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Mixing the Perfect Cup of Cold-Brew Concentrate

September 19, 2016
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A common question among Chameleon Cold-Brew drinkers is how to mix the perfect cup of coffee using our 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.

What You’ll Need:

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  • 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

Steps:

1) Fill glass with ice cubes & add 4 ounces of Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate

Chameleon Cold-Brew Concentrate
Pour 4 oz. of Chameleon Concentrate 

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

Equal Parts Liquid
Equal parts concentrate and milk

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

Cold-Brew Concentrate blend
Stir concentrate and milk together

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

The Perfect Cup of 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!

 

  • ATXS

    Yes, I have a wish. Saw the mega pack at my local Costco and am hoping yall can be convinced to make a mega-large in Mocha flavor. I just hate having to recycle all that glass — and run out to buy more each week. If you can do this for me, I promise I’ll get a dedicated Chameleon fridge. 🙂

    • Nathan Kopecky

      Not sure if you know this yet cuz i see you posted 9 months ago but ive seen the 32oz mocha ones at target now.

    • James Baker

      Get a pack of semi-sweet chocolate chips and chop them up fine. Add the chopped semi-sweet chips into the coffee and stir and mix well. Put the coffee with the chips mixture into a gallon jug alone with 10 cups of cold water and steep on your kitchen table or any place for 18 hours. Then strain threw a nut bag into another container and chill four hours. This should make a little over two quarts and follow the direction above. You will have a Mocha Coffee. I just finished making mine and ten times better than going to the store to buy a bottle for a $1.99 for 13 oz.’s. Add 2 teaspoons of sugar to this also if you do not like it strong.

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  • janet Allen

    How long can I store in refrigerator? Is it best to drink within a certain period of time once opened? How about unopened?
    I see a “best buy” date that is about 4 months out….does it really keep that long?!
    thank you!