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GAGirlInVA 07-01-2013 10:18 AM

Is there somewhere to buy coffee creamer?
 
If I bring my Kuerig? Like Coffeemate or International delight?

I'm wondering if the little packets would make it through air travel. LOL I detest powdered creamer.

outahere 07-01-2013 10:45 AM

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Originally Posted by GAGirlInVA (Post 48828190)
If I bring my Kuerig? Like Coffeemate or International delight?

I'm wondering if the little packets would make it through air travel. LOL I detest powdered creamer.

If you're staying at one of the resorts that has DVC (BWI, CR, YC/BC. etc.) they all have a limited selection of groceries in their gift shops. I never looked for Coffeemate or International Delight, but I have seen milk, cream, etc. in the cooler.

GAGirlInVA 07-01-2013 10:47 AM

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Originally Posted by outahere (Post 48828591)
If you're staying at one of the resorts that has DVC (BWI, CR, YC/BC. etc.) they all have a limited selection of groceries in their gift shops. I never looked for Coffeemate or International Delight, but I have seen milk, cream, etc. in the cooler.

I figured that would be the best place to check. :) Seriously, DH and I have a friendly wager on this!

outahere 07-01-2013 10:55 AM

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Originally Posted by GAGirlInVA (Post 48828618)
I figured that would be the best place to check. :) Seriously, DH and I have a friendly wager on this!

Just remembered - there is a Hess Express shop near the BWI. They may have a slightly better selection than the gift shops.

stargazertechie 07-01-2013 10:56 AM

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Originally Posted by GAGirlInVA (Post 48828190)
If I bring my Kuerig? Like Coffeemate or International delight?

I'm wondering if the little packets would make it through air travel. LOL I detest powdered creamer.

We ordered a case of the little international delights creamer cups. 188 in a box, survived the flight no problem! It was $16 on amazon.

sunsetbeachgal 07-01-2013 11:59 AM

Wal-Mart has smaller boxes of the creamers...we weren't sure of the cream situation either (LOL) and we hate powdered, so brought a box of the International Delights French Vanilla and brought along (we drove). Turns out we used refillable mugs in the food court at POFQ for our coffee (it wasn't bad) and used the liquid creamer there which I think was Cremora (not half and half).

patsal 07-01-2013 12:45 PM

Coffeemate vanilla is available in the shops, but there are shelf stable bottles that I buy at walmart, pack in my checked luggage inside a ziplock just in case).

Maleficent Dragon 07-01-2013 01:34 PM

All of the DVC resorts have creamer in the stores.

minnierocks 07-01-2013 03:54 PM

I have never seen the liquid flavored (such as vanilla) creamers at any resort we have stayed at which would include AsMovies, AsMusic, Pop, CSR or POR. I hate the powdered and need a little flavor so regular creamer doesn't do it for me. We have purchased the individuals as well as the shelf stable flavored creamers at Walmart and have packed them in a double ziploc bag for air travel. They have arrived with no problems.

GAGirlInVA 07-01-2013 05:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Maleficent Dragon (Post 48830561)
All of the DVC resorts have creamer in the stores.

To clarify, liquid, refrigerated, flavored coffee creamer?

vicki_c 07-01-2013 06:35 PM

Deleted my not so accurate answer.

kwdw 07-01-2013 06:58 PM

I've definitely seen the French Vanilla Creamer at Animal Kingdom Lodge - Kidani Village.

I also have seen either creamer or half and half at ASMusic.

And I also have traveled with a box of the mini flavored creamers in my checked bag. No problems. I do put them in a sealed plastic box in case they leak, but no problems so far.

wdwagain518 07-01-2013 07:00 PM

I can't live without my International Delight French Vanilla....I order from Garden Grocer and have it delivered to the resort along with water, juice, etc. I order coffee pods online and bring them with me so we have decent coffee in the room, although we will see in December now that the pods in the room are Joffrey's instead of the nasty cuisinart ones!

Eliza'sMom 07-01-2013 09:42 PM

I always buy Coffeemate French vanilla (the refrigerated bottles) in our resorts. I know I've bought it at AKL (Jambo House) and the Contemporary. I bring the Starbucks Via packets, which I think are pretty good.

GAGirlInVA 07-01-2013 09:50 PM

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Originally Posted by kwdw (Post 48834000)
I've definitely seen the French Vanilla Creamer at Animal Kingdom Lodge - Kidani Village.

I also have seen either creamer or half and half at ASMusic.

And I also have traveled with a box of the mini flavored creamers in my checked bag. No problems. I do put them in a sealed plastic box in case they leak, but no problems so far.

Thanks for letting me know about both!

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Originally Posted by wdwagain518 (Post 48834024)
I can't live without my International Delight French Vanilla....I order from Garden Grocer and have it delivered to the resort along with water, juice, etc. I order coffee pods online and bring them with me so we have decent coffee in the room, although we will see in December now that the pods in the room are Joffrey's instead of the nasty cuisinart ones!

If I was placing an order with GG or WGS I'd add it, but I don't think we'll be doing either.

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Originally Posted by Eliza'sMom (Post 48835592)
I always buy Coffeemate French vanilla (the refrigerated bottles) in our resorts. I know I've bought it at AKL (Jambo House) and the Contemporary. I bring the Starbucks Via packets, which I think are pretty good.

Nice! Thanks for letting me know!



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