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You Can Now Infuse Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups In Your Coffee

There appears to be a massive trend of peanut butter-laced sweets going around in the dessert world right now. We’ve recently seen Reese’s Peanut Butter Doughnuts drop at Krispy Kreme, PB&J Oreos have appeared at Kroger stores around the country, and it now appears that that fad has spread into the beverage section, specifically for coffee creamers.

PopSugar independently confirmed with Walmart that a Reese’s-flavored Coffee Creamer was being sold by International Delight. The coffee creamer brand, which has made creamers out of chocolates like Almond Joy in the past, will also be selling the new peanut butter coffee addition in other stores, as well. While not all of those are known yet, at least one fan of candy-snooping blogger The Impulsive Buy has mentioned purchasing the new creamer at 7-11.

Sadly, early reviews of the new flavor claim that it doesn’t really taste much like Reese’s iconic peanut butter cups at all. Still, it’ll be interesting to see how coffee and peanut butter go together, so we’re still gonna go and try this out for ourselves.

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Liquid Gold: Girl Scout Coffee Creamers


Correct me if I’m wrong, but I could have sworn summer was all about lightening up – shedding clothing layers, eating fresher foods, squeezing lemon into our roots. But it seems the folks at Coffee-mate didn’t quite get the message, since they just unveiled a pair of Girl Scout Cookie-inspired coffee creamer flavors – Thin Mint and Caramel & Coconut (AKA Samoas and/or Caramel Delites) – at least three months after anyone would drink them.

It’s cruel, really. Here we all are, trying our damnedest to fit into bikinis and speedos, suffering night sweats thinking about all the deep fried fair foods we shouldn’t be eating, and they have to torment us with Girl Scout Cookies? It’s no wonder so many Facebook fans have been begging Nestle to create sugar and fat-free versions of these things. We. Can’t. Drink. Them. Or at least we shouldn’t. No, no, we really can’t, we’re on diets. Ugh, okay, we guess a sip wouldn’t hurt. Yes, that’s considered a sip. Don’t judge us, you don’t know our lives!

The new creamers are expected to hit store shelves nationwide soon at $2.69/16 ounces per bottle.


H/T Brittany High + PicThx Nestle