Drinking Cold Brew HOT for Winter
Enjoy cold brew HOT this winter with our go-to guide for heating up Chameleon Cold-Brew Coffee Concentrate.
As the weather cools and you start to crave something warm to fuel you throughout the day, look no further than Chameleon Cold-Brew. We’re here to tell you the idea that cold brew must be enjoyed cool is a MYTH, and we can make all your hot coffee dreams come true with our cold brew.
The process to create cold brew is unique from other coffee because the beans are brewed at room temperature for 10+ hours for a highly caffeinated, super smooth and low acid cold brew coffee. The term “cold brew” simply refers to the brewing temperature — so you can enjoy your cold brew hot, cold or however you like! Plus when you add heat to your cold brew coffee, you will not lose the super smooth and low acid qualities. Cheers to that!
When mixing Chameleon’s Coffee Concentrate for a hot brew, dilute the cold brew concentrate with a 2:1 ratio of cold brew to water, milk or nut milk. Once you’ve found the perfect blend, pour the mixture into a kettle or pot and warm on the stove until just before boiling temperature.
Elevate Your Latte at Home
Take the heat to the next level with hot latte recipes made with Chameleon Cold-Brew Coffee Concentrate, and try our Elderberry Raspberry Cold Brew Latte recipe below.
- 1 cup milk of your choice
- 1⁄4 cup Chameleon Cold-Brew Vanilla Coffee Concentrate
- 1⁄4 cup raspberries
- 1TBSP coconut oil
- 1 – 2TBSP honey or maple syrup
- 1 tsp elderberry syrup
- 1⁄2 tsp Reishi powder
- Warm milk, Chameleon Cold-Brew, and raspberries until it simmers.
- Blend Chameleon mixture and remaining ingredients until smooth.
- Option to swirl in beet powder and fresh raspberries.
Brew Chameleon Organic Whole Bean Coffee
If your coffee routine includes a fresh batch of ground coffee, look no further than Chameleon Organic Whole Bean Coffee in The Day Breaker, Single Origin or Dark, Black, Bold. Find your perfect roast and go-to brewing method in our Whole Bean Coffee Brew Guide.