Maxwell House International Cafe Decaffeinated French Vanilla
Sugar, Nondairy Creamer, Corn Syrup Solids, Partially Hydrogenated Coconut Oil, Sodium Caseinate (Milk), Dipotassium Phosphate, Mono & Diglycerides, Instant Coffee, Less Than 2% Of:, Natural Flavor, Artificial Flavor, Sodium Citrate, Aspartame, Acesulfame Potassium, Silicone Dioxide
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For serious coffee drinkers, this is NOT strong, it's very sweet, and each flavor is different enough that most of them don't mix well (for example, if you have two partial cans of two different flavors, you are better off just drinking two half cups of coffee than mixing them, unless your sense of taste is somewhat blunted.
French Vanilla and Vanilla Caramel are my faves, and I cannot find them on store shelves! Maxwell House bought the chain from G.Foods, and I allowed time for the transition (sadly, they went to plastic from metal cans, but if it had kept the coffee available, I'd still buy it). What I have, I bought from Amazon's third parties.
You can still get surplus sugar-free (but why? Go drink a glass of water!) or even worse, decaffeinated. Suisse Mocha shows up once in awhile, and even though it is more cocoa-ish, I drink it if it's all I can get.
Oh, please, let's bring this product back to wider circulation! I have a serious jones for the stuff. Expensive? Yes, compared to other packaged coffee, but NOT compared to a couple of lattes a day.