April 8, 2011

Stay Puft Caffeinated Gourmet Marshmallows - Great with Coffee


We're always looking for a little more caffeine, and it doesn't have to be delivered in coffee form every time. We loved Ghostbusters as a kid, and when the Stay Puft marshmallow man came on the screen - it was more delight than terror. These officially branded Stay Puft marshmallows are loaded up with a boost of extra caffeine, and make the perfect addition to double boost your day with a cup of single serve coffee. The other cool feature of this amazing treat is the box is the box - it's got some crazy rubbery feel.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at April 8, 2011 7:43 AM
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FYI... for any Canadians interested in this, the total cost to order from Shoffee.com worked out to about $35 CAD after shipping charges were applied. I didn't have to pay any duties (think costs were included in shipping?). Expensive, but worth it if you're a Ghostbusters fan. As for the caffeine... recommended serving is 1 piece... I had 6. Only fell asleep around 4:00am. No doubt that these things actually work. Just to clarify, the box itself is not made out of rubber. It's a hard-shell cardboard with a rubbery-soft coating.

Posted by: SH at May 2, 2011 7:53 AM
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