Winter Wishes: Midtown’s Peppermint Mocha

 Is it getting cold, or is it just me? The temperature is dropping and prompting us here at Java and Jeans to don our winter wear and start enjoying hotter options to warm our frozen hands. For the last couple months, I’ve been wishing it would get colder, and my wish has been granted. But, truth be told, winter is just getting underway. To save you the trouble of seeking favorable warm drinks in this upcoming Winter Wonderland, I’ve decided to share my findings with you! My first treat of the season, I ducked into Midtown Coffee House, the winner of my Most Wanted distinction in April. 

They recommended either the razzle dazzle, or a peppermint mocha. I want to preface this with the fact that I am a fiend for some peppermint mocha. All year long I lie in wait for one of my favorite seasonal drinks to return. I’m on the lookout for some unique selections this season, but since I hadn’t written on this one before- I figured why not!

 

When they sat it down in front of me, I was so excited that I picked it up and immediately burnt my hand on the cup. After giving it it’s space for a few more minutes, I could at least take a sip and guys- it’s fantastic.

The scent reminds me of dark chocolate, sweet and rich. Much like their spectacular razzle dazzle, their Peppermint Mocha is so unbelievably smooth. The peppermint is but a whisper over the chocolate that lingers on my tongue. 

It has a hint bite to it, but not an overbearing amount. The drink is invigorating with peppermint backing up the warm mocha with a refreshing hint of coolness. This choice is for people who enjoy a nice, risk-free beverage experience. It’s pleasantly mild, with a rich aftertaste that mimics the scent. This is one drink that I can confidently say tastes almost exactly like it smells.

If you’re here from out of town, or have been here for years, I can’t recommend Midtown Coffee House enough. They consistently exceed my expectations and give just the most fantastic service. They deserve all of the the appreciation they can get for serving up such delicious treats!

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taste; /5

I have nothing bad to say about this drink! There goes Midtown Coffee blowing me away again!

Columbus has No Shame

     No Shame is a part of an art underground here in Columbus, and what a shame I had never even heard of it. I have to give a thanks to @amanda_rad over on Instagram for making me hip to this event!

     No shame is basically a semi-latenight live art show that features the original works of 15 artists that are lucky enough to be the first to register. The art presented includes spoken word poetry, comedy, song and soliloquy- this is definitely for 18+ because some of it is definitely not for little ears. Signup starts at 10:00 pm with the show beginning at 10:30 pm, for the interested.

     They actually have a surprisingly long history, I’ll paste that below for the curious!

     The first No Shame started 28 years ago in the back of a pick-up in Iowa City, Iowa. Since then, branches have sprung up in New York, Miami, Chicago, Cleveland, Austin, Charlottesville and other cities. Well-known No Shame alumni include John Leguizamo (“Ice Age”), Camryn Manheim (“The Practice”) Rebecca Gilman (“Spinning into Butter”), Naomi Wallace (“Things of Dry Hours”), Rick Cleveland (“Six Feet Under”) and Jonathan Larson (“Rent”).

     In less than five years, the Springer’s weekly No Shame Theatre has become the most successful in the country, premiering more than 2,500 original acts with more than 170,000 people in attendance. (Read more HERE!)

No Shame Greeter
Not what I expected with “a lady bathed in strobe light”

     I arrived much earlier than either the signup for show starting time, at 8:30 due to just being around the area and having nothing better to do to kill time. As the time ticked nearer a gaggle of excited locals congregated at the door. The gathering crowd held debates and talked about societal issues, there wasn’t too much light conversation going on. At about 9:45 pm the volunteers brought out their “lady bathed in a strobe light”, which surprisingly wasn’t what I was expecting. I think my expectation was an actual lady hanging out in a spotlight, I guess I should have paid attention to their site. To be fair, I did want to go in as blind as possible. So mission accomplished?

     At promptly 10:30 pm with several debates being in full swing, the doors opened to let us in. I was one of the first through the doors, and declined participation in the performance. I do plan to attend at a later date and share my own writing, as a personal goal.

