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SOGNO Coffee Warms You Up!

Hey Neighbors!

We woke up this morning to windy, cold weather.  Perfect for a cup of hot coffee!  Have you ever heard of SOGNO?  I received wto different flavors, and just the package smelled great!  My family was excited to have a new coffee to try.  Talk about Chasing Away the Chill!

We received the Vento and Cielo.  We tried the Cielo first.  Everyone loved it!  Next we tried the Vento.  I think my family enjoyed the Vento the best, but they were both great. What great taste!

From the Sogno website:

"Is it your dream to find that perfect cup of coffee? But among the thousands of chain coffeehouses and the dizzying array of trendy brands, where do you start? Actually, it's simple. Here at Sogno Coffeehouse, we know it all starts with the beans... and we're here to spill the beans. Truth is, many people have not had the pleasure of enjoying a real quality coffee. No matter the price, brand, or packaging, it all comes down to the beans. Sogno roasts only the finest Arabica beans in our one of a kind, custom-built roaster. The product is unrivaled: the aroma, the body, and that very first sip... it's like un sogno, a dream."

A 10 oz bag is $6.50, while a 16 oz bag is $10.99.  You can purchase whole bean or ground. 

How many of my neighbors here At the Fence would like to try a nice hot cup of coffee on these cold winter mornings?  One neighbor will receive one small bag of their choice of Sogno coffee.  US residents only and you must be at least 18.  Be sure to find Sogno on Facebook and Twitter.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive samples of Sogno coffee.  All quotes are taken from the Sogno website.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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The first thing in the morning - so I can get going
ShellyH said…
We enjoy it also first thing in the morning but around 7pm we brew a pot of decaf so we can enjoy a little more before bedtime

ravish30 at aol dot com
Karla S said…
I like having a cup of coffee after supper!
ksceviour at hotmail dot com
Tammy Dalley said…
I love to have my coffee in the morning, need it to start my day

dalleykt at live dot ca
Missy L said…
First thing in the morning is my favorite time. I also enjoy my 2nd cup in the early afternoon
karenmed409 said…
Morning and late evenings for me and anytime around a campfire
Anne said…
Ok so I don't drink coffee but my mom does in the mornings and I know she would love this as a gift
Coolestmommy said…
My favorite time of day is usually in the morning...although some afternoons need another cup.

coolestmommy2000 at gmail dot com
Unknown said…
I'm a morning coffee gal.
Wanda McHenry said…
My favorite time is morning.

Wanda McHenry
Patty White said…
I the early morning!!
tia said…
My favorite time for coffee is first thing in the morning.
tmoyer6980 at charter dot net
Kristen said…
I enjoy coffee in the afternoon during that natural lull time.

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