Tuesday, October 8, 2013

What Would You Sacrifice For Eight O’Clock Coffee? Review #Giveaway



 I am a big coffee fan, and I have been a fan of Eight O' Clock coffee  for many years. Eight O’Clock Coffee has over a century and a half of experience & expertise in every bag of Eight O’Clock Coffee, and the taste shows this. If you are a coffee fan you are going to love this classic favorite Eight O’Clock Coffee. Here is a little more information about the company from the website:
The Eight O’Clock Coffee story starts a century and a half ago when we launched America’s original gourmet whole bean coffee. For over 150 years, we’ve been fueled by our passion for great coffee – and that passion comes through in every bag (whole bean or ground) and every Keurig® K-Cup® pack of Eight O’Clock Coffee. Always crafted from 100% Arabica coffee beans under the expert care of master roasters, we love making coffee as much as you love drinking it. You can find our premium coffees at most retailers throughout the country and at EightOClock.com.


I was very fortunate to be able to try out two boxes of K-cups from Eight O’Clock Coffee they included Dark Italian Roast K-cups and Hazelnut K-cups. Did you know that Eight O’Clock Coffee has K-cups?  Eight O’Clock Coffee Varieties – Original, Decaf Original, 100% Colombian, Decaf 100% Colombian, Bokar, French Roast, Dark Italian Roast, 50% Decaf, French Vanilla, Hazelnut, Mocha. There is a flavor for every taste!

 I love the ease of use of my Keurig, it is as if it is a coffee lovers dream. To be able to have coffee that is fresh brewed quickly and any time of day you would like this is a great thing. The only issue I have my the Keurig is fining quality coffee K-Cups, not all K-cups are quality coffee. So when I found out that Eight O’Clock Coffee now has K-Cups I could not wait to try it. Finally a chance to have the coffee I love in K-Cup form!
 I was able to try out the Dark Italian Roast K-cups. The Dark Italian Roast was dark and rich, a bold flavor that really wakes you up! My husband is a fan of the bold more strong flavors, so this was something he enjoyed very much. The Hazelnut K-cups were more of a lighter and less bold coffee. I loved the slight taste of hazelnut, it was just the right amount of flavoring, it was delicious and not overwhelming. Overall I was very impressed, and I will be purchasing Eight O’Clock Coffee K-Cups in the future, and I would recommend them to everyone who loves a great cup of coffee.

So if you are looking for some great coffee Eight O’Clock Coffee, is just what you have been looking for. Eight O’Clock Coffee is currently hosting a great contest on their Facebook site, make sure to check it out.
Would you be willing to give up that daily cup of coffee? If not, what would you sacrifice to enjoy it? Eight O’Clock Coffee is on a mission to find out. They will be satiating their Facebook community's coffee needs through the next eight weeks with a sweepstakes to win an Eight O’Clock Coffee prize pack. After 150 years in the coffee aisle, America's original gourmet coffee brand -Eight O'Clock Coffee - knows how important coffee is, and that one day to celebrate great coffee is just not enough.
 Now through November 21st, Eight O'Clock Coffee will be asking their Facebook https://www.facebook.com/EightOClockCoffee

fans a question each week about what would they sacrifice to enjoy their daily cup (or pot!) of coffee. An interview, date night or vacation? No judgment from us - we understand how important good coffee is to your daily routine.
Fans can enter once a day to win an Eight O'Clock Coffee Prize Pack, featuring coffee, coupons and branded-coasters (no coffee rings on your desk!). Every Friday, Eight O'Clock Coffee will select eight lucky winners! What would you sacrifice to enjoy your daily cup of coffee?  Well I have sacrificed missing my morning train to work many times, in order to make sure I had my morning cup of coffee~!
The generous folks at Eight O’Clock Coffee are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win 2 bags of Eight O’Clock Coffee. Would you like to win? Please let me know what would you sacrifice to enjoy your daily cup of coffee? There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.





Buy it:
You can purchase Eight O'Clock Coffee at your local supermarket or wherever coffee is sold.



Win it:
One winner will win 2 bags of Eight O'Clock Coffee


Make sure to connect via social media you can follow Eight O'Clock Coffee on Facebook and on  Twitter


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Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received 2 boxes of coffee to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .
If you would love to win do not forget to enter the rest of the current Sweepstakes


39 comments:

  1. I learned they also have k-cups.
    elysesw@aol.com

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  2. They have recipes on the site, and the Marshmallow Candy Bar is a must-have...NOW!!! lol myamurphy@mail.com

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  3. I learned that they have a great selection. I'd love the Italian Dark roast.

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  4. I learned All of their whole bean and ground varieties continue to be crafted using only high quality, 100% Arabica coffee. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Reneewalters3 at yahoo dot com

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  5. I learned that I can buy it at BJ's.

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  6. I learned the commany took a survey and found that the majority of those surveyed reported that they typically drank coffee at 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., which is why company went with the name "Eight O'Clock Coffee

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  7. I learned that the company is 150 years young

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  8. I learned that Eight O'Clock Coffee is 150 years young.

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  9. please let me know what you learned from the site.

    love the coffee..i have had it before..thanks since 1859..thats a long time

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  10. I love their coffee~long time fan!

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  11. that they have a big variety of coffee types

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  12. 8 O'clock Coffee has great recipes - thank you.

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  13. I now know they sell K-cups. Thanks.

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  14. I now know they sell K-cups. Thanks.

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  15. I learned they have recipes on their site

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  16. I learned that WalMart sells Eight O'Clock coffee. I remember my father buying Eight O'Clock coffee and I remember how good it smelled.

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  17. I learned that they have wonderful recipes such as COCONUT COFFEE.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  18. I learned that "Before the introduction of inexpensive, freeze-dried coffees, Eight O’Clock is the #1 brand in the United States…a reign that will last thirty years."

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  19. I would probably sacrifice a half hour of sleep just to have a nice cup of coffee.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  20. I learned that they sell whole bean and ground bags as well as K-Cup packs and different types of coffee.
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  21. There is a great selection to pick from.

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  22. Always crafted from 100% Arabica coffee beans under the expert care of master roasters -

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  23. I learned they have flavored coffees. My favorite is hazelnug.

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  24. I learned that Eight O'Clock sells seasonal whole bean coffee such as Cinnamon Bun which I would love to try.

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  25. I learned that Walmart sells Eight O' Clock Coffee.

    tderosa142 at gmail dot com

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  26. I learned that Walmart sells Eight O' Clock coffee.

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  27. Eight O'Clock coffee has recipes on the site. I remember the smell of this coffee in the grocery store when Mom would have it ground just before purchasing!

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  28. I learned they have lots of recipes available on the site.

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  29. I learned that they have a lot of great selections to choose from!

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  30. I learned that they have seasonal varieties!

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  31. 2006

    Eight O’Clock Coffee becomes part of the Tata family, joining brands such as Tetley Tea and Good Earth Tea.

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  32. I learned that I'm missing out on seasonal varieties like Chocolate Cherry! How have I not had this??

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  33. I learned they've been is bussiness for 150 years!
    zestywonderland@gmail.com

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  34. I learned the company has been in operation for 150 years.

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  35. I learned that they offer seasonal selections like Cinnamon Bun

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  36. They've been around for over 150 years.

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  37. Wow I had no idea they established over 150 years ago. lexbaylor27 at gmail dot com

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