Coffee Made Easy: Grady’s Cold Brew
I have many strong suits, but I’ll admit it – the kitchen is not my forte. The most complicated dishes I make are toast and cereal, and no matter how many times I’ve been taught to use a coffee machine, I still haven’t mastered the art – even though I am a caffeine fanatic!
Which is why when our friends at Grady’s Cold Brew sent over a few bottles of their iced coffee concentrate, I was in heaven. The directions: pour coffee into cup. Add water or milk. Done! (Did I mention that I only drink iced coffee, too?)
Itching to know more? Well here you go: Grady’s Cold Brew is a New Orleans-style iced coffee concentrate, brewed and bottled by hand in Brooklyn, NY. Each bottle makes eight cups of coffee and will last about three weeks. If you want to know more about what goes into each bottle of Grady’s, check out their Facebook page.
For those of you reading from New York, you can pick up your own bottle of Grady’s at The Brooklyn Kitchen (100 Frost St.) and Urban Rustic (236 North 12th St.) Not in New York? Don’t fret – Grady’s will ship anywhere in the continental U.S. Full details available here.
Many thanks again to the Grady’s Cold Brew family for the caffeine boost!