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Don Francisco Coffee Review & Frappuccino Recipe

I was super excited to be offered a Don Francisco Coffee Review!  I was even more excited when the box arrived!  I really wasn’t expecting so much! LOL  4 bags of coffee 2 ground, 2 whole beans, a Krups coffee grinder, a water bottle and a thermos!  WOW!  I was in coffee heaven!

Don Francisco Coffee Review

The first coffee I tried was the Hazelnut Creme.

Tantalizing taste and aroma, with creamy, nutty flavor notes.

All I can say is YUMMY! I have had this coffee a few times since the initial taste test! LOL This is my favorite for sure 🙂

Second I tried the French Roast Coffee.

Unusually smooth ultra-dark roast. Intense, sweetly pungent aroma: aromatic wood, raisin, nut, dark chocolate.

Now I am not a Medium-Bold or Dark coffee drinker, However, I was pleasantly surprised that this coffee was just as yummy! I guess it just depends on the coffee company ;).

Then I tried the Kona Coffee.

High-toned, delicate aroma: flowers, caramel, pipe tobacco. A bit sharp and astringent in the cup, but with a richly rounding caramel character and fine floral top notes. The caramel settles toward chocolate in the finish.

I got to use the KRUPS coffee grinder for this one. I have to say I love the grinder! It’s so easy to use and to clean!

The Kona coffee is a little stronger than the French Roast coffee, but it’s very good. My husband enjoyed it as well as the French Roast and he’s not as much of a coffee drinker as I am. The last bag was French Roast in whole bean, I didn’t open it because I already have the bag that is grinded, but it’s nice to know we have a back up when that bag runs out 🙂

About the Don Francisco Coffee Company, From their website: “Our family’s passion for coffee began more than a century ago when our ancestors José María and Ramón Gaviña left their homeland in the Basque region of Spain for the verdant coffee-growing regions of southern Cuba. On that lush Caribbean island, with its warm tropical breezes, fertile soil and towering mountains, the brothers planted a parcel of land with coffee trees and called their farm, Hacienda Buenos Aires.”

Here’s the recipe for Starbucks Frappuccinos

2 cups ice
3/4 cup double-strength coffee, chilled
2 tablespoons vanilla, hazelnut, raspberry, or other syrup

MOCHA Frappuccino:
3 tablespoons granulated sugar and 1 cup low-fat milk and 3 Tbsp. Hershey’s Chocolate

Caramel Frappuccino:
Add 3 tablespoons of caramel topping to the original recipe and prepare as described.

Whipped cream for garnish and don’t forget the sprinkles 😉

Combine all the ingredients in a blender and blend on high speed until ice is crushed and drink is smooth. Pour into two 16-ounce glasses. Garnish with a dollop of whipped cream and serve with a straw.

Yield: 1 serving
Prep Time: 15 minutes

Double-Strength Coffee is made by brewing with twice the coffee required by your coffee maker (that should be 2 tablespoons of ground coffee per each cup of coffee). Chill before using.

Stay tuned for our “Kissin The Cook” Giveaway Blog Hop!  You will be able to win a Don Francisco Gift Basket like I received.  A Value of $55!

*Disclosure: We received the Don Francisco Coffee Basket (MSRP: $55) for this review. We received no monetary compensation and we were NOT required to do a favorable review. Aside from information taken from the company, the opinions are our own. We only recommend products or services we will use personally and/or believe will be good for our readers. Our reviews and giveaways are in no way affiliated with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Google+. We are in no way liable for any injuries that may result because of use or misuse of any product we recommend.  For more information please read our policies Here.

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