You Can Soon Buy Snickers and Dove Coffee Creamers To Make Your Coffee Taste Just Like Candy

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While I love coffee, I am not one to drink it black and prefer flavor, creamer and perhaps a bit of sugar. I like to think I’m not alone, as I have to believe most people don’t go to Starbucks to order just a plain coffee. From holiday and seasonal flavors to just straight up interesting flavors, if you like coffee, there is no shortage of fun ways to enjoy it.

Coming next year there will be yet another flavor to add to your coffee roster, and this one will be available at your local grocery store. Launching in January 2019, Coffee-mate will begin giving us all an excuse to have candy before breakfast with their newest flavors — Snickers and Dove dark chocolate almond!

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The liquid creamer comes in a 32-ounce bottle for a suggested retail price of $3.59 and can be found in the refrigerated aisle. While the Dove creamer is sure to taste like chocolate and almonds, the Snickers flavor includes chocolate, peanuts and caramel, so it sounds like the creamers are seriously going to up your coffee game.

While you patiently wait until January, you can find other sweet flavors already in stores, like cookies and cream, toasted marshmallow and The Cheesecake Factory flavor Dulce De Leche Cheesecake. Seasonal flavors are also out now, including peppermint mocha and butter toffee.

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Will you be trying the new Snickers and Dove Coffee-mate flavors? What other flavors would you like to see?

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