AY MAMA INE!, TODOS LOS DIAS TOMAMOS CAFÉ!

By Lynn Ponder: When I started thinking about this post the “Ay Mama Ine” lyrics popped up in my head and like the song says, coffee is part of our daily routine and hard to let go. Total percentage of Americans over the age of 18 that drink coffee everyday 54% and if you want to know about Hispanic Americans coffee consumption = 74% Latinos drink coffee daily Ay Mama!!!

The data also reveals that Hispanic Americans appear to drink more premium coffee types than non-hispanics with 46 percent saying they drink gourmet coffee beverages daily. Great news indeed for New NESCAFÉ® Memento™ a delicious single-serve instant coffee that offers the coffeehouse experience in one convenient stick pack.

Memento™ is made with real coffee, milk and sugar, Memento™ is the very first instant coffee that has a rich, luxurious foam that can match any coffeehouse cappuccino. It is available in three delicious flavors: Caramel Latte, creamy Cappuccino and rich chocolate Mocha.

NESCAFÉ Memento™ offers the perfect alternative to coffeehouse drinks that are expensive and full of calories. Also offers quality and flavor, as well as a rich foam that can stand up to any coffee house cappuccino. Plus great news only 100 calories per cup and mere cents per packet, NESCAFÉ Memento™ won’t impact your waistline or your wallet WEPA! Also discovered that if you go to Nescafe Facebook page and LIKE they will send you a free sample of Memento :)

I did my tasting for Nescafé Memento™ during the Holiday’s and I invited my Mom who is a hardcore instant coffee drinker, to taste the Cappuccino and she really liked it! Caramel Latte, Mocha and Cappuccino flavors are really good, each one has a special delightful taste, but I admit that my favorite one is Cappuccino.

My Mom and I right after some Memento™ fun coffee tasting!

Interesting facts: Nescafé, a brand introduced by the Nestlé company, can be traced back to the 1930s and Nestlé’s flagship powdered coffee product was introduced in Switzerland on April 1, 1938 after being developed for seven years by Max Morgenthaler and Vernon Chapman.

I like to learn from companies that have evolved with the times and continue to become relevant and even more successful each new decade. Aplausos Nescafé!

Disclosure: I was compensated by Being Latino to create this blog post and all opinions are my own.

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