Sunday, 10 November 2013

Beanies Christmas Coffees and Fab #Giveaway

A few days ago I introduced you to Beanies, The Flavour Co.  Their coffees are lovingly made in a special process bringing to you top quality premium flavoured coffees.

Limited edition Christmas instant coffees are now available in these three fabulous flavours:
So, what do they taste like?

Christmas Pudding - aroma of Christmas pudding with a hint of brandy cream.  Delicious Christmas pudding after taste too which wasn't over powering, so could be enjoyed as an after dinner treat, or lunch, whatever takes your fancy.  Actually made me feel like having a mince pie to go along with it.

Mulled Spice - first thing that came to mind was, of course, mulled wine.  It's quite spicy as far as a coffee goes, and to be honest, did not agree with my palate.  It does conjure up visions of a white Christmas spent around a roaring log fire.  Once again, I felt like mince pies...

Winter Warmer - this was my favourite.  The smell is blissful and I was catching hints of egg nog.  The taste is comforting and creamy and it lingered for just long enough to be pleasantly memorable.  Delicious!

The limited edition Christmas instant coffees come in 50g jars and retail at £2.50, available for purchase through their online store.  If you buy four for £10, you get free delivery!  Perfect to keep around the home for the Festive Season as well as perfect gifts for coffee lovers, Secret Santa presents and stocking fillers.

For £22.50 you can treat someone special to a luxury festive flavour instant coffee hamper containing the three festive flavour instant coffees, Annas luxury biscuits, chocolates and two mugs.  

Or...

Why not part in the Rafflecopter giveaway below to stand a chance of getting your hands on one of these fabulous hampers, complements of the lovely people over at Beanies?!

Ally x

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Note: I was sent these three Christmas instant coffees to sample in the pleasure of my home.  My views are my own, honest and not bias.

300 comments:

  1. Gingerbread would be yummy :-)

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  2. definitely gingerbread and possibly marzipan!

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  3. Mince Pies

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  4. Helen Humphries
    I think gingerbread would be a lovely flavour but any of the sweet spice flavours of Christmas would be lovely just stay away from Turkey flavoured! ;)

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  5. marshmellow n chocolate flavoured would be yum

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  6. gingerbread man flavour would be tasty victoriahine@hotmail.co.uk

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  7. almond would be nice

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  8. A german stollen flavour

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  9. Mince Pie.

    Rachel Craig

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  10. christine shelley11 November 2013 at 15:07

    gingerbread sounds fab

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  11. Marzipan... like a hint of amaretto....

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  12. OOH would love a sweet flavoured Cinnimon coffee , very festive xx

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  13. Gingerbread is actually a really good idea! I wonder if they can do something like the pumpkin spice lattes you can get at Starbucks?

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  14. Cranberry & Orange would be yummy

    Laura Harris

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  15. Gingerbread would be lovely

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  16. oh I think Mince Pie and Cranberry

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  17. christmas spice with cinnamon, cloves and ginger

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  18. candy cane

    katie

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  19. Irish Cream, Swiss Chocolate, and a pinch of Peppermint

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  20. Cinnamon or stolen flavor x

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  21. Gingerbread sounds delicious!

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  22. Christmas cake,I'd especially like the marzipan flavour of it.

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  23. the ginger bread one would be lovely and a spiced apple one would be nice too @ZoeRoxby

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  24. gingerbread

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  25. What a great idea! ...I'm a bit of a roast potato nut so I'm inclined to chose that - although I'm not sure how it would taste as a coffee! :)

    Jen xx
    http://kitsch-n-sync.blogspot.com

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  26. Chocolate flavour because I seem to eat more of them at Christmas!!

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  27. stollen - with plenty of almond flavour

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  28. With a hint of gingerbread maybe and christmas cake.
    @tjsi1963

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  29. Gabrielle Svensson13 November 2013 at 08:41

    Gingerbread could be nice

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  30. Definitely gingerbread!
    These coffees sound amazing!

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  31. Oo i bet these are lovely! love mulled wine and christmas spices, and i need coffee to function!

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  32. A rum and peppermint flavour would be glorious.

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  33. Well suppose gin and tonic's out the question so really fancy gingerbread

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  34. Mince Pie and Sherry
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  35. Mince pies - AMY RIPLEY

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  36. Roasted chestnut and cinnamon

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  37. chocolate and ginger (michaela atkins)

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  38. Mince pie, because I've had a "gingerbread latte" (from a posh coffee shop - Starbucks lol) and it's gorgeous. Good luck to everyone x

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  39. I love gingerbread latte's so gingerbread instant would be great

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  40. Cinnamon or ginger

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  41. I love the idea of Gingerbread...

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  42. brandy cinnamon or mince pie

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  43. Boxing Day bubble and squeak ;-)

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  44. cinder toffee?! with love, faye xx

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  45. Amaretto...thats christmassy, right?! :)

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  46. Marzipan.
    Chocolate Gingerbread

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  47. Just love gingerbread Judith Lightfoot

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  48. Chestnut and cream xx

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  49. My first thought was gingerbread before I even read the suggestions!

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  50. Christmas cake or ginger bread both sound gorgeous

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  51. Eggnog & Amaretto! De-lish!

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  52. I'd love to have a gingerbread flavour coffee but hazelnut coffee would be lovely too.

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  53. cranberry and orange or ginger

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  54. Maria Jane Knight22 November 2013 at 12:57

    Chocolate and hazelnut

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  55. Choc gingerbread would be lovely!

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  56. Gingerbread sounds and hopefully taste v xmassy

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  57. Gingerbread would be good. Or cinnamon

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  58. I'd go with gingerbread

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  59. I'd love gingerbread flavour! Or Hazlenut :)

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  60. gingerbread or Sherry Trifle

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  61. How about just some old fashioned booze in it? Baileys...

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  62. Xmas cake by Robby Price

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  63. Mince Pie sounds amazing - Great suggestion! :)

    @Jamiecomps

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  64. yule log flavour would be yummy

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  65. I would love to see gingerbread xx

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  66. Gingerbread sounds good, or chocolate truffle flavour would be nice

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  67. definitely gingerbread - lovely taste and smell

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