Holiday Coffee for your Guests + Keurig Giveaway

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Today we are sharing delicious holiday coffee blends that are perfect for the upcoming holidays. I don’t know about you but we prefer to have a coffee and tea station setup with our Keurig so that guests can serve themselves. It’s just easy, more casual and frankly, who wants to be serving guests the entire time? Right? This past September, we partnered with the  New England Coffee Shop in celebration of their 100 year anniversary. You may have remembered seeing our Pumpkin Spice Coffee post and our Centennial Reserve Coffee post this past September and October. Yes, we are in full coffee mode around here but who isn’t?

With four generations under one roof, we are all coffee lovers and it’s the first thing we look forward to every morning.

Keep reading, New England Coffee will be giving away a Keurig single cup coffee brewer with a selection of New England Coffee products at the bottom of this post!


For the Holidays, New England Coffee has 11-ounce bags and K-Cup Pods of Eggnog, Gingerbread Cookie and Mocha Mint.

My personal favorite is the EggNog blend! It’s smooth, rich and delicious.


We have a small counter area in our kitchen where we have a coffee station set up. It’s there year round but when we have guests, we usually add a tray filled with the necessities and add a few linens. We host both of the upcoming holidays with extended family and friends so it’s a very busy time of year for us. Having everything prepared beforehand or in this case, a coffee station setup is key to our sanity.


 New England Coffee offers a wide variety of premium coffee all using 100% Arabica coffee beans, from mild light roasts and full-flavored medium roasts to intense dark roasts.


Here is a little look at our Coastal Christmas Tree in the background. I paired the EggNog coffee blend with these vanilla bean cream filled twists and oh my, absolutely delicious! Your guests will love them too.

Are you ready to enter to win a Single Serve Keurig? New England Coffee in celebration of their 100 year anniversary, is celebrating extraordinary people and we want to hear from you!

Simply leave a comment below telling us ““How are you planning on celebrating the holiday season with the extraordinary people in your life?” That’s it! Be sure to check out their Facebook and Instagram pages for more information as well as their #youareextraordinary gallery.

Good luck and happy coffee drinking!


NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. One winner, chosen at random from all eligible entries received, will receive a Keurig Single Cup Coffee Brewer, a selection of New England Coffee bagged and K-Cup products, and a My K-Cup® Reusable Coffee Filter ($178.43 value), and will be announced on or about 10 days after end of entry period.  Entrants may enter within 21 days of this post going live. Must be a resident of one of the 48 contiguous United States (excl. PR, HI, AK) and the age of majority in his or her jurisdiction at time of entry. Odds of winning depend on number of eligible entries received. Sweepstakes is sponsored by New England Coffee.

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  1. Deb Priebe says:

    Spending time with family before heading to Arizona for 3 months

  2. We celebrate the holiday season (Thanksgiving and Christmas) with lots of family and friends gatherings and we love this time of year. It’s wonderful to see all the young cousins growing up so fast.

  3. Spending time with my mother in law as she celebrates her 98th birthday!

  4. We are a basketball loving family, so the holidays are spent putting up trees in every room of the house, sitting by the fire, spending time with family, and playing and/or watching basketball!

  5. Debbie Goss says:

    I will be spending time with friends and family watching a lot of football, as our high school team plays for a state championship.

  6. Annie Lee says:

    This year we are excited to celebrate with family and friends in our new home. In 2016 we started an adventure in our new multi-generational home (three generations)! Happy Holidays!

  7. Such a wonderful way to make your guests feel like they are home when you set up a coffee station where they can help themselves! The tray makes it look neat and special.

  8. Ginger N. says:

    My husband and I have a tradition of going out to early breakfast and then looking for bargains on ‘Black Friday’. When we return home early evening, our daughters will have decorated the whole house for Christmas! December will be full of caroling with friends, Advent readings, glorious treat baking, and peace.

  9. Spending Thanksgiving with family and friends in the Outer Banks!

  10. Baking Christmas cookies with grandchildren, taking cookies to Sunday school class, neighbors and nursing home. Going to Opryland Hotel to see lights and wrapping up and walking neighborhood to see lights. Shopping, card giving, wrapping gifts while listening to Bing Crosby and Burl Ives do what they do best! To much to list and wonderful, WONDERFUL memories we make. Happy Holidays to each and every reader!! God Bless!!

