Let’s face it, it’s expensive to go to cafes` for coffee every time. This new series is to combat that, much like the other series I have on the burner. Convenience Coffee is going to cover those delightful beverages that call themselves coffee you find at convenience stores- much like the one I have with me today that’s going to be my pilot, featuring the Starbucks S’mores coffee beverage.
You probably know what it looks like, but I’m going to post a photo anyway because I think my posts look naked without at least one photo. On the first impression, I really got my hopes up on this one. I was bamboozled!
On opening it, I was hit by an almost sickeningly sweet smell, that was a little like overbearing graham crackers. The overall consistency is downright watery, which is to be expected as I imagine with this sort of thing. I sucked it up and took a sip, and it actually tastes better than it smells. I was pleasantly surprised with how soft the flavor was, but still somehow remarkably S’mores like. It does have a little bit of a strange flavor on its tail, though. I’m not sure what it is, or what it’s supposed to be, but that only thing I can relate it to is soap.
I don’t make a habit of chugging Dawn dish soap, so this lingering flavor is uncalled for. As with Starbucks in general (per my experience as of this moment), it’s a little underwhelming in the quality department. But to be fair to the product, it is a coffee drink. Much like Capris Suns aren’t really juice, I’m willing to bet you this isn’t really coffee. But it pretends.
Really not too terribly pleased with this particular one, I’ve had a few of their coffee drinks and they all rather fall flat with me. I’ll hopefully bring you guys some quality Convenience Coffees in the near future. There’s one in particular that I can’t wait to tell you about (my absolute favorite canned coffee beverage)!
I don’t think I’ll bother really doing a legit rating system for this series, since it’s premade and everything- so I don’t think it really qualifies for my other rating system.
For the soapy taste, watery consistency, and eventually unimpressive taste, all I can say about this particular drink is…