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Dannon Coffee Yogurt

October 30, 2007 Posted by Chris Tingom Filed under Uncategorized

I was browsing the Blog and stumbled upon a post about Dannon Coffee Yogurt. They describe it as “the perfect mix of sweetness with a mild coffee flavor.”

I don’t know, I’m not so convinced, and I won’t be rushing to buy any.


  1. 7:39 pm // October 30, 2007

    Michael T says:

    Well, I can personally attest to the fact that real yogurt and real coffee make a very bad combination. I shudder at the memories…

  2. 11:11 pm // October 30, 2007

    Austin says:

    I was totally thinking that. Or wondering. We make homemade yogurt AND homemade coffee. I am sure that would be gross. But maybe some sweetened stuff wouldn’t be that bad

  3. 1:43 pm // October 31, 2007

    Bill and Ginger Sandweg says:

    Gosh, this takes me back to all the times at Dunkin’ Yogurts, smelling all the fresh yogurt, and dipping it in my coffee (or was I dipping the coffee in my yogurt…).

  4. 1:47 pm // November 1, 2007

    Chris says:

    I’ve tried things that combine yoghurt and coffee, and every single one of them tasted like a huge mistake. Not, “Hmmm, that didn’t work so well”, but ‘Yerghklchs!”

  5. 9:48 am // November 17, 2007

    Theresa says:

    Dannon has made coffee-flavored yogurt for at least thirty years. Maybe they just haven’t sold it in your market before. I’ve eaten it since I was a child, and I find it delicious. Try it.

  6. 7:48 pm // December 24, 2007

    Sasha says:

    Fudge you all except theresa, it’s amazing. if you like coffee ice cream and stuff of that nature you will like it.

  7. 8:42 am // December 30, 2007

    Betsy says:

    I have been addicted to Dannon coffee yogurt for 24 years. I love the flavor, texture and caffeine content. I happily consume 24 to 30 ounces a day.

  8. 5:44 pm // January 12, 2008

    Cindy says:

    Dannon’s coffee flavored yogurt has been around forever. It was one of their four original flavors – vanilla, lemon, plain and coffee – when yogurt was sold in waxed cardboard 8-oz. containers (back int he 1970s). I have been addicted that long. It is getting hard to find so I often order it by the case (used to do that with their low-cal cappucino flavor too). It is wonderful!!!!

  9. 7:15 pm // April 25, 2008

    noë says:

    It’s my favorite yogurt! It looks like all the people putting it down haven’t actually tried it.

  10. 11:23 pm // April 14, 2012

    desert tortoise says:

    It is a constant battle to find Dannon Coffee yogurt at Safeway. When I ask, they say they don’t carry it. Then, miraculously it appears for a day or two, and I buy a whole bunch. Then it’s gone again! It’s the only flavored yogurt I eat, and I wish it would just stay on the shelf.

  11. 12:10 pm // January 20, 2013

    coffee l over says:

    I love Dannon Coffee Yogurt! It is not sweet like most other yogurts. It is delicious. I eat it every day. The flavor combination is outstanding.

  12. 2:08 pm // March 7, 2013

    Karen Wood says:

    I try to eat no more than 2 a day, though I admit to sometimes eating 3 (like today). There is nothing like it, and all the imitations — store brands, Stonyfield, etc., just don’t cut it. They used to sell it in large quart containers. Don’t I wish it were still true! But watch out if you really try it: the word “addiction” has popped up in this post for a good reason. You may eventually need a support group like I do.

  13. 8:39 pm // August 23, 2013

    Karen says:

    Could someone pleeeeeeze tell me where I can find Dannon coffee yogurt??? I live in Tucson, Arizona. There was a day when I would fly to Chicago, buy a dozen cartons, and fly back home to Seattle, where it was not yet sold. I was so happy when they began distributing it there. Now, I’m in Tucson, and can’t find it anywhere!!! Thanks!!! Karen F.

  14. 8:43 pm // September 13, 2013

    Melanie says:

    hi Karen,
    It was available at the Fry’s at Mill and Southern in Tempe until last week. I understand that Fry’s will special order things for people. I am planning on going in there and doing exactly that tomorrow, and I would recommend that you do the same down in Tuscon :-)

  15. 7:54 am // September 16, 2013

    Linda Wheeler says:

    An OUTSTANDING DELICIOUS flavor–it’s the only coffee-flavored yogurt I like….and yes, it can truly be an addiction. It’s very hard to find here in Midwest, too.

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