     There’s a bar at the back wall of the entryway, for those visitors who have a designated driver. I, unfortunately couldn’t since I was driving. The throng of people made their way to the auditorium, which was nothing like the auditorium I’ve seen. In the center of the room was a setup that was perfect for an introspective piece, and luckily one of the performers took advantage of the room’s existing atmosphere. 

No Shame Waterfall
The waterfall that held my attention for a while!

    My favorite thing about the props that were accenting the room was this well-made waterfall with faux-moonlight. I spent part of the time there just admiring the folds in the fabric. Maybe I’m just easily impressed, but I really think they did a phenomenal job. 

    I want to make a quick heads up to future attendees of No Shame Columbus. Despite the room being fairly sizable, the volume of people filling in and the cacophony of voices makes this a stressful place for those who have a hard time handling being around lots of people. Usually, I’m okay but honestly the noise combined with the number of people made even the large room feel so cramped. Warning aside, once the performers started and everyone was silent the room returned to its size.

     The spokesman took the stage at about 10:45 and I want to commend him on his charisma. He legitimately looked so at home in front of a nearly full house. He rang off the names of the performers with the help of the audience and called up any newcomers for a small initiation. I actually was able to convince myself to make my way up to participate, but did not have a partner for a rock-paper-scissors style game so I found myself seated quickly.

    The first couple performers were comedians. The first being stand-up while looking intentionally disheveled. some of his humor was definitely intended for 18+, so just another heads-up! My favorite part of his segment was his Three Rules of Tinder.

Be Attractive

Don’t be Unattractive

                                                                             Don’t say “Hi”

The third is definitely pretty solid advice, that I wonder if the second performer followed. He serenaded the audience with his tale of heartbreak and falling in love with no less than 3 different women having the same outcome. It was a tale of woe if ever there was one, to love someone who’s not capable of loving you because of orientation. Sadly, I can’t remember any lines from his piece, but it was quite good! At  the bottom of this post, I’ll put a slideshow of all of the performers so I don’t crowd the text or stretch the page!

     Acts 3 and 4 were a little more on the serious side. The first was a guy who stated he has only 1 or 2 more visits to No Shame before he’s gone. He gifted the audience with a thought provoking soliloquy about that which is hidden. His attire and the backdrop of tstage” was just perfect. He paced the stage and really drove a sense of urgency. He accomplished his goal wonderfully! Thankfully, I did manage to get a couple of decent pictures of him in (what I thought was) a prime location. I want to say this gentleman was my favorite act. When I go back, I’ll be saddened by his absence.

     Following him was my personal inspiration to resume poetry. A young poet that was writing imagery- she’s working on a book of poems about Columbus locations. When it comes out I plan to buy it. Her piece included two poems, one that perfectly described Fountain City, and the other that brought Kilwins to mind. She definitely inspired me to try my hand at capturing some of my favorite landmarks!

     Act 5 was there for his second time, and first time performing. Despite that, his taking the spotlight was met with a raucous barrage of cheers that was deafening. He was a comedic act, much like the earlier first 2 acts and his had a veneer of relatability. Again, this is something I don’t remember too much about, sadly. I will say that I do remember how well he composed himself, despite his nerves. I don’t know him, but I’m proud of him! Once he reclaimed his seat, a rapper made his way to the stage and was likewise charismatic. In a similar vein I can’t remember too much. But the picture I captured really shows his comfort!

 

No Shame in ending this here! 

     I don’t particularly want to make this a dauntingly long post, so I’ll cut this short here. I will say that I do recommend this for a fun night out on a Friday. At 5 dollars a head, it definitely not the most expensive thing you can do in Columbus, and it’s in the heart of our Downtown. Big thanks to the people of No Shame! Thank you for creating an environment where people feel safe to share their passions and try something new.

Hometown Cravings; First Tryday Friday!

 Midtown Coffeehouse has been a staple in my coffee habit since I discovered them about a year ago. I’ve written a bit about them previously, like the Razzle Dazzle and the Caramelnilla. Both of those are solid choices, but to bring in new interesting content for you guys, I need to branch out. What better time to branch out than a new Series that I’ve decided to dub Tryday?

