Chameleon now offers three different kinds of cold brew – from unadorned original, to vanilla, to mocha. My wife is partial to turning the vanilla variety into lattes; it’s thankfully not too sweet, so it mixes easily with a bit of almond milk and ice.
But they also have pre-mixed! I was a bit wary at first, because when I do use our Chameleon stash (with plenty of side-eye from my SO), I tend to go heavy on the cold brew and light on the water. These pre-mixed versions weren’t exactly the cold brew-heavy ratio I use; but they were closer than I expected. They also had more varieties! In addition to original, mocha, and vanilla, there’s Mexican Coffee, which adds an appreciable amount of cinnamon flavor with a subtle (maybe too subtle) touch of almond, and Espresso, which packs a nice punch for when normal coffee won’t get the job done.
I’ve tried out just about every pre-made coffee on the shelves and Chameleon is still the one I reach for every time I’m doing my weekly shop. If you’re a coffee lover and haven’t taken the plunge into cold brew coffee yet, I highly recommend grabbing a bottle of Chameleon concentrate and giving it a week. If you’re not ready for that kind of commitment, pick up a pre-mixed bottle and try it out. It’s smoother than your typical iced coffee and packs the same wallop (if not a little bit more). You can find Chameleon Cold Brew Coffee in the dairy case next to the milk. If you want to read more about them and check out some fun cold brew recipes, head over to their website.