This past weekend, I hosted an International Delight Iced Coffee Taste Testing Party with my family. Initially, we planned to have a lot more people at the party, but it seems that sickness has hit our part of the country and we had to reschedule several things due to many being sick.
I headed over to Walmart to pick up the iced coffee, it is just under $4.00 per half gallon. I thought it was a little high, but then if you consider going to the local coffee shop and spending $4.00 on a tall drink then it’s a deal!
We ended up doing a doughnut breakfast and taste testing event, which all the guest were excited about. My husband was the most excited as he is likely to be the #1 fan of this new coffee product.
He even made the comment to me the other day that he think he is truly addicted to this product, like he dreams about it at night. Extreme? Yes!
International Delight offers three iced coffee flavors in Original, Mocha, and Vanilla. I will say my favorite is Vanilla and my husband’s favorite is Mocha.
The guest all agreed that their favorite was mocha. My sister was pretty adamant that the original tasted like coffee water and she was not a fan of that one.
Both my mom and sister were trying to decide on what they thought of this one, I think it was the original. They both loved the mocha the best. My mom had the hardest time deciding because she is not a huge fan of iced coffee, unlike me that’s what I prefer! Between all of the guest we finished off over a gallon of it after testing and my husband was very excited to bring some home.
We will likely be sharing more with friends this week, that is if my husband will leave any alone!
Overall the general consensus was the men loved it and thought it was delicious and creamy. The women preferred something lighter and less calories, possibly making it with skim milk to cut down the calories.
Find out more on my shopping trip and party over on Google +.
Have you tried out this iced coffee yet?
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. #CBias All thoughts and opinions are my own.