Well Cold brew uses time, rather than heat to extract the coffee’s oils, sugars, and caffeine. Iced coffee is created like any regular hot coffee brew method. It’s simply hot coffee that has been cooled down so that it can be poured over ice.
There is a difference.
Intro Chameleon Cold Brew. Their beans are sources consciously, grown sustainably, and often times planted in shade to eliminate the need for chemical pesticides, and nurtured carefully, striving to use the very best practices for water conservation and waste reduction. Chameleon uses an air roasting method. Air-roasting machines use heated air currents that constantly more to gently coax maximum flavor out of the beans.
So this obsession of Chameleon only started a few weeks ago. Let’s face it, Starbucks is getting pretty pricey! So this alternative over ice, with a little coconut milk is like an afternoon heavenly pick me up. One of my clients adds Arbonne Protein Powder to her Chameleon Cold brew in the morning, a friend of mine adds coconut sugar, and most people drink it black.
This amazing cold brew also comes in little to-go size bottles that you can grad before walking out of the door. It’s awesome.
As a mom, coffee becomes a huge part of the day. It’s not just because of the caffeine, it’s that small moment of “peace and quiet” and self-reflection that you get before your little one wakes up and let’s face it, all hell breaks loose.
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