Have you guys seen the new Brew Over Ice K-Cups? I have been dying without my Keurig as we waited impatiently for the movers to arrive with all our stuff.
They finally brought our stuff just last Sunday and unloaded it into the storage unit, only then I remembered I didn’t trust them with my precious Keurig and had loaded it into the U-Boxes that were still traveling from East to West. Which meant I still had more waiting to do.
Luckily I only had to wait until yesterday, when we finally got our three U-Boxes delivered, picked up, and unloaded on Thursday, and I located the box with the Keurig to satisfy my coffee needs. And now some fun Brew Over Ice needs!
One of the reasons I was dying without my Keurig was not only because we love our individual coffee in the morning, but because I had gotten this to check out and report back to you on:
Excuse the red suitcase as a back-drop, we’ll be living out of our suitcases in my parents basement until our house in PA sells and the house we made an offer on here becomes a reality – this is one of the few moments I’m wishing for a fast-forward button instead of a pause button.
And looky! The ice bucket lights up!
Pretty cool, no? You’ll understand in a minute why I’m pointing out that little feature. One thing I noticed is that the ice bucket was cracked on the bottom, so I didn’t put ice in it, because I love the light and want to wait until I get some glue or something to make sure the melting ice doesn’t leak down to where the light is and make the light not work anymore:
You can see the cracks a little more clearly in this shot, but this one is intended more to show you that included in this fun kit were three different versions of the Brew Over Ice variety:
Donut Shop Sweet & Creamy Iced Coffee, Vitamin Burst Strawberry Pomegranate Fruit Brew, and Snapple Peach Iced Tea. If you own a Keurig brewer, you know how easy it is to use, and these K-Cups are no different. Just fill a glass (and please, not a glass glass!) with ice, and away we go:
I forgot to take pics whilst brewing, so I snagged the picture off the Brew Over Ice website just for reference. And again, no glass glasses!
All three varieties were a hit – the hubby and I shared the iced coffee so he could add his two-cents. He thought it was a little too sweet for his taste (but he likes his coffee much stronger than I do, so for me it was perfect).
Princess Nagger and I tried the Strawberry Pomegranate Fruit Brew and both loved it, and of course we both loved the Snapple Peach Iced Tea (which she scarfed down after graciously giving me just a taste). We’re looking forward to picking up lemonade K-Cups, since we’re big lemonade drinkers, especially in the summertime.
From Brew Over Ice:
“Calling all Keurig® brewer lovers! Did you know you can make refreshingly cool iced beverages with your Keurig® brewer? Whether you’re craving an iced coffee, or a home-brewed iced tea, you can enjoy delicious beverages from the comfort of your own home with Brew Over Ice K-Cup® packs!
With our variety of mouth-watering flavors, you will have no problem creating the perfect beverage to revital-ice your day. Simply fill a tumbler with ice, choose the brew that best suits your taste buds, hit the 6 or 8 oz button on your Keurig® brewer, and get ready to enjoy the sweet sensation of Brew Over Ice!”
Want to try some?
If you want to try Brew Over Ice for yourself:
But wait, there’s more!
One Lucky Stacy Uncorked Reader will win a Brew Over Ice prize pack, which includes: Three Brew Over Ice K-Cup samples, a Brew Over Ice tumbler, four Brew Over Ice coasters, and a Brew Over Ice light-up ice bucket and tongs:
See why I showed you the cool blue light?
You have until Midnight (PST) September 18, 2013 to enter. One lucky winner will be chosen – I will email the winner who will have 48 hours to respond to the notification email or a new winner will be chosen. Open to U.S. residents 18 years or older. Good Luck!
Note: Prizing and information for this giveaway has been provided by Brew Over Ice. I received Brew Over Ice products for purposes of this post; however, as always, all opinions are mine and not influenced by outside sources. See my Disclosure Policy here.