  11. Davina Carr says:

    My husband had colon cancer and is now clear of anything now and we are spending Thanksgiving and Christmas with close family as well as friends and family we haven’t seen for a long time as a result. We are looking forward to seeing old friends and family as well as new friends we have met along the way.

  12. Tracy Napper says:

    We’ll be spending it with family and friends! We host an annual open house with plenty of coffee and treats.

  13. My husband has terminal kidney disease and unable to travel. However, we are fortunate that both our children live close enough to visit, and good friends around us. We are looking forward to both holidays, and like the old, old phrase, we wish world peace , health and happiness to all. ?

  14. Patrucua N says:

    Traveling to Hometown to share Thanksgiving with Sister, Brother-in-law and all the nieces & nephews. It will be a fun, loud and crazy kinda day! Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and thanks for the give-a-way!

  15. Darlene S. says:

    Spending time with friends and family.

  16. I’m hoping to take it easy after a stressful few months.

  17. We are going to spend a lot of time baking and skiing this holiday season.

  18. Watching Christmas movies, decorating trees in every room of the house and baking!

  19. My Mom recently died and we are trying to help my father through his first holidays alone…. they were together almost 70 years!

    1. So sorry…….thank goodness your dad has a caring family…..blessings to you.

  20. We will be giving thanks for the beautiful weather here in New Orleans!

  21. We will be having our children (4) & spouses plus 10 grandchildren home to celebrate Jesus’ birth! We are so blessed to be able to have all our family together! We would love to win the Keurig & coffee!

  22. We will be enjoying the beautiful weather here in New Orleans!

  23. I live in Utah and my son and his family live in New Jersey. Thank goodness for Skype! I watch them open their presents and they watch me open mine. The rest of the family is in Iowa. I used to go home for Christmas but traveling by plane during the holidays has become a nightmare. I usually call everyone in the evening and chat for a few minutes. The rest of the day is just me and the “puppies from hell”.

  24. carol clark says:

    were wait im cooking and my daughter is bringing her boyfriend in as she is in her first year of college and were just going to enjoy the time together

  25. Kelly Tupick says:

    My twin sister and her family is coming up for an overnight visit, we are going to have a nice family dinner and then probably watch movies or play games.

  26. This is the first year that I won’t be with my daughter at Thanksgiving (insert crying). She is away at University. I will be alone for this Holiday, But thankful that I will see her at Christmas Time.

  27. Will be traveling south of Boston from our home in Central MA. Great for all the relatives to catch up on everyone. Hope we avoid snow until after the holiday. Peace and good wishes to all of you for a safe and happy day!

  28. Hopefully spending time with family & friends .Thanks

  29. Amanda Morris says:

    Watching movies and drinking hot chocolate while cuddling and talking for both christmas and thanksgiving are my plans.

  30. This is the second year I’m hosting Thanksgiving – last year I was pregnant and roasting a giant bird, this year I have a 7 mo old underfoot while trying to clean and prep! Lol

  31. Quiet holidays with my husband making it wonderful for our 15 year old Golden Retriever!!

  32. Marsha Williams says:

    My heart and home will be full for the Thanksgiving and Hanukkah holidays . And coffee plays a big part of our celebrating. Thanks for the contest.

  33. I’ll be enjoying lots of good conversation and food with the wonderful friends/family in my life.

  34. Suzanne Seward says:

    Spending Thanksgiving & Christmas with family and friends. Looking forward to a snowy Christmas morning filled lots of love and laughter!

  35. Celebrating with hot chocolate and lots of laughter!

  36. Delicious food and family!

  37. Jessiejessie says:

    My hubby and I are having our Thanksgiving dinner with our Church family. This time of year we truly miss being so far away. Thank goodness for fb connection…. Wonderful way to “stay close”.

  38. Susan Griffin says:

    Spending the week in a log cabin in Gatlinburg, TN with family!

  39. We’ll be having lots of dinners and brunches to see evryone!

  40. Susan Stringfellow says:

    Traditional Thanksgiving turkey and all the sides. Christmas is a brunch of yummy quiche, fruits, breads and sweets. Most important is the family!

  41. Shannon Morrison says:

    We drove from Michigan to Minnesota yesterday to spend Thanksgiving with my sister and her son and grandkids. We all love coffee and I especially love gingerbread coffee this time of year. I actually found some at the store and brought it with us to share. Thank you for offering this and have a blessed Thanksgiving with your family!

