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Mixing the Perfect
Cup of Cold Brew Concentrate

A common question among cold-brew drinkers is how to mix the perfect cup of coffee using Chameleon 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.

Mixing the Perfect Cup of Cold Brew Concentrate with Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate
Made with Chameleon Cold-Brew Caramel Coffee Concentrate.

Ingredients

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

Instructions

1. Fill glass with ice cubes & add 4 oz of Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate.

Mixing the Perfect Cup of Cold Brew Concentrate with Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate
Pour 4 oz of Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate.

2. Measure out 4 ounces of other liquid and add to cold brew concentrate.

Mixing the Perfect Cup of Cold Brew Concentrate with Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate
Equal parts concentrate and milk.

3. Stir both the liquid-of-choice & concentrate together.

Mixing the Perfect Cup of Cold Brew Concentrate with Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate
Stir concentrate and milk together.

4. Gaze at this delicious concoction with pride and thirst!

Mixing the Perfect Cup of Cold Brew Concentrate with Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate
Finished product.

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!

Author: Samantha Reichstein

Published on 09/19/2016