Skip the Line: Vanilla Bean Cold Brew

May 28, 2019 1 min read

 

With summer just around the corner, it’s important to have your arsenal of refreshing cold drinks at the ready! Whether you’re hanging around indoors under that high-powered ceiling fan or sitting with your buddies on the hot summer side walk, having something with a chill in your hand can make all the difference. We want to show you how adding a little vanilla can turn the classic cold brew into a whole new game. It’s simple to make and only takes five easy steps.

 

Ingredients

1 cup of milk

2 vanilla beans, split length wise

¼ cup sugar

4 cups of cold brew concentrate, we recommend our Paper & Slippers Blend

Ice cubes

 

Directions

1). Combine the milk, sugar, and vanilla beans over medium heat

2). Once it has been brought to a simmer, remove the mixture from the heat

3). You’ll want to make sure the allow the vanilla beans to steep for about 15 minutes

4). Once the mix has cooled off, combined the vanilla milk and the cold brew

5) Give it a stir before pouring over ice

 

Take a sip and enjoy with your pup by your side!


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