I like coffee.
But I had to cut back recently. I drink one cup in the morning, and if I’m feeling like I need it or if I’m feeling frisky, I’ll have an afternoon cup as well. It’s been good for me, and I adjusted really well to less caffeine. But one thing I’ve learned in this whole “let’s drink less coffee” thing is that I want good coffee for my 1-2 cups per day.
I was recently asked if I’d like to try out Market District’s new coffees, and I said, “WELL YEAH!” In my hunt for good coffee, I’m definitely up for trying new things. I haven’t been disappointed.
I was sent two medium roasts, Moka Java Blend and Kenya, and one flavored coffee, French Vanilla. I’m super pleased.
Right now my favorite is the Moka Java Blend. It has a deep, rich flavor that really helps perk me up in the morning. It also makes my kitchen and office smell amazing. That’s one thing I have noticed about my good coffee hunt: I am super sensitive to the smell of the coffee. I can tell if I’m going to like it before I even taste it.
As for the French Vanilla, I love it as my afternoon or early-evening/post-dinner cup of coffee. It’s light, it’s fun, and it tastes yummy.
Of note: I drink all of my coffee black, the way God intended.
I’m actually interested in trying some of their dark roasts, like the Espresso or the French Roast. I think I’m going to grab a bag or two after we make our way through what we have now. I may also grab a bag of the decaffeinated Breakfast Blend. I never understood why people would drink decaffeinated coffee until I cut back my caffeine consumption. Now I miss the taste of coffee!
Would you like three bags of Market District Coffee? Good! I’m giving them away!
I have a bag of each of the flavors we’ve tried—Moka Java Blend, Kenya, and French Vanilla—to give away to one lucky winner. To win, simply leave a comment on this post telling me how you drink your coffee. For an extra entry, share this post on any of your favorite social media outlets, leaving an individual comment for each social share. I will draw a random winner on Thursday, May 15, 2014 and contact the winner by email.
Disclaimer: I was given coffee in hopes that I would like it and share it with my readers. If I hadn’t liked it, I wouldn’t have shared it. I’m nuttin’ but real up in this piece, n’at.