REVIEW: Nestle Coffee mate New Fall 2020 Coffee Creamer Flavors

Nestle Coffee mate Nestle Toll House Cookies  N Cocoa Creamer Bottle

Nestle’s Coffee mate has three new seasonal flavors for Fall 2020, if you’re tired of the usual pumpkin spice and peppermint mocha. They are Nestle Toll House Cookies ‘N Cocoa Creamer, Natural Bliss Mint Truffle Creamer, and Natural Bliss Caramel Toffee Almond Milk Creamer.

Nestle Toll House Cookies ‘N Cocoa Creamer

When I started drinking coffee, the first creamer I tried was Coffee mate’s Nestle Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookie. I loved how it turned black coffee and its bitter flavor into brown coffee with sweet notes of chocolate and cookie dough. Sadly, the flavor no longer exists. Even sadder, this Nestle Toll House Cookies ‘N Cocoa Creamer doesn’t evoke any memories of the variety that helped start my daily coffee addiction consumption.

While this doesn’t bring back thoughts of my coffee drinking origin story, it does make my daily cold brew taste chocolatey. Although, not as much as other chocolate-flavored creamers, like the Snickers and Dove Chocolate ones. I don’t taste cookies when I drink it with coffee, but I kind of do when drinking it straight. But, I mean, who regularly drinks creamer straight from the bottle, pouring it into their mouth like it’s the basin for a water fountain sculpture.

I’ll happily use this up, but overall I found it to be a little disappointing.

Purchased Price: FREE
Size: 32 fl oz bottle
Purchased at: Received from Nestle
Rating: 6 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (1 tbsp) 35 calories, 1.5 grams of fat, 0 grams of saturated fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 0 milligrams of sodium, 5 grams of carbohydrates, 5 grams of sugar, and 0 grams of protein.

Natural Bliss Mint Truffle Creamer

Nestle Coffee mate Natural Bliss Mint Truffle Creamer Bottle

When taking a sip of my coffee with this creamer, my first thought was, “I’ve had this creamer before.” I want to say it reminds me of Coffee mate’s Peppermint Mocha, but I don’t recall ever trying it. Maybe I’m confusing it with all the Andes XL Snap Bars I’ve been eating to cope with the guilt of receiving a case of the candy and forgetting to promote it on this site and social media. #sorry

Nestle Coffee mate New Fall 2020 Coffee Creamer Flavors Andes XL

Natural Bliss Mint Truffle has an equal balance of mint and dark chocolate. The mint level isn’t going to make you think you’ve brushed your teeth or chewed on a piece of gum. If you’re not familiar with the Natural Bliss line, they’re all natural creamers made with real milk and cream from cows that aren’t treated with added growth hormones.

This creamer is a great addition to my cup of cold brew. It’s tasty enough that I wish it came in a bigger bottle. Maybe next year.

Purchased Price: FREE
Size: 16 fl oz bottle
Purchased at: Received from Nestle
Rating: 7 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (1 tbsp) 35 calories, 1.5 grams of fat, 1 gram of saturated fat, less than 5 milligrams of cholesterol, 5 milligrams of sodium, 5 grams of carbohydrates, 5 grams of sugar, and 0 grams of protein.

Natural Bliss Caramel Toffee Almond Milk Creamer

Nestle Coffee mate Natural Bliss Caramel Toffee Almond Milk Creamer Bottle

Hey, didn’t you just write that the Natural Bliss line are all natural creamers made with REAL MILK AND CREAM? This has almond milk. Okay. Okay. Coffee mate also has another Natural Bliss line that contains plant-based milks, like almond, oat, cashew, and coconut.

Usually, with almond milk creamers, I can tell if they have the nut milk. But with this one, I didn’t notice that. The caramel and toffee flavors are potent, so maybe they overwhelm the nuttiness. Also, and I know I said this about the Mint Truffle one, this one tastes similar to another creamer I’ve had. Geez, I’ve tried so many products to hide the flavor of black coffee.

My thoughts about this mirror what I think of the Mint Truffle variety. So much so that I’m going to copy and paste this: This creamer is a great addition to my cup of cold brew. It’s tasty enough that I wish it came in a bigger bottle. Maybe next year.

Purchased Price: FREE
Size: 16 fl oz bottle
Purchased at: Received from Nestle
Rating: 7 out of 10
Nutrition Facts: (1 tbsp) 30 calories, 1 gram of fat, 0.5 grams of saturated fat, 0 milligrams of cholesterol, 15 milligrams of sodium, 5 grams of sugar, and 0 grams of protein..

DISCLOSURE: I received free samples of the products. Thanks, Nestle! Doing so did not influence my review.

10 thoughts to “REVIEW: Nestle Coffee mate New Fall 2020 Coffee Creamer Flavors”

  1. ” Maybe I’m confusing it with all the Andes XL Snap Bars I’ve been eating to cope with the guilt of receiving a case of the candy and forgetting to promote it on this site and social media. #sorry”

    …never too late for a giveaway…well, unless you have managed to work your way through the shipment…

      1. He is saying that he doesn’t understand the point of putting a bunch of flavoring in coffee if you are going to drink coffee. He is being snobby and people like that don’t belong on a site that is all about junk food in my opinion.

        1. Well, in his defense, that is not being “snobby.” Nothing wrong with appreciating the flavour of the bean. And again in his defense, some people are just curious and visit sites like this to see what is out there and new…even if they don’t partake in any of it.

          1. He could have kept his thoughts to himself and been happy for others even if it’s not for them. That is polite.

            I just get irritated when people complain about Junk food on this site. I have seen people complain a food has no nutritional value. Or say this is why Americans are so fat in a tone of disgust. They took the wrong exit.

    1. I prefer OJ with pulp. It makes me feel as if I’m drinking hand squeezed orange juice that I squeezed with my bare hands on a manual juicer, helping to develop my grip so that I can someday be an anchor on one side of a tug of war. It’ll be a battle that’ll squeeze energy and sweat from my body. And at the end of it, no matter win or lose, I will enjoy an OJ with pulp. Oh, I also like orange juice with calcium. It makes me feel as if I’m drinking hand squeezed orange-flavored milk that I squeezed with my bare hands from an orange cow…wait, what were we talking about again.

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