6 Extraordinary Cold Brew Coffee Finds
Jittery John’s Cold Brew Coffee Concentrate
The three-year-old company (long in cold brew years) makes traditional New Orleans style coffee using chicory, the bittersweet root of endive. Dilute with water or use milk for an iced latte.
To buy: $16 for one 32-ounce bottle, jitteryjohns.com.
Featured May 2014
High Brew Coffee Double Espresso
This fair-trade option comes in colorful cans (read: light and portable)—the milk and sugar are already added for effortless caffeinating.
To buy: $2.50 for one 8-ounce can, at Whole Foods.
Icebox Coffee Madagascar Vanilla
Real vanilla beans mellow this brew’s deep espresso flavor. Bonus: the container has a one-ounce top for easy pouring.
To buy: $14 for 32-ounces, iceboxcoffee.com.
Outpost Cold Brewed Coffee
Graphic black and white bottles come in a hand-stamped six-pack. Inside, the light roast emphasizes the Brazilian beans’ natural sweetness.
To buy: $24 for six 4-ounce bottles, theoutpost.co.
Anchorhead Coldbrew Coffee Concentrate
Two java-obsessed former audio engineers fine-tuned their recipe, resulting in a rich mocha-finish. Dilute with hot or cold water for twelve total cups.
To buy: $15 for one 32-ounce bottle, anchorheadcoffee.com.
Chameleon Cold Brew Black Coffee
Made in Austin, Texas with organic Arabica beans and Hill Country water, this fair-trade offering is available at major retailers nationwide.
To buy: $4 for one 10-ounce bottle, at Whole Foods and SuperTargets.
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