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Instant Coffee Mini-Entertainer (Assorted Mixes)

A smaller collection of our best instant coffee, cappuccino and hot chocolate mixes, perfect for anytime you (or your guests!) need a gourmet cup without the fuss of brewing. Enjoy decadent Lattes, mix up instant Mocha combinations of Chocolate and Coffee, or just have an effortless cup of hot coffee ... perfect for outdoor summer entertaining!

Excellent host/hostess gift, or for making any event into a Coffee Party. Packed in a white gloss box with clear lid. One of our most popular Instant Coffee products!

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Contains:
8 Original G7 3-in-1 instant coffee,  
5 G7 Pure Black instant coffee,
2 Mocha G7 instant cappuccino, 2 Hazelnut
3 packets of each flavor of Indochine's premium hot chocolate mix (Original and Mint).

Mix the Brio Chocolate with the G7 Black to make a fabulous Mocha!

$13.95
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  1. 5 Star Review bought as gift

    I was introduced to this product thru a friend. I felt this assortment pack would be a good gift because the coffee is amazing

    Posted by on Dec 30th 2017

  2. 5 Star Review Excellent kit for the curious one

    I bought this kit to experience the variety of products offered here and I was impressed. I enjoyed all of them and even though I’m not a fan of mints mixed with chocolate, the mint in the hot chocolate mix is so subtle that it is very enjoyable.

    It comes beautiful packaged, which makes it great if you want to send it as a gift.

    I recommend this kit for everyone interested in trying the variety of products offered here. It won’t disappoint.

    Posted by on Mar 21st 2017


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