              If you follow the twitter or facebook, you may have seen my curiosity about coffee soda. (< Link) The consensus when I made it at home, was not good. I didn’t like it initially and I continued to not like it after I tried to make it more “mine”. A real bummer, but I intend to revisit it and see if I can make one that I do like. Surely it exists, and I will find it.

              This evening after walking into Midtown Coffee, I noticed their chalkboard that usually has their specials had something different. It enticed me to ask about Barista’s Choice selections. Always in the spirit to test my taste buds, I obliged and was introduced to a menu outlining their personal favorites. All of them off-menu and all unique in their own way.

Coffee Soda!

              The one that especially stood out to me was the Dirty Vanilla Coke. Coffee and Soda? Where have I heard that before? Right….

It scared me and piqued my curiosity- so hesitant (and somehow excited), I ordered it. While in various stages of preparation, it foamed intensely and they had to cull some, if not, most of it. Once the drink was in my hand, I took the chance and tried it in front of the barista. And the panel says….


 

              Still not my thing. The carbonation from the coke mixed discordantly with the espresso making a very strange aftertaste. Maybe I shouldn’t have gone with the recipe and done the double shot. It’s a really unique and jarring contrast of saccharine sweetness and espresso. I don’t feel like it meshes too well. The flavors are a little too different to be able to go together in a pleasant way. I enjoy the coke flavor, but only for a split second before the espresso chimes in. It has a vaguely fruity flavor that I think is being amplified by the sugar content.

Ultimately not my thing in the least, I do want to make it clear that this is not a reflection on Midtown. You win some, you lose some when you take a gamble on a new treat and I’m going to call this one a loss. But, I will say that it tastes pretty similar to my attempt, which means that I did it right. So… win?

              BUT, I returned to the counter with my tail between my legs and admitted that I had to surrender to the Dirty Vanilla Coka. They suggested the Choddy, which is Cold Brew, Milk and Mocha. I was dubious, since I had been burned by my latest encounter with Coffee Soda.

Choddy
Midtown’s Choddy- yum!

              I’m happy to report, that while I have never been altogether too fond of cold brew, I’m happy I took the chance. They described it as “Chocolate milk with a nice coffee flavor”, which is quite accurate. It smells a bit bold and has a nice edge to the sweet smell of chocolate. The predominant flavor is much like dark chocolate. Which, is to say, it’s sweet with a little bitterness to temper it.

              Though they use the same beans in this beverage, I’m not picking up any hint of the fruitiness that I was getting from the other one and I’m almost 100% sure that it was coke over-exaggerating the undertones. I do suggest a hearty sloshing around of this one, as it does get a touch more bitter if you let it sit still for a few minutes. Definitely not one to chug, this one should sipped slow and savored.

 

Taste; /5

              For my ratings, unfortunately since I still don’t like the Coffee/Soda duo, this one gets a 1 out of 5. I’m still curious as to where that fruity undertone was coming from.

Taste; /5

              My second rating, for the strangely named Choddy is a 5/5 because I was completely in love with every drop in that cup. I was legitimately sad to look down and see that it was empty. Coffee and Chocolate milk? Amazing pairing!

Two for Tea and Tea for Two with Te Amo

Our amazing local tea wizard held a Tea for Two event at his shop, the aforementioned Te Amo Tea, that you can read about here.  I arrived a party of one to record the event, and enjoyed my usual Milk Tea, for simplicity’s sake. The beautiful and talented Bolera was attending as the live music and main attraction. She made the usually relaxing and mellow ambiance unusually intimate with her velvety voice. 

Not going to lie, it wasn’t what I expected but much better. The guitar paired with her voice was delightfully reminiscent of French acoustic, though I could be off the mark admittedly. I’m not a music blogger, after all, but I was definitely feeling the music and will likely be looking into any future events that host her, as well. During a brief intermission, I sat with her and found her quite lovely (and stylish!), you can follow her personal Instagram here. She performs fairly regularly at some other local businesses like our very own Iron Bank Coffee. You can see a gif below and to hear her lovely voice, I did add her to the Adventures story on the Java and Jeans instagram.

