Free Nescafe Taster’s Choice Coffee Packets

Instant coffee has come a long way, my friends!  I really had my doubts about it until I tried a sample of Nescafe Taster’s Choice single serve packets.  This has ended up being one of my favorite free samples!  They send you one packet of each of the 6 varieties that they offer: regular house blend, decaf house blend, 100% Columbian, French roast, vanilla & hazelnut.  I’ve been able to request this free sample multiple times!

You can request your own free sample by clicking here.  You will need to sign in or register to request the sample.  You can also request a free sample of Facebook by “liking” Nescafe & requesting a sample here.

If you are already a fan of Nescafe here is how you can get some really cheap:  My favorite freebie/coupon website MoneySavingMom.com announced that you can sign in or register to print a $1/1 any Nescafe Tasters Choice coupon.  When I registered on the site, I didn’t see this specific coupon offer right away.  So after you sign up you may need to come back to this post and click on the link again to find the $1/1 coupon.  You should be able to print the coupon twice by hitting the back button.

Thank you so much, MoneySavingMom for telling me all about this coupon!  However, this is where things get really exciting!!  I went to my local grocery store to use my internet coupons.  My store was selling small boxes of 7 packets for $1.09 each.  I used my two coupons and ended up with 14 packets for just $0.18!  When I got home and opened up the boxes each one had another $1/1 coupon inside!!!!  I am totally going to stock up!

Still not sold on drinking instant coffee?  I like iced coffee, so I spice it up by adding flavored creamer and drinking it cold.  It would also be a super quick way to make coffee for your own homemade lattes or frappuccinos.  Here is a fabulous Pumpkin Spice Latte recipe and this is a Mocha Frappuccino recipe that I’ve been wanting to try.

I have not been compensated in any way for my promotion of Nescafe.  I simply like free coffee! 🙂

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One Comment

  1. Thanks Rebecca. I am going to have to try “instant” cofffee. Maybe it is better than it used to be when you measuerd out the crystals and dumped them in hot water. As least this is like a tea bag. lol Thanks again!

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