April 21, 2005

CoolBrew Coffee

CbphotoAmy writes in that CoolBrew Coffee is the wave of the single serve coffee future! Add a shot to your fresh brewed single serve coffee, and enjoy the fresh coffee or Coffee & Chicory (go to New Orleans and you'll know what Chicory is) to that fresh brewed cup! I have to say I'm a little skeptical, but I'm sure Amy will write us on her experiences with fresh brewed CoolBrew coffee!

CoolBrew Coffee :
CoolBrew® Coffee and Coffee & Chicory is the most exciting advancement in coffee since its discovery! It is concentrated gourmet coffee essence, brewed by our special CoolBrew® Process. The beauty of CoolBrew® is that you can have a delicious cup of gourmet flavored coffee (Hot or Iced!) in seconds, without the mess or hassle of brewing coffee. CoolBrew® is NOT instant coffee. It is FRESH coffee in an Instant! Just 1/2 to 1 ounce of CoolBrew® gives you a delicious, strong, flavor-full cup of Hot or Iced Coffee! If you're one who likes a milder brew, 1/2 ounce will be sufficient.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at April 21, 2005 8:40 PM

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Ok, I love this stuff. I hate to say it, but my Senseo is only used to dispense the hot water to add to my CoolBrew. My pod days are drawing to a close...

This stuff tastes great. It's strength depends on how much water you use to dilute the concentrate. I use 4 oz of hot water out of my Senseo and 1 oz (easily premeasured and dispensed from the CoolBrew packaging). It's strong, but not bitter.

I always put milk in my coffee to cut the acid/bitter strength, but not in CoolBrew. Apparently something in the brew process reduces acid and it's true. I can't eat tomatoes or drink OJ because of the acid, but I can easily drink a cup of black CoolBrew.

I am insanely impressed with this stuff, and have since reordered. They make flavors (vanilla, mocha, hazelnut, toasted almond, french roast, decaf and original are all available at their website) and I'm psyched to try the Almond. I personally use coffee for a caffeine kick, and although CoolBrew packs less of a caffeine punch (again, due to the brewing process) I don't find myself with withdrawal headaches. That being said, you'll never find me sipping decaf.

Seriously, you won't be disappointed. And if you're ever in New Orleans, you can stop by their shop and get anything that you'd get at any other cafe or coffeebar, but without the bitter taste or price :)


Posted by: Amy B. at June 15, 2005 9:40 AM
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