Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Father's Day with Brooklyn Bean Roastery CocoMocha

This is a sponsored conversation shared by Wrapped Up N U on behalf of Brooklyn Beans Roastery.

Get ready to celebrate dad's everywhere with the richness of Brooklyn Bean Roastery CocoMocha. CocoMoucha is a seasonal brew that is released during the summer so stock up while you can. It is a blend of creamy chocolate, sweet coconut and 100% Arabica bold coffee beans that will have you drifting away to an island paradise even if you never leave your home.

I love a good dessert coffee and this does not disappoint and it just happens to combine the flavor of one of my favorite candy bars. To me, this is the perfect combination for iced coffee, the flavors just go well over ice. It's so refreshing on a hot summer day and would make a great accompaniment to a Father's Day brunch. 
Brooklyn Bean Roastery has graciously agreed to make 1 very lucky readers a winner of this fabulous blend. Click here to enter for your chance to win today!



Brooklyn Bean Roastery CocoMocha is available in a 40 K-Cup box and retails about $24 on Amazon (price is subject to change without notice). It is filter-brewed and fresh and is compatible with Keurig K-Cup and 2.0. CocoMocha is just one of the many flavors offered by Brooklyn Bean Roastery in the premium coffee and cocoa line. Visit them today to check out their full line of products by clicking HERE. As always keep it southern Y'all!


8 comments:

  1. I have fond memories of cooking pancakes and bacon for our family with my dad on the weekends when I was growing up!

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  2. My dad and I would go to the beach together a lot, he enjoyed the ocean and fishing for bluefish and getting some sun. I loved hunting for sea shells and sea glass for crafts.

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  3. I have fond memories of going fishing and going to baseball games with my Dad.

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  4. My Dad and I would play racquetball all the time!

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  5. My Dad used to take me fishing all the time!

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  6. My Father was a wonderful man, I was his only daughter and he called me his Mona Lisa all the time. As we just celebrated Father's Day weekend with my oldest son and our family, I was thinking of my dear old Dad and how much I miss him and wished that he was here with us still. He passed of prostate cancer back in 1995. Miss him everyday, but fell his presence all the time. Here's to you Dad, (my hero) :)

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  7. I remember lots of things about my dad. He lived to 93 years old but I enjoyed all the vacations that he and my mom took us on. Especially to Florida.

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  8. I have many fond memories of my Dad. Most of them involve he & I shopping together. One that stands out is when I was in high school. I had planned on going to a basketball game to meet a boy, I had already called a friend and to go along and her parents were going to drop her off at my house. I was planning on Dad taking us(it was in another town and we didn't have our driver's licenses yet) but Dad had to work the next day so he couldn't. I wasn't happy and had to call my friend(just as they were getting ready to leave) and break the plans. So Dad & I went shopping instead, it was the Christmas season and Dad bought some little Christmas figurine, it lit up and Mom hated it LOL It hasn't worked for years but I proudly display it every holiday season. I will always treasure that memory of spending that time with him, it was much better than going to some basketball game. He passed away in 2008 and I miss him everyday.

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