  42. Amanda Morris says:

    I plan on staying inside and staying warm and eating and spending time with my family.

  43. I plan on spending time with family going to the Christmas parade, seeing Santa, sledding, eating good food and just being together.

  44. Our plans are simply to spend time with family, enjoy our grandchildren, eat good food enjoyed with a great cup of coffee.

  45. Planning on going to church and then joining extended family. Thanks!

  46. We plan to have gatherings to share food and laughter.

  47. We will take my kids to visit my parents so that we can enjoy spending quality time together.

  48. Susan Christy says:

    Enjoying a delicious dinner and fascinating conversation.

  49. Tracie Cooper says:

    We are going to Raleigh, NC to be with my sister for the holidays~!

  50. Planning on enjoying the holiday season at home this year. Picking a tree from the farm next weekend. Loads of crafts, holiday movies, christmas tree lighting at our local park, christmas ligh ride-arounds, baking and volunteering/donating!

  51. Will host Christmas Eve dinner at our home for family an friends, Then in the morning wake up in the morning my husband and I and watch our kids open there gifts and spend the day together.

  52. We will have a quiet Christmas at home. The kids will bake cookies and we will watch Christmas movies.

  53. Keri justice says:

    I will be celebrating with the extrodinary family and friends in my life this holiday season, I wouldn’t want to be any other way!

  54. Joy Newlan says:

    Getting to fly to arizona for my kids to celebrate Christmas with their grandparents

  55. Ashley Keinath says:

    This is my first Christmas as a family of four! We plan on celebrating it with family far and near who are extraordinary. With yummy foods and coffee with dessert!!

  56. Katie Smith says:

    Planning on having an awesome dinner and dancing to christmas music with my children! Thank you!

    katieesmith86 @ gmail.com

  57. Christmas Eve will have dinner with family and friends we my husband and I always host. Then Christmas morning we wake up and watch the kids open gifts and exchange gifts with each other and go through our stockings.

  58. Krissie E. says:

    We will be meeting up with some old friends we haven’t seen in years. We will probably also go out caroling for awhile Christmas Eve.

  59. Laura Kelly-Walters says:

    Watching movies, playing games and baking!

  60. We’re going to visit Steve’s dad who lost his wife six months ago to lung cancer 🙁 We don’t want him to spend the holidays alone!

  61. I love your coffee stations!! We are celebrating this wonderful Christmas season with as many gatherings of friends and family as possible. Lots of great food – and of course, coffee. 🙂

  62. I will be spending my days baking Christmas goodies with my Mama, Mema and daughter! So much fun!

  63. Sharon Braswell says:

    My Mom and I have been shopping together for items to decorate for Christmas for us and other family members and we have had SO much fun! We plan on being together with Daddy and our wonderful church family on Christmas morning followed by a Christmas get-together at Mom and Dads house with the rest of our family! I enjoy your blog and posts about your family SO much! Aren’t we blessed!? Thank you for a lovely Giveaway! I hope you and yours have a wonderful Christmas!

  64. I’l spend time with loved ones, eating yummy food and watching holiday movies.

  65. We usually spend the holidays with family and friends, however, we just moved across country away from our loved ones. So, we’ll be celebrating this holiday season by making new memories together in San Francisco!

  66. Half of our family lives on the east coast and the other half lives on the west coast. This year we’re doing our family christmas reunion on the west coast!

  67. We always do a gift exchange exchange with our neighbors, a huge progressive throughout the neighborhood and a huge party. With family, we play games, eat tons of food, watch Christmas movies and just spend time together 

  68. We’re going to huge to do a huge dinner and gift exchange! We love watching movies and playing tons of Christmas music!

  69. Amanda Morris says:

    I plan to watch christmas movies and hang out with family this holiday season.

  70. We love watching holiday movies, listening to Christmas music and reminisce on the past and look to see what the future holds. It’s a huge party at my house!

  71. We are throwing a huge party like we do every year! I’m just going to make sure that I really enjoy each moment and not worry about the little things this year

  72. My family is a big Christmas/Holiday Football crew. Since I will sponsee the desserts this year, I’ve planned a NEW ORLEANS SAINTS theme decorated through out the house. There will be unlimited homemade sweets complimented with coffee and tea , and hot chocolate varieties. I pray that all goes great!

  73. Angela Saver says:

    I am planning on celebrating the holiday season with my family, cooking & baking, and just spending quality time watching Netflix & movies together!


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