“What does that mug on your desk say? World’s Best Boss? Well, then you deserve the world’s best stuff to fill it up.”
It's getting warmer! Hot coffee is not for everyone. You need it icy cold. You need it in a tall glass with a straw. And do you really feel like waiting in line for bitter and expensive or settling for watered-down and mediocre? Total buzz-kill.
Grady's saves the day with this BIY (brew-it-yourself) iced coffee concentrate, so you can happily sip smooth cold brew whenever the need strikes. We were already huge fans of Grady's, but we have to say this handy (and beautiful) can makes us love them even more.
Grady's iced coffee is a New Orleans style blend of roasted coffee and chicory. They've handily packaged the grounds in tea-bag style packages, so you can mix it with water and leave it to steep. You provide a pitcher, some water and settle in for a good nights' rest. Your reward? A week's worth of cold brew, or enough to please a hot crowd, with no muss, no fuss.
Each canister provides super-simple instructions – with illustrations – so you get a perfect brew, every time. Each can contains 4 bags, enough for 12 servings of coffee concentrate.
Cold Brew Super Power: You can recycle the can, and the bags are compostable.
This substantial sack holds 12 infuser bags, enough for 36 servings of coffee concentrate!
Try one of these three cold brew hacks that we’ve been loving this summer:
High-Octane Smoothie: Grady’s + Big Spoon Roasters Peanut Cocoa Butter
Blend 1 oz cold brew with 1 banana, 2 Tbsp nut butter and 8 oz milk of choice. Serve over ice.
Dash of Cold Comfort: Grady’s + Hella Bitter Aromatic Bitters
Add two to three dashes of bitters to your cold brew, then sweeten with a little simple syrup.
Perked-Up Cocktail: Grady’s + Roundhouse Spirits Corretto Coffee Liqueur
Mix 1 oz Corretto and 1 oz vodka with 2 oz cold brew. Fill with ice. Top with cream. Yes, cream.
Coffee, chicory, spices. 8 oz canister includes 4 bean bags, 24 oz bag holds 12 bean bags. Add 2 cups water to 1 bean bag to make 3 servings of coffee concentrate.