Here’s the teaser, check out our instagram story for more!

The venue buzzed with quiet conversation beneath the notes low enough that any crescendo drowned it out entirely. There was a small gathering of about 10 people seated on his various conveniently placed cushions. And the venue held some of its usual welcoming charms. Even when it’s bustling, this locale still finds it hard to feel tense. Sadly, I did have to leave at some point. It was nearly impossible for me to pull myself away, before my other stops closed.

The Tea Wizard
Toshiro, my friend, the aptly named Tea Wizard. Posted with his consent.

The hardworking tea wizard, was quite busy this evening, unsurprisingly. He was ready for the occasion with these adorable blue and white paper straws- I’m a sucker for anything aesthetic so I chose a smaller size. For the Aesthetic!
Click the image below to visit the artist on instagram. 

Milk Tea with a complimentary flower that the Tea Wizard graciously bestows upon his patrons- he switches it up sometimes.

 

Closing Thoughts: 

 

If you were unable able to come down and sample one of Te Amo Tea’s fantastic flavors, there’s always the next event and you can follow that facebook page as well to keep abreast of any updates. Toshiro always leans into the zen aesthetic. It makes for a great place to kill a few hours. He’s not only got an amazing product, which I raved about in my last post, but is a sparkling and knowledgeable conversationalist. For newcomers or veteran tea-drinkers, Te Amo is a must see. If you don’t know what to get, he can quickly make you up something new!

 

Quickie: Starbucks Did Something Right

Hey everyone! I’ve been trying to find something rave on from Starbucks (Aside from my old usual mocha frappe), and I found it, in an unlikely place on their menu. I’ve previously, only had the Black and White Mocha, White Chocolate Mocha with caramel and that… cinnamon thing, I had before. 

 

Seriously, the Coconut Milk Vanilla (iced) Latte was fantastic. I’ve never cared too much for coconut milk, and I’ve surely never had it in my coffee. Thi drink was a surprise and a half, after the first taste, I was hooked. It had a very harmonious flavor with the coconut and vanilla mixing, and left me feeling very zen. 

Without a doubt, this is a great vacation drink. If you enjoy coffee that tastes a little stronger, with a very down-to-earth sweetness, this is the drink for you! 

I see you Starbucks, good job!

 

Taste; 

Java Jill’s Fantastic Fête

~*~ Birthday Pre-Party ~*~

    

We have a very special birthday post coming at you today! I turned 28 on the 20th and am not happy about it, truth be told. To ease my mood, we started celebrating early! My dear friend and our beloved fashion writer joined myself and my fiance’ for the festivities, most of which was of the consumable variety.

For dinner, we went to O’Charley’s again, and I was treated to their delectable garlic butter filet mignon, broccoli, and Caesar salad, for dessert we had their wonderfully filling and rich Caramel pie. For my drink, of course, I had the Cotton Candy Fizz. On a side note, would you believe that 3 Walmarts and a Target failed to have Cotton Candy so I can recreate this wonderful thing at home? I’m considering buying a cotton candy machine.

    

Jeans and I rounded off the day with some much needed retail therapy- we left H&M emptyhanded but I struck gold later on at Charlotte Russe when I found this amazing tulle skirt, that is already up on Instagram., I’m apparently cosplaying as a Tumblrette tomorrow- tiara and all. I also bought myself a birthday coloring book and sloth journal to keep track of ideas for future posts on the go because I greatly prefer to write ideas on paper. Behold!

 

I am so ready to find my holy grail satchel purse so  I can carry my multiple notebooks around!

 

~*~ Day (two) zero ~*~

   

On the big day, we took advantage of the many birthday offers I’ve gotten in my email over the past month. The first one was Ihop where I was treated to their delicious sweet cream crepes, unfortunately, I did have to tell them it was my birthday so we could get the pancakes, and they ended up coming to table and singing their birthday song (I didn’t know how to even react- just quietly pout and drink my splash berry). 

