I have officially become an iced coffee fan. This is a big change for me. I\’ve spent at least a decade shunning it since the fad began. (Guess I should stop calling it a fad since it is here to stay.)
This change came about because of International Delight. They sent me some coupons to try their product for free, and to share with some others. This allowed me to test out their three flavours: Caramel Macchiato, Mocha and Vanilla. Being a chocolate fanatic it is surprising to me that the caramel was my absolute favourite. Even without ice added to the product, this is one that will appear in my house for a long time to come.
Mine: Oh yeah! I could drink this every day.
Some of the other comments shared with me were:
Coffee Hater: Not as horrible as coffee.
Coffee Lover: This would be a great alternative to my morning coffee during the hot summer months.
Iced Coffee Lover: Good but I was hoping for more caramel flavouring.
Regular Coffee Drinker: I would want more sugar.
After a group of us decided to add some Irish Cream
Mine: Love it!
Coffee Hater: That\’s good.
Coffee Lover: Just like a mudslide.
Iced Coffee Lover: Oh yeeeeeeessss.
Regular Coffee Drinker: Is there more?
International Delight is owned by Saputo. Known for their quality cheese products, it makes me happy to know I can support a Canadian company with this new product.
Saputo history from their website:
In 1950, master cheese-maker Giuseppe Saputo and Frank, his eldest son, left their small village of Montelepre, close to Palermo, Sicily, and emigrated to Canada, convinced that this was the ideal country to provide a better future for their family in the wake of the Second World War. Two years later, Lino Saputo, his brother Luigi and sisters Rosalia, Elina, Maria and Antonina, joined their father and brother in Canada along with their mother, Maria.
As was the case with many immigrants, the Saputo family’s first few years in Canada were difficult. Everyone had to do their part to put food on the table. After a few years spent in Montreal, Lino Saputo convinced his father, Giuseppe, to start his own business. In September 1954, using $500 to buy some basic equipment and a bicycle for deliveries, the Saputos founded their very own company bearing their name. Through the effort, determination, sacrifices and courage of each member of the family, their company got the initial push it needed to establish itself in Montreal’s Italian community.
Today, Saputo still prides itself on the dedicated craftsmanship of its expert cheese-makers. They continue the Saputo family tradition of creating cheeses of unparalleled quality and taste.
You can taste their passion and know-how in every bite of Saputo cheese.
To find out more about Saputo, please visit the corporate website: www.saputo.com