If you like you coffee with sugar and spice, and everything nice! Then you will love Maxwell House Internationa Cafe. It tastes really good, sorta starbucks quality without the hassle of brewing or any time-consuming preparation. It can also be used as a creamer. Easy to use, put 2 teaspoons in a cup, (dissolves easily) add some sugar and milk (works best) or hot water, then you’re good to go.
Favorite Flavor No 1. Vanilla Caramel. Really smells like caramel, tastes like caramel with a lot of vanilla. Very creamy and sweet. You probably wont need sugar at all.
Favorite Flavor No.2 Hazelnut. Aromatic hazelnut smell, not sweet, might need to add some sugar, tastes very creamy, and very soothing to the senses.
With less than a hundred calories, Maxwell house International Cafe Flavors are a delight to have. Tastes better than coffee, acts like coffee and saves time to prepare. Available at any grocery stores everywhere and at amazon.com
What’s there to love? With 120 calories, 50% less sugar than Quaker’s Regular Instant Oatmeal, plus rich in Iron and Calcium with 7 other essential minerals, hungry dieters and health conscious people will really grab one of these. But, does it really taste different with lower sugar?
Maple and Brown Sugar: Really nothing more than a hint of maple smell and dominant taste of brown sugar. Probably my least favorite, kind of plain in taste, like there’s almost no sugar to it and you feel like you really need to add some more. Some people might like it the way it is. Not bad at all.
Cinnamon and Spice: Better than Maple and Brown Sugar. You will love the strong cinnamon smell when you open the pouch. Slight sweeter. No need to feel like you have to add sweetener. It seems to have the right balance of sweetness.
Apples and Spice: Probably has more fans compared to the other two. Quiet sweet, delicious and smells good. There’s bits of apples that adds a nice flavor to the spicy aroma.
Verdict: Good if you’re dieting, or has some health issues that requires you to consume less sugar. Love the variety pack. A very good alternative to Quaker’s regular oatmeal. Available at grocery stores everywhere and at amazon.com