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How to Create a Cold Brew Coffee Lover’s Kitchen

A true cold brew lover knows the Chameleon buzz can be enjoyed from more than just a mug. We’ll show you which ingredients to stock up on in your kitchen.

If you’re reading this, odds are you consider yourself a Chameleon Cold-Brew lover. And firstly, let us say thank you! However, in order to fully embrace all that our cold brew has to offer, it’s important to note there are many ways to enjoy our favorite buzz. While you shouldn’t feel the need to buy state-of-the-art coffee tools and gadgets, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite ingredients that, if used correctly, can let your kitchen thrive for all of your cold brew wants (and needs!)


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Cacao powder is essential for any cold brew lover. Make a cup of hot chocolate with a splash of Vanilla Coffee Concentrate.

A healthy, chocolate taste is sometimes tricker said than done. Fortunately, we’ve stumbled across the best solution: cacao powder. To say the options of recipes with cacao powder are endless is an understatement. Sprinkle a dash of it onto your hot mug of mocha, mix it in to your recipe for delicious cold brew pop tarts, treat yourself to a vegan cold brew milkshake…you get our point. Cacao powder has transformed into our savior for any recipe requiring a chocolaty boost, and will now become yours, too.


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Create your own nut mylk for a dairy-free alternative to mix with your Chameleon Cold-Brew Black Coffee Concentrate.

Ah, yes, an oddly spelled version of the popular dairy drink. Whether you’re lactose intolerant, vegan, or just trying to find a healthier option, a non-dairy milk (or mylk) is your next kitchen’s go-to. Need a frothy swirl to add with your concentrate? Try an almond milk, like New Barn. Want a Chameleon-infused morning bowl of cereal? Or an iced camou latte? Try coconut milk to mix-up your drink. Whichever ​“mylk” your tastebuds desire, any cold brew recipe will thrive with a dash your favorite.


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Make overnight oats sprinkled with chia seeds. You can use any flavor of cold brew, but we suggest Black Cold Brew On-The-Go or Black Coffee Concentrate.

While this ingredient may not be as versatile as some others, it is our number one go-to when needing a morning meal that packs a strong boost: overnight oats! You can literally use ANY of our cold brew flavors to craft this recipe as unique to your tastebuds as you want it to be. Not only will chia seeds add an extra crunch to your breakfast, they are known to provide extra energy, and are filled with protein, fiber, antioxidants AND calcium.


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Turmeric is a super spice. Mix in milk and pair with Mexican Cold Brew On-The-Go.

The silent ​“r” may confuse you at first, but turmeric (pronounced Too-Mer-Ic) is a powerful, boosting spice your body will thank you for. This ingredient has been known to help clear skin, manage weight loss, and act as an anti-inflammatory. Another benefit? It pairs perfectly with any of our Chameleon Cold-Brew drinks – both concentrate and ready-to-drink. Upgrade your everyday lattesmoothie, and even cocktail recipe with this golden ingredient. You won’t regret adding it to your spice rack!


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If you’re a true Chameleon Cold-Brew lover, you must drink any and every coffee concoction in a glass that shows off your true #Maker potential. Lucky for you, this kitchen staple is OFFICIALLYFORSALEONOURWEBSITE! Whether you’re mixing a concentrate to sip on leisurely or using this glass to hold a perfectly blended cold brew recipe, our branded glass will be the best necessity your cold brew creations ever had (as well as a great addition to any kitchen shelf.)

Feel like a must is missing from our list? Tweet us @chameleoncoffee or tag us on Instagram @chameleoncoldbrew to show off your favorite cold brew ingredient in your kitchen!

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