This post is sponsored by Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
You cannot mess with a girl and her coffee. As a busy on the go momma, there is seriously nothing better than a cup of coffee first thing in the morning. I love my morning coffee and for me, the right coffee just starts the day off right. My mornings have been starting off with Chameleon Cold-Brew Espresso Coffee Concentrate.
If you are not a coffee drinker, you may be confused as to what cold brew really is. The cold brew coffee making process is really simple. Coffee beans are coarsely ground to give the best cup of coffee, then the grounds are soaked in water for more than ten hours and there you have it. The water temperatures will affect the acidity in cold brew, therefore, lower temperatures will result in lower acidity leading to a better tasting cold brew coffee. Chameleon Cold-Brew uses only sustainably grown and ethically sourced organic grade coffee beans and is expertly crafted and brewed to perfection.
I have always been a fan of Chameleon Cold Brew coffee, especially their Espresso concentrate. The Chameleon Cold-Brew Espresso Coffee is a dark and bold coffee loaded with flavor. Remember this is a concentrated coffee so you will have to mix it with a 2:1 mix. For example two parts of coffee to one part of your favorite type of milk. Here is my every morning Chameleon Cold-Brew Espresso that is fast and simple. Plus, it’s perfect for summertime because it’s iced!
I enjoy my hot coffee in the cooler months but when you live in the hot south, there is nothing more refreshing than a perfect cup of cold brew. Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrates come in Black, Vanilla and Espresso.
As a self-made coffee guru, I can promise you that you will be able to make a coffee shop quality cup of coffee in the comfort of your own home with Chameleon Cold Brew coffee. You can check out the rest of their coffee products on their site or you can purchase your Chameleon Cold Brew Concentrate at your local Publix store!
Do you prefer hot or cold coffee?