This Red Velvet Creamer Is Like Having Cake for Breakfast

Coffee-mate's new seasonal flavor is a dream come true for dessert lovers.

Isn’t it time morning coffee tasted as good as a late-night dessert? That’s why we love Coffee-mate’s newest flavor. Red Velvet coffee creamer makes your joe cozy, sweet and so sippable.

You may have thought Coffee-mate couldn’t raise the bar any higher after releasing Dove and Snickers candy bar flavors or the line of Cheesecake Factory taste-alikes. But it’s done it again, completely capturing the flavors of the beloved velvety red cake. It’s almost like you’re drinking cake crumbs (in a good way).

How do we know that? Because we got to try it.

How Does It Taste?

The subtle note of cocoa, the slight tang of cream cheese frosting and the sweet vanilla aftertaste are as unique as they are addicting. We didn’t want to put down our cups! To be honest, our office went through a whole full-sized creamer in four days.

Worried this coffee treat is too decadent for the morning? Tasters say no. The subtle flavors are creamy and chocolaty, like a cafe mocha.

There’s one potential drawback. If you love red velvet cake for its copious amounts of food dye, beware: The creamer isn’t that same eye-catching crimson color (actually a relief to many of our tasters).

Where Can I Get It? 

The Red Velvet creamer will become a reality this September when it hits shelves. After that, you can look forward to every morning, knowing you’ll be just a splash away from this creamy, dreamy treat.

If your holiday sweet tooth can’t wait till September, pick up Coffee-mate’s Pumpkin Spice flavor at a supermarket near you. Your most indulgent coffee-creamer dreams will come true soon enough.

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Carolyn Lewis
Carolyn Lewis is a young writer & digital media professional who grew up in Milwaukee. She loves to read graphic novels, write poetry about nature and cook Thai food while listening to podcasts. She has always been a storyteller and animal lover, thus, she has a hamster named Hamlet.