I bought a Keurig last Christmas for my husband and think of it as his coffeemaker. Come to find out, he wants to ween himself off of his coffee habit and drink more freshly squeezed from our Breville. Great. Now we have a Keurig sitting there since I am not a coffee drinker and another unused holiday present. Even though I drink tea daily, I am accustomed to heating up a cup of water in the microwave or using an old school kettle. Old habits — husband’s coffee – are hard to break. But once I realized that I could brew tea using the Keurig, I thought I would try it, and thankfully I was introduced to Brooklyn Beans : Prospect Tea.
As a native New Yorker, I am always biased to anything that can wave the Big Apple flag, and Prospect Tea, made in Brooklyn (Mr. HB’s birthplace and my youngest daughter’s middle name – insert wicked laugh here), is now my new go to daily drink. I was sent samples a few weeks ago and tried several flavors in my Keurig. Whether I was starting off my morning with Brooklyn Breakfast or winding down the evening with the Prospect Park DeCaf, I was thoroughly happy with the distinct flavors and how they reminded me of the city I know and I love. Now, if I only had a thick everything bagel smeared with lox and cream cheese……
Honestly, what I liked best about the teas was the variety. Gold Dragon, Graffiti Burst and Green Power stand out to me the most. It was not just another bland green tea; there was “punch” that was pleasant. I tasted each tea and had a separate tingling feeling. I am getting away from adding sugar to my teas but a drop of honey is nice and I strongly suggest it.
When looking to have anything as a consistent part of your morning, you need flavor and impact. As a mom, mornings are tough, and sometimes my tea is the only thing I can call my own. Prospect Tea has made my standstill Keurig much more valuable and I am appreciative of the company’s willingness to share their awesome product and even more grateful that I have a quality kick-start to my morning.
So here’s the good news for you…they’re giving one of my lucky readers a Prospect Tea Variety Pack including 40 individual K-Cups.
Here’s some a view of the assortment:
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a Rafflecopter giveaway Good news and bad news: none of the K-Cups are Keurig 2.0 Compatible but all of the Brooklyn Beans Roastery coffee will be available by the end of February. The Brooklyn Bean Roastery Event Bloggers are not responsible for shipment of the prizes. I was provided with product for this review. All views and opinions with regard to Brooklyn Bean Roastery or the company are my own and were not influenced by the company. Companies and bloggers, if you would like to participate in group giveaway events like this one, sign up to be emailed about future events hosted by Review Wire Media. (HOP)