It’s no secret that I love coffee, or that my go-to coffee is a Starbucks bold, preferably Komodo Dragon–the flavor that turned me into a Starbucks junkie.
So, how did I survive a vacation with no Starbucks in sight?
As I was getting ready for our trip, I came across some reviews on Yelp saying that the hotel rooms have Keurig coffee makers. That was all the encouragement I needed to fit a dozen Starbucks K-cups in my bag.
The hotel room coffee service included those little cups of half-and-half, so I could make the perfect cup of coffee to take outside and enjoy the sunrise.
I always travel with Starbucks Via, and have found that adding about 1/2 packet to airline coffee makes it tolerable.
I tried it on the hotel restaurant coffee, but the K-cup brew was much better.
Of course, as soon as we go to Flagstaff, I looked up the closest Starbucks on my Starbucks App. Flagstaff doesn’t have as many Starbucks as Denver, but there was one a few minutes from our hotel.
I could have downed both, but I gave one to my husband. 😉
It’s always good to get home after a trip, but one thing I look forward to most is a big pot of my home-brewed coffee–made with Starbucks beans of course!
If you’re in the market for a new coffee maker, I am still liking the Bonavita coffee maker I got in January–you can read my review here.
And so you don’t think I only like Starbucks coffee, check out this post about the coffee I enjoyed in Europe.
Are you picky about your coffee?