Jeans and I left there and headed to Plato’s Closet, where I continued my ill-fated search for the holy grail of satchels. My search was fruitless, but we did find some good deals that I couldn’t commit to. One was a 90 dollar bag with the price tag that was being sold for 16 dollars and the other what looked like a knockoff Versace. In the end, I walked out empty-handed and walked right into a Clothes Mentor which was amazing. I didn’t even know we had a place for affordable name brands. I have never seen so many expensive purses for my budget. I didn’t walk out empty-handed this time.

To be perfectly fair, I’m looking for a crossbody satchel to hold my sketchbook, sloth book and maybe my computer (the latter not totally needed, but would be enjoyed). I found a few cute Coach bags in my budget that checked off a few of my boxes, but not all. Is it still settling if it’s Coach? I ended up selecting this gorgeous mid-2000s Coach crossbody. Not really important, but the inside is really pretty pink, which was a box I didn’t know I needed to be checked. And, I may be a peasant but, I’m very impressed by the stanp of authenticity.

grey Coach crossbody bag
Thank you, Clothes Mentor for my first designer bag!

I did include in that picture the birthday gift that my fiance’ gave me this year- Superfight, it’s like Cards Against Humanity but with ridiculous superheroes. I highly recommend this game if you enjoy Cards Against Humanity or Apples to Apples. 

The Peachtree Mall has so many great stores with some amazing selections, but in comparison to Clothes Mentor, the selections fell flat. I guess after being around the high-quality items everything else felt lackluster, I guess I know where I’m shopping on the regular. We did get a good deal on this amazing lotion from Bath and Body Works from their new Water line that’s made with Hyaluronic Acid and is supposed to be great for dry skin- I can attest to that, because guys, my. hands. feel. awesome. 

The last leg of our day was to get dinner, which was unremarkable- but we did get Starbuck’s colored drinks- I got the Pink Drink, because my aesthetic for my birthday is Pretty Pretty Princess. Jeans got the Purple Drink.

I’ll do a brief review on the Pink Drink, but since it’s a bundled sort of review with the entire festivities. Honestly, this drink deserves a spot on my Summer Drink list and if that post hadn’t already gone up, I’d definitely add this. It’s amazingly refreshing and fruity. I felt like I was relaxing on some beach in Florida with this, really, it’s phenomenal. Fruity, light with a slight strawberry flavor underneath what I assume is the Acai. I may or may not be mildly obsessed with this.

Also, as a sort of debut for myself and my questionable fashion taste, a photo of us! As you can see we’re having a blast enjoying our pink and purple berry refreshers at one of the happiest places on earth!

Java and Jeans in their natural habitat
Your writers, Java and Jeans! My aesthetic today was pretty princess, apparently

 

 

 

 

 

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer

City: Columbus, GA Stop: Fountain City Coffee Drink: Snickers Freeze Hi everyone! Welcome back to Hometown Cravings! I visited Fountain City Coffee once again to try one of their best selling items: The Snickers Freezer. In contrast to the Heath Freezer, I got last time, they don’t have crunched up candy bars but instead use syrup. Since…

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Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer

City: Columbus, GA Stop: Fountain City Coffee Drink: Snickers Freeze Hi everyone! Welcome back to Hometown Cravings! I visited Fountain City Coffee once again to try one of their best selling items: The Snickers Freezer. In contrast to the Heath Freezer, I got last time, they don’t have crunched up candy bars but instead use syrup. Since…

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer

City: Columbus, GA Stop: Fountain City Coffee Drink: Snickers Freeze Hi everyone! Welcome back to Hometown Cravings! I visited Fountain City Coffee once again to try one of their best selling items: The Snickers Freezer. In contrast to the Heath Freezer, I got last time, they don’t have crunched up candy bars but instead use syrup. Since…

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer

City: Columbus, GA Stop: Fountain City Coffee Drink: Snickers Freeze Hi everyone! Welcome back to Hometown Cravings! I visited Fountain City Coffee once again to try one of their best selling items: The Snickers Freezer. In contrast to the Heath Freezer, I got last time, they don’t have crunched up candy bars but instead use syrup. Since…

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans

Hometown Cravings; Best Seller, The Snickers Freezer was originally published on Java and Jeans