Chameleon Cold-Brew, the nation’s leading purveyor of consciously crafted cold-brew, is launching the first-ever organic Cold-Brew Coffee Kit & Pods along with the brand’s first line of Whole Bean Coffee on June 5th.
The new Cold-Brew Coffee Kit with organic Cold-Brew Pods is an easy-to-use, customizable set that includes a branded mason jar and eight cold-brew pods full of Chameleon’s signature, certified organic, ethically sourced coffee. This DIY kit allows for personalization to the cold-brew strength and add-ins, as well as offers a perfect on-the-go cold-brew option, perfect for traveling. For ready-to-enjoy cold-brew, simply add 1 pod to 9 oz. of cold, filtered water in the jar and steep in the refrigerator for 10-24 hours. Remove the pod, add ice, and sip away. Concentrate more your speed? Add two pods to 12 oz. of water and stir into some milk or nut mylk for a buzzier treat. The organic Cold-Brew Coffee Kit and organic Cold-Brew Refill Pods are available for purchase at H-E-B Grocery, Bed, Bath, & Beyond nationwide, and online at www.chameleoncoldbrew.com starting June 5, 2017.
Chameleon Cold-Brew’s soon-to-launch Whole Bean coffee line is available in three original varieties that represent a wide range of coffees from around the world. The Day Breaker features Ethiopian beans with flavors of wine, ripe fruits and wildberries. Dark, Black & Bold hails from Indonesia and has bittersweet, earthy notes of dark cocoa, which make this brew an ideal option for someone looking for intense flavor. Finally, the first Single Origin highlights beans from the Chiapas region of Mexico with flavors of sweet, milk chocolate, cherries and hazelnut. As with all of Chameleon’s existing cold-brew products, the Whole Bean Coffee line uses only organic, and ethically- and sustainably-sourced beans, then is gently air-roasted for even heat that won’t burn the beans. The Whole Bean Coffee line is available for purchase at H-E-B Grocery retailers and online at www.chameleoncoldbrew.com starting June 5, 2017 and at Safeway locations in Northern California in late June 2017.