Butterscotch Toffee Coffee Can
A smooth coffee with a sweet buttery aroma and hints of toffee.
FLAVOR NOTES: Sweet buttery aroma and hints of toffee
ROAST PROFILE: Medium
INGREDIENTS: 100% Arabica coffee, Natural and Artificial flavors
OTHERS: Natural and Artificially Flavored
Recyclable steel can and plastic cap†
†Plastic cap may not be recyclable in your area.
Regular price $8.49
Buttery aroma, hints of sweet toffee – how much more yumminess could you ask for with your daily cup of coffee? A popular choice, Don Francisco’s® Coffee in Butterscotch Toffee is one flavor you’re sure to love.
For connoisseurs and new coffee drinkers alike, Butterscotch Toffee is a favorite and for good reason! Flavored to create just the right notes and intoxicating aroma, every cup of brewed Butterscotch Toffee is reminiscent of those old fashioned creamy candies with hints of brown sugar, butter and caramel goodness.
Indulge in a daily morning cup or brew up a cup for an afternoon treat – there’s really no time better than the present to sit back and relax with a mug filled to the brim with your favorite coffee flavor! Its rich buttery taste and silky texture make it an exceptional choice to pair with fruits or chocolate, and spices like cinnamon and cardamom bring out the iconic flavors even more.
Made with 100% Arabica beans and no added sugar, Butterscotch Toffee is a delicious treat without the added calories! For an exceptionally creamy indulgence, pair it with a touch of milk and sugar to really bring out the butter and caramel notes, or enjoy it on its own for a clean and flavorful cup of coffee that immerses your senses with each and every sip.
Packed and vacuum-sealed in each and every can for the ultimate freshness, Butterscotch Toffee is available in an all-purpose grind – perfect to use in a drip machine, pour over or French press.
I was happy with the flavor. I might buy it again.
I love the different types I have purchased. I love robust types of dark coffee and you provide the taste I love
I believe this used to be called Hoghlander Grog. It is my favorite.