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JENAE954 Posts: 7,020
12/7/12 7:06 P

I create my own flavored coffee with extracts and spices.
Ever tried cardamon or anise flavored coffee?
Making my own flavors is a fun thing to do and saves lots of money.

ADIOSALL Posts: 5,197
12/7/12 6:49 P

Gevalia.com - YUM!

COXBETH SparkPoints: (6,936)
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12/7/12 5:49 P

The bulk foods section at the local healthy food market (Sprout's in my neighborhood - Central Market or Whole Foods in other parts of town) usually has a better selection of flavored decaf than I can find in the prepacked section. I am in love with a french vanilla decaf, but it's just so dratted expensive...

STILLHERE1111 SparkPoints: (5,744)
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12/7/12 5:30 P

I love Stevia Drops.

When I drank coffee I would flavor the coffee with the drops.

Now I just drink a little black and green tea and a lot of herbal teas.

Stevia comes in really great flavors and no calories. Some of my favorite are vanilla cream, English Toffee, Chocolate, Berry, Hazelnut, Chocolate Raspberry, cinnamon, mint.....

http://www.steviasmart.com/stclfl.html

Depending on the size of your mug only use 8 drops an 8oz cup. So a bottle lasts a real long time.
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PUNKYSMOMMY SparkPoints: (33,223)
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12/7/12 5:05 P

gavalia - or flavor your own

SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (147,728)
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12/7/12 4:53 P

The cinnamon is sounding better all the time - is virtually cost-free and is calorie free, PLUS it has a nice warming feeling for your northern winter :-)

Kris

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12/7/12 11:33 A

GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
12/7/12 10:45 A

Wegmans has some FANTASTIC gourmet decaf flavors. I wonder if they ship...
www.wegmans.com
They have Irish Creme, Chocolate Covered Cherry, Very Vanilla, Raspberry truffle, Amaretto...and many more. I really hope they can ship across the states. That would be awesome. If not, see about making arangements with a friend or family member that lives near a Wegmans, to buy up a bunch for you and ship them. My sister did that with us, because she now lives in Ireland with her husband. :)

I_HEART_MY_FAM Posts: 1,809
12/7/12 9:37 A

Great suggestion,s but syrups and creams are out. I do not do anything with artificial sugar, and I would love to keep the coffee as less calories as possible, so syrups and creams are out. I did find a great site online that has many different flavors of decaf, in fact I am still looking.

CMCOLE Posts: 2,667
12/7/12 7:09 A

find a place with sugar-free flavoured syrup, and add that to regular decaf

SLIMMERKIWI SparkPoints: (147,728)
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12/7/12 6:54 A

Have you tried a sprinkle of cinnamon - put it in the cup before the hot water/coffee.

Kris

FEDGIRL4 Posts: 2,015
12/6/12 1:45 P

It is online but you could try Green Mountain Coffee or Churchill Coffee

KELLY_SP SparkPoints: (106,444)
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12/6/12 12:53 P

Perhaps you could try a flavored creamer for your coffee and that way it won't matter what brand of coffee you drink. Unless of course you like your coffee with no cream/sugar. If you prefer your coffee without cream and sugar, you may want to google decaf flavored coffee.

Be well,
Kelly

I_HEART_MY_FAM Posts: 1,809
12/6/12 12:44 P

Gosh darn it, regualr coffee has so many flavors where as decaf only has a a small fraction of what regular coffee has to offer. I am on the look out to find more places in my town and online to find more flavors of decaf coffee. Any suggestins? Thank you :)

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