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Wild Ophelia Cold Brew Coffee Chocolate Bites
Inside each of these two-bite treats is a cold-brew-infused liquid chocolate center. Flavors include Jet Black (our favorite), Mexican Vanilla, and Sea Salt Caramel Latte. They’re the perfect pick-me-up to keep at your desk.
To buy: $2.50; vosgeschocolate.com.
Vanilla Coffee Syrup
This small-batch syrup is infused with Madagascar vanilla bean, creating a delectable mix-in for milk, ice cream, or warm coffee. It’s made with just three ingredients: cane sugar, vanilla bean, and cold brewed coffee. It can also be used to flavor desserts.
To buy: $21 for 2-pack; food52.com.
Cold Brew Coffee Goat’s Milk Caramel Sauce
This is your classic creamy caramel, upgraded with a kick of cold brew coffee. Stumptown steeps their grinds for more than 12 hours, resulting in a low-acid, very smooth brew. Try spooning it over fruit or ice cream.
To buy: $27 for 2-pack; food52.com.
Beehive Barely Buzzed Cheese
Lavender buds and coffee grinds combine to create a flavorful rub for a full-bodied cheese. Packed with texture and flavor, the result is a stunning cheese that has notes of caramel. It’s a fun addition to any cheese board.
To buy: $32 per pound; deandeluca.com.
Marionberry Espresso Jam
We all love toast smothered in jam with our cup of coffee, so why not add the espresso right into the jar? The coffee flavor keeps breakfast from tasting overly sweet, and instantly upgrades a simple piece of toast. We also love it spooned onto oatmeal.
To buy: $12.59 for 6-oz. jar; mouth.com.
Cold-brew coffee is blended with a brandy-coffee infusion to create this bottle of coffee liquer. To ensure the flavors meld, the mixture is aged for one full month. Mix it into hot cocoa, or pour it into your iced coffee.
To buy: $50; mouth.com.