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Lookas9 Signature Vanilla Latte

While out at the shops recently, I stumbled upon a new brand of instant coffee that I hadn’t tried before. Called Lookas9, the coffee is described as Slo-presso, which I guess means that it is slow pressed or dripped espresso coffee.

After I got home, I took a look at the box. With a black background, the nice cerulean lettering stands out clearly, and the latte art on the top is a wonderfully shaped heart.

Looking at the back of the package, it says that the Lookas9 Signature Vanilla Latte is made with a blend of Columbian and Kenyan coffee beans, and it also includes real vanilla in the ingredients list, which I took as a good sign.

The instructions also say that you should only add about 100 ml of water, which means that it should make for a very short drink, but hopefully a quick pick-me-up.

There are 10 sticks to a box, and each individual stick mirrors the box for its design.

The sticks also have a nice easy tear at the top, so it was no problem to get them package open.

I took out my nice orange mug…

And poured the contents of the package into my mug.

After I had finished putting the entire package in, I noticed that there was a fair amount of creamer in the mix, and I assumed that some of that was also the dried vanilla powder.

After my kettle was finished boiling, I poured the hot water into the mug cup.

Proceeding to stir the mixture, I got a lovely swirl going in the mug.

Finally it was time to taste the Lookas9 Signature Vanilla Latte.

My first impression was that it is a very sweet drink. There are subtle undertones of coffee in the mixture, with a light bitterness to it, and there is a hint of the vanilla flavor that is promised in the name.

Overwhelmingly though was the flavor of creamer and sugar. It was tasty, and I did enjoy the Lookas9 Signature Vanilla Latte, but it definitely did not taste too much like a coffee.

I think that if you really enjoy the sweeter side of coffee beverages, then this will be perfect for you, but if you prefer a much darker and more bitter drink, then perhaps another choice would be better.

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