Vegan MoFo 2017 | Autumn Beanies Flavour Coffee

Beanies Flavour Coffee

Today’s post is one that I am particularly excited about – I recently received my latest Beanies Flavour Coffee order! I’m a big coffee lover, even more so since becoming eternally sleep-deprived having a baby. Most of all, I love a speciality latte, especially when the seasonal flavours come out! But as we all know, they’re often full to the brim with sugar and not particularly purse-friendly. I still enjoy one once or twice a week, but for the rest of the time, I’ve found a much healthier, all-vegan substitute: Beanies Flavour Coffee!

Vegan Beanies Coffee

Decaf Mint Chocolate Beanies Coffee

I’ve ordered from the company a few times in the past and have always been really happy with their service. Quick shipping, free over £20 and there are always plenty of offers! I really wanted some autumnal flavours this time around, so I went for Caramel Popcorn, Decaf Mint Chocolate (I can only cope with one, may two, cup(s) of caffeinated coffee a day. That’s probably not a bad thing) and, of course, Limited Edition Pumpkin Spice! A ready-made pumpkin spice coffee that’s all vegan and contains no sugar? What’s not to like!? It’s especially delicious with cashew milk as an impromptu PSL!

Pumpkin Spice Beanies CoffeeCaramel Popcorn Beanies Flavour Coffee

I’ve tried all the of my Beanies Flavour Coffee jars and I love them all. I definitely have a favourite though, and that’s Pumpkin Spice! I was really quite surprised at how balanced the flavour was, and there’s no real need to add stevia or any other form of sweetener. All flavours are between £2.50 and £2.75 a jar, and each jar makes about 25 cups, so it’s not a bad deal!

Autumn Beanies Flavour Coffee

I also added a Beanies Flavour Coffee travel mug to my order. I’m making a real effort to reduce the amount of household waste we produce. Aside from potty-training and phasing our nappies (story for another time – what a learning curve!), I’ve been avoiding extra wrapping on our fruit and veg and getting takeaway cups. Instead, I bring one of my travel mugs from my growing collection to the coffee shop with me. No waste, and I usually get a discount. Win-win! And when I’m running late in the mornings, I can chuck my half-cold, half-finished cup of coffee into a portable mug to finish on the go…

Do you love flavoured coffee, or are you more of a minimalist when it comes to your cup of java?



  1. October 29, 2017 / 8:03 am

    When I get back to the UK I’m popping over to yours for a day of coffee tasting! I definitely want to try pumpkin spice and any fun decaf coffee is good with me, like you I can’t handle too much caffeine so decaf is a must.

    • hannahcolquhoun
      October 29, 2017 / 8:22 am

      Haha yes! If you ever head up near Liverpool let me know and we’ll try every decaf option we can get our hands on 😹

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