Warm Up This Holiday Season with the Rich and Robust Flavors of Java House Coffee
Raise your hand if you are a coffee lover (insert both my hands waving in the air). I love coffee. I drink coffee all day every day. I like it hot, cold, iced, and flavored. I even have a dresser in my foyer that stores all my coffee. So when I was asked to share information about the Java House Dual-Use Liquid Cold Brew Coffee Pods, I quickly said yes! Their new cold brew coffee cups are a game changer for coffee lovers. That’s why I encourage you to warm up this holiday season with the rich and robust flavors of Java House Coffee.
Java House Coffee is part of Heartland Food Products Group
Heartland Food Products Group is a global leader in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry, producing low-calorie sweeteners, coffee, coffee creamers and liquid water enhancers. Simply put, we make coffee, tea and water taste better.
The Java House Dual-Use Liquid Cold Brew Coffee Pods make enjoying coffee anywhere easy. You can use in your coffee maker or simply mix with water and pour over ice for a delicious cold brew anytime.
Since coffee is one of my, let’s be honest, my favorite drink; being able to enjoy it in various ways just makes it even better. Some days I want it steaming hot and other days I add as much ice as my tumbler will hold.
Java House’s new Authentic Cold Brew pods feature their cold brew coffee in a concentrate form (instead of the traditional grounds you find inside a K-cup or pod). That means you can open, pour over ice, add water and enjoy a rich cup of coffee anywhere.
For those that prefer a piping hot cup of coffee, pop the pod into your Keurig or other single brew machine to enjoy a less bitter, less acidic and much smoother cup of coffee. No preservatives, additives, or coffee derivatives. Just great tasting cold brew available whenever and wherever you are.
What is the difference between hot-brewed and cold-brewed coffee?
Traditionally, coffee grounds are brewed in scalding hot water, which oxidizes them more quickly and causes the resulting coffee to be aromatic but very bitter. By contrast, the cold brