How does Gevalia do it? Another splendid flavored coffee, this one nice & creamy with undertones of caramel. It seems from the reviews that this is one of things that you can either love or hate- there's no in between. Personally, I like this better than the Irish Creme, as it has a richer taste to its creme. That's if you prefer a stronger taste though.
Gevalia's done it again; another great product! Cherry is the most prominent flavor, with a slight undercurrent of almond. The only thing that may be against this splendid product is that it tastes slightly artificial.
For those of you used to putting cocoa in your coffee, you've found the perfect product. This is the coffee that needs no cocoa. With a slight hint of raspberry in the background, it takes its place among the princes of Gevalia's products.
Gevalia's cinnamon coffee is a wonderful way to begin your day. The subtle cinnamon flavor is mixed into the coffee just enough to appreciate how it differentiates from regular coffee. However, if you only like full-bodied flavors then this is not the coffee for you!
The coffee is a very mild flavored coffee. If you enjoy strong flavors, like at retail coffee houses, this will seem weak to you. But, for a base to another flavored coffee or as a morning coffee, this is good. The nutty flavor is light, and the vanilla is almost covered by the light nut taste. I brew slightly stronger than others.
I don't see how making it a base will help- it's flavor is such that it'll be drowned out by whatever you'll be putting in. Otherwise, I agree with what you said about the interweaving flavor- such as it is.