1. Star Bucks Mocha Frappucino.
One of the best coffee’s I’ve had when I’ve got a busy morning is the Star Bucks Mocha Frappucino. Now I know what you’re thinking, yes you can pick these up at basically any grocery store, but let’s be honest, if you keep a 6 pack of these in your fridge then even your trust timed coffee maker that you set up each night to go off in the morning so you can be productive during a busy morning is a huge lifesaver.
Now, we’ve all had those late nights and I know for me when I’m up blogging, working on a clients website or working on my own web design projects I know I’m gonna need some coffee in the morning, and for me on those late nights when I have to PLOP into bed and wake up in a few hours,
a nice semi-frozen Starbucks frappuccino does just the trick to get me going in the morning. Now it may not have the highest caffeine content but it does the trick to get you started. This Gem has saved me so many times in a busy morning when I have no choice but to skip breakfast and run out to my car and head out to the office or the gym etc… or even if I’m working from home. It’s just one of those timeless coffees that everyone needs to have in their arsenal.
2. HEB 100% Colombian Arabica Coffee
When you’re in a pinch this bad boy packs a punch! They were not lying when they said this product was 100% arabica Colombian coffee! If you’re ever feeling sluggish in the morning, just pack a coffee filter full of this amazingly delicious coffee, let it brew for a bit and add your favorite creamers, milk or sugars.
The other day, we decided to switch to this coffee from our old Folgers brand that we had been using the past few months and we noticed a huge difference in our energy levels and we also noticed it was much easier on the gut. So you will never feel like you will need to run to the restroom with this coffee brand! It’s all taste and energy here and we really recommend keeping a can of this coffee in your home and even in your office for those super busy mornings!
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