Have you ever tried one of the Holiday Beverages from Second Cup Canada? They are to die for! Even more so with Second Cup's new promotion for the Holiday season. Every Wednesday you can head into your local Second Cup cafe between 2 and 5 pm to be able to buy one, get one free on all of their delicious Holiday Beverages. You can decide the size too. Sounds like a perfect Holiday date while Christmas shopping, doesn't it?
There are a few different Holiday Beverages to choose from at Second Cup, and they all sound delicious. Last year I was obsessed with their S'mores Hot Chocolate, but I don't see that option this year. Here are the three Holiday Beverages for you to enjoy during this Second Cup promotion:
- Gingersnap Latte
- Peppermint Bark Latte
- Naughty Nog
Last year you could choose between the Eggnog Latte, Toasted Marshmallow Latte and the S'mores Hot Chocolate. I have to admit I am going to miss this delicious drinks, but I am as equally excited to try the new flavours as well.
This offer lasts all November long but is only valid on Wednesdays between 2pm and 5pm local time. That just happens to be the time I am usually out and about, so I can't wait to make the middle of the week the best part of my week. My significant other will also be pleased that I bring a delicious Holiday Beverage home for him as well, since the second one is free. I will let him think that I purposely got him one.
Personally, I am kind of glad to see the pumpkin spice flavours pushed aside for the Holidays. My friends are all obsessed with the Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte but I just never felt the vibe. I have ordered it twice in my life and didn't even finish half of it both times. So much for it being the most popular drink ever! I didn't even like it.
So if you're in the mood for a festive beverage, make sure you visit your closest Second Cup Canada location on Wednesdays during the month of November. Between 2 and 5pm you can buy any Holiday Beverage and get the second Holiday Beverage for totally free.
(Expiry: 30th November 2015)