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How to create new coffee flavors at home

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So many of us love coffee and spend so much money buying it from popular coffee shops! Try making your own unique coffee flavors at home. You can easily personalize them to suit your taste and save money at the same time.

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Try this idea:

  • Brew your own coffee at home
  • Pour into your favorite travel coffee mug (If you do not have one, buy one that you really like. This will make it seem as though you just stopped at your favorite coffee spot for the coffee you are drinking.)

Add:

  • A flavored powder coffee creamer
  • A Maxwell House International Cafe instant coffee, flavor of your choice
  • A Maxwell House International Delight mini, flavor of your choice

See slideshow for examples of these items

If you add a little bit of each three, and purchase 2 different flavors of each, your morning options can be extensive. You can easily have a different coffee flavor each weekday morning for your drive to work or to drink before the kids get up for school.

A great place to purchase your coffee supplies in Raleigh NC, would be: Harris Teeter

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