Coffee is my life. I have always been a coffee lover since my young teens. It just helps me get through the day. I will try any coffee at least one time. So when I was able to check out Java House Cold Brew pods I was so pumped. I will admit that I do not own a Keurig. I drink two plus pots of coffee a day so having a one cup machine would get pricey. So when I found out these were pods I was a little nervous on how I was going to make them at home. I knew I could go to my moms house. But when I received them in the mail. I found out they are liquid! Which makes them dual purpose.
My husband and I decided to try them out one night after he got home from work. They are so simple to use. To enjoy them hot: you simply place the pod with the tab side up into your single serve brewer.
To use cold, which is what we used: peel open the pod pour over ice, and then add eight ounces of water and enjoy. We did add a little bit of creamer. We also used two pods because we were using an extra large glass. Go big or go home right?
- Ethiopian which is a light roast
- Colombian which is a medium roast and my husbands personal favorite.
- Sumatran which is a dark roast and my personally favorite
- Decaf which is a medium roast without all the caffeine
The coffee is so easy to make for a cold brew. Through out the summer I was making pots, letting them cool and then putting them over ice. But with Java House I no longer have to do that. There are no preservatives or additives. Just great coffee. This coffee taste much less bitter and much less acidic then traditional cold brews I have tried in the past. My husband and I both enjoyed these pods very much. And I absolutely love the concept of them.
You can find Java House in 6 count boxes at Wal-Mart stores. You can also find them at Walmart.com and Javahouse.com
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