This post brought to you by New England Coffee. The content and opinions expressed below are that of The Rebel Chick.
You guys know how much I love my coffee, right? Especially my iced coffees - I literally can not even function without my daily dose of sweet, sweet caffeine! My morning iced coffee helps me get so much done, and boy, do I always have a lot to do! Because I travel so often, when I am home, I am usually at my desk for about 8-10 hours a day trying to play catch up. Between handling client emails, scheduling things on the calendar, writing blog posts, editing photos, handling social media...and that's just the WORK part of my life! I am always on the go, and behind everything I do, there's a good chance that there's a little bit of caffeinated magic behind it.
My traveling friends and I talk about our coffee habits quite often, usually as we are scrambling to grab a coffee as we set out for the morning during press events. We're always comparing which brands we use, how we sweeten or don't sweeten, if we prefer iced coffee or regular brewed hot coffee - we even discuss the types of mugs, travel mugs and insulated tumblers that we use for our coffee!
Have you ever tried New England Coffee? The New England Coffee Shop is celebrating 100 years of serving great coffee to extraordinary people - ever since they were founded in 1916. That is A LONG TIME to be making coffee, folks. A LONG TIME. So of course they're celebrating! In celebration of 100 years, New England Coffee just redesigned their website and they've created a special blend of coffee called Centennial Reserve.
New England Coffee’s delicious Centennial Reserve is made from 100% Arabica coffee beans from Kenya and Ethiopia, which combine to deliver a rich body and bold, smooth flavor. I don't know about you, but I think that all of the best coffees I've tasted over the years use Arabica coffee beans, so it comes as no surprise to me that New England Coffee uses them!
I like the New England Coffee Breakfast Blend too, but the seriously, this Centennial Reserve Blend is pretty delicious and I've found that the New England Coffee Centennial Reserve blend even makes for a fabulous iced coffee! It can be difficult to find coffees that hold up to the amount of almond milk that I use, so I am always excited when I find one! I just add a little almond milk instead of using creamers - why ruin the taste of a great coffee with a bunch of flavoring? Okay, yes, sometimes I do use creamers, but very rarely!
The New England Centennial Blend is also fantastic just as a regular warm cup of coffee, which is how Angeline prefers her coffee. Yes...I let Angeline drink coffee - she's almost 19!
New England coffee is a small company that offers a variety of blends and flavors that can be found in bagged and single serve options at the New England Coffee Shop and at many grocery stores, so go check them out! Don't forget to follow them on Facebook too!
I know that I always feel extraordinary after I make my morning coffee, what about you?