Of course, I strayed from my list a little bit and picked up a few extra things. I did pretty dang good, though.
My two brag-worthy finds?
A six-pack a Klondike Bars (Reese's) for about 13 CENTS. I believe they were $1.63 and had a $1.50 coupon right on the door for me to use. SCORE! Dang end-cap bargains. I don't know that I've ever had a Klondike Bar...but when Mike asked what I got him, I said "What Would You Dooooo?" And he goes, "You got me a Kit-Kat Bar?"
Nope. Try again.
Now...on to the reason you're here. COFFEE!!
Whenever I open one of the small refrigerators at work, the bottom shelf is taken up by a 33 ounce bottle of this:
NadaMoo, if you're interested. The coffee was good, but was combined and melted with the ice cream, so we didn't get the full effect.
Yesterday, there was a small end-cap cooler filled with smaller versions of the above concentrate. There were also ready-to-drink glass bottles as well (similar looking to those Starbucks drinks in glass bottles).
Are you kidding me? How is this not a phenomenon?! I just taught you how I was making my own iced coffee at home. Now as of yesterday, I've stepped in to a whole new realm.
This morning I put together the most delicious coffee ever in about one minute just before stepping out the door.
In your to-go mug add:
- 1/2 Cup Concentrate (I purchased the Vanilla)
- 1/2 Cup Water
- Splash of creamer/milk (SPLASH ONLY! This coffee is delectable on its own, but Mike's sis left some creamer at our house, so I suppose I'll attempt to use it up)
This is a local company started by two neighbors in 2010. I can certainly attest to the fact that they have done it right and done it well!!
From their website: "We custom roast every ounce of Chameleon Cold-Brew for more than 16 hours using only 100% organic, Fair Trade, hand-selected Central and South American Arabica beans and purified Texas Hill Country spring water."
Well done, gentlemen. They are absolutely hitting the nail on the head. I am going to sing their praises to anyone who will listen. My hubby can be sort of a coffee snob and I have no doubt that he will have his mind blown this morning - I texted him the recipe when I got to work. Just took another swig...SO GOOD! I am currently enjoying my mug at the front desk, no telling what clients will hear my amazing review!
Oh, and don't forget to check out their recipes and website.