It’s time to choose
So you’ve decided to go easy on the pricy drive-through coffee and start making your morning cup/cups at home. (But with K-cups, obviously…not making drip coffee every day. You’re thrifty, not a monk.)
Then comes flavor selection. There’s a lot out there, and if you’re using these with any regularity, you know how important it is to find a good deal and that you shouldn’t just buy these suckers off the shelf. Here at SideDeal, the best way that we know how to make a good deal happen on something like this is to find some weirdly-random flavors that, while delicious, are also…odd.
Today is that. And really it’s a bit of a fork in the road as far as life choices go. Do you want your morning coffee to be reminiscent of donuts or do you want your morning coffee to be reminiscent of, well…bourbon. Or would you rather feel like you are drinking something left over from someone’s very expensive corporate gift basket? Obviously bourbon is a pretty stiff drink for even the most out of control weekends, so it takes a special person to decide that this is the flavor you want to complement your morning McGriddle. (We don’t know if people still eat McGriddles, but you have to admit that it’s just about the most decadently American pairing to go with your Jim Beam coffee.)
On the other hand, if you prefer your coffee taste less like a combination of smokey vanilla and bad choices and more like literal dessert, then perhaps this Entenmann’s selection is for you.
On the other other hand, Harry & David is very fancy and will probably make you feel more like you have your act together than the other two.
Of course, you can always pour Jim Bean into your Entenmann’s coffee, but you can’t pour Entenmann’s into your Jim Beam. (This is flavor pairing advice, not a viral internet challenge—don’t @ us with links to your shenanigans.) As for the Harry & David, definitely get this one if you’re trying to outfit your very posh Airbnb listing.
This is a great deal no matter which you choose. Of course, you need a Keurig or this whole thing falls a little flat. Lucky for you, that’s what bonus deals are for.