Mixing the Perfect Cup of Cold-Brew Concentrate

Originally published on The Makery
By Samantha Reichstein
A common question among Chameleon Cold-Brew drinkers is how to mix the perfect cup of coffee using our cold-brew concentrate. We get it, our bottles are quite large, and the 32-ounce size may be a tad overwhelming to a cold-brew newbie. Don’t let that discourage you! Mixing the perfect cup of cold-brew concentrate is easy to replicate once learned. With this quick step-by-step tutorial, you will be the next cold-brew concentrate connoisseur in no time! Feel free to ditch the ice cubes and heat your concentrate on the stove or in the microwave if you’re in the mood for a warmer drink, since all our brews can be served either hot or cold.

What You’ll Need:photo-sep-19-14-57-06

  • 4 oz. of your favorite Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate
  • 4 oz. of your favorite liquid to blend with your concentrate (water, milk, or any non-milk!)
  • 1 glass
  • 1 measuring cup
  • 1 handful of ice cubes (if you prefer a chilled brew!)
  • 1 Stirrer

Steps:

1) FILL GLASS WITH ICE CUBES & ADD 4 OUNCES OF CHAMELEON COLD-BREW CONCENTRATE

Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate

2) MEASURE OUT 4 OUNCES OF OTHER LIQUID AND ADD TO COLD-BREW CONCENTRATE

Equal Parts Liquid

3) STIR BOTH THE LIQUID-OF-CHOICE & CONCENTRATE TOGETHER

Cold-Brew Concentrate blend

4) GAZE AT THIS DELICIOUS CONCOCTION WITH PRIDE AND THIRST!

The Perfect Cup of Concentrate

Voila! The key to blending delicious cold-brew concentrate mixtures are adding equal parts of both liquids to create a smooth and flavorful experience.  And hey, would you look at that? The labels on our cold-brew concentrate bottles have 4 oz. markers to help you remember the perfect measurement! Now that you have passed our beginner course, learn the tricks of the trade by trying out other cold-brew drink recipes on our site! Have your own you wish to share? Comment below and it could be featured!

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