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Coffee. Some drink it socially, and merely tolerate it. Others might use it in the morning to help them going. A select few will drink coffee in the late afternoon for a pick-me-up. And then there are those of us that live for coffee. It feeds our souls and runs through our blood. No matter what type of coffee drinker you are, you need Javamelts®.
The idea for Javamelts® came to Carolyn Barbarite on Valentine’s Day. Her high school sweetheart husband was pouring her a cup of coffee and it came to her. She wanted a non-dairy, non-GMO, vegan and fat-free sweetener that added flavor. The coffee market might be broad, but there sure wasn’t anything like this out there yet. And so, Carolyn got to work, and eventually created Javamelts®. It’s since grown, expanded and become an NYS Certified Women Owned Business- how cool is that?
So, what exactly are Javamelts®? They are a unique flavored sweetener to add to your coffee! Forget the clunky bottles of creamer, and the sticky, high fructose syrups. With these little molded pieces of heaven, you’ll get the perfect amount of flavor to your coffee or tea, guilt-free. They are Certified Gluten Free, vegan, dairy and lactose free, transfat free, non-GMO and contain no artificial sweeteners. Plus, they are only 20 calories each. Talk about a healthier option!
I know what you’re probably thinking after that description: “But do they actually taste good?” Ohhhhh, my little coffee fanatics. As a coffee connoisseur, and someone that won’t personally promote something I don’t use myself, trust me. These are absolute magic. Between Caramel, French Vanilla, Hazelnut and Mocha, I honestly cannot pick a favorite.
They’re made with 5-6 grams of real baker’s sugar and are shelf stable for up to 24 months. If I ever create a fallout shelter, Javamelts® will be the first thing I stock in there! It’s pretty obvious, I would also have a large collection of coffee, as well. One to two Javamelts® is recommended in an 8 ounce cup, and I find that for me, just one offers the perfect amount of flavor. You can also add dairy or non-dairy creamer like half and half, non-fat cream, soy or almond milk to your coffee, even with Javamelts®, if you like your coffee a bit creamier.
They are great for on-the-go, because they are individually wrapped. I take several road trips every year, and grab gas station coffees. We all know that’s not the best quality, but once I plop a Javamelts® in there, it transforms the coffee. It literally makes the coffee taste better, without overpowering it, and there’s no aftertaste. There are currently 2 boxes of Javamelts® in my glove compartment, so I’m prepared for my next road trip!
If you’re a business owner, no doubt you have employees that take advantage of their coffee breaks. Show them a little love and offer Javamelts®. The cool, new Change Makers are perfect for your office. They containers are space-conscious, and it’s easy to grab the flavor of choice from them. Travel marts and other businesses can easily charge 2 for $1 or 5 Javamelts® for $2. Hotel mini bars are another perfect place for Javamelts®. Plus, the Pop Floor Display is warm and friendly for your customers. I know I would love to see one of these at my doctor’s office and nail or hair salon waiting area – wouldn’t you? Check out the wholesale options HERE!
National Coffee Day is Saturday, September 29th. Go ahead and celebrate this year with some Javamelts®! I promise, you’ll be happy you did. Plus, if you’re honoring coffee, there’s no better way to do it than with these sweet, flavorful pieces of goodness.
Javamelts® also make amazing gifts. Grab some for stocking stuffers. Design a gift basket for the coffee lover in your life, and scatter Javamelts® throughout. Or, just surprise your guests at holiday parties with these yummy options for their after dinner coffee. You’ll also want to grab some for yourself. Go ahead, you deserve it!
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