Showing posts with label breakfast. Show all posts
Showing posts with label breakfast. Show all posts

Thursday, November 4, 2021

RISE Brewing Nitro Cold Brew Oat Milk Vanilla Latte is a great start to the day!

RISE Brewing has a great product in their Nitro Cold Brew Oat Milk Vanilla Latte. I've been a huge fan of RISE Brewing's Cold Brew cans for the past few years but this Vanilla Latte with Oat Milk is amazing! It is dairy-free, creamy, smooth and slightly sweetened with Vanilla.

It is all organic, dairy free, gluten free, plant powered and nitrogen-infused. I've found that the added nitrogen makes the coffee smoother and less bitter while providing an added kick in addition to the 80 mg of caffeine per can!

I had it as a daily start to the day and strongly recommend it, it's so smooth and delicious! The folks at RISE Brewing have offered you, my readers, a code for 15% off and free shipping on your first order using code FYIRISE15.

NOTE: We were provided with a sample case of RISE Brewing Nitro Cold Brew Oat Milk Vanilla Latte to facilitate this review. No other compensation was provided and as always, all opinions are our own.

Monday, May 18, 2015

A beautiful Sunday in the City

The first Sunday in May, I joined a few other blogger friends from BlogandTweetBoston and we had a nice brunch at Elephant Walk in the South End.  I left the house around 11 o’clock and was able to get in the city around 11:40… a nice leisurely ride without too much traffic. After driving around a few blocks looking for a parking space, I found one a block away and arrived right on time… I didn’t realize it, but it was also the opening day for SoWa Outdoor Market and the first gorgeous weekend since this horrible winter, so everyone was out and about. Elephant Walk had their front full length windows open so those lucky enough to be right near the windows had a great spot to people watch…

The chef/owner, Nadsa de Monteiro, daughter of the original owner, came out to speak with the group and introduce herself and tell us about the reasoning behind the offerings of French and Cambodian cuisine on the same menu. I learned that Cambodian cuisine is like Thai except that it doesn’t use as much sauce to flavor things or sweeten things but rather uses spice and other methods to flavor the food and is often lighter and healthier than other asian cuisines.

The food was amazing and the company was great! You can see the different food that I sampled below. Yum!!

NOTE: We were treated to brunch in exchange for promising to post a review within 2 weeks of attending the event.