for the rant, but math — our society’s general phobia towards it and our innumeracy — is my exposed raw nerve.

    Quick question: is the Keurig another low pressure machine, like the Senseo or Tassimo, or high pressure, like the Nespresso?

    Cheers!

    • says

      Hi Steve! I usually get a Grande Skinny Caramel Latte and it is $4.83 (so rounded up, 5 bucks). I wish it was only a $1.50 here!

      I am so new to at home coffee, I’m not sure, but when I googled it it appears to be a pressurized machine.

      Thanks :)

  7. says

    KRISTENOMGILOVETHEVIDEOSOMUCH!!

    Your girl is just a doll. Can I have her? (until she cries or asks for stuff–duh)

    I have been DYING for a Keurig…I think you have talked me into buying one!!

  8. says

    I’m having “K cup envy”. They are adorable. I’ll have to put this on my birthday list, along with the Keurig and hope my hubby notices :).

  9. says

    Awww…I Love my Keurig! My family gave it for me for my B-day!:) We love Donut House variety pack! Awesome Cinnamon Roll, Chocolate Glazed Donut, and their regular Donut House & Decaf is EXCELLENT! *tip it’s great to heat up hot water quickly too for that jello/bouillon when you need just a cup! Beats waiting for the tea kettle!:) ENJOY! my fellow Keurig lover! :)

  10. Amy says

    I LOVELOVELOVE (!!!!) my Keurig! My friend bought it for me for my 40th birthday and I started using it when we moved into our newly built house. I don’t know how I drank coffee before this! :P My favorite is Wake Up call, Cafe Mocha, Newmanns Organic, and English Breakfast tea; my husband won’t drink anything but Donut Shop. Honestly, best invenstion EVER. I can’t WAIT until Starbucks comes out with K Cups!

  11. says

    Walking on Eggshells is another great Landon Pigg song. Love the K cups – darling!!!

    PS – We’re getting a box asking us to ask you to update Comment Luv, in case you haven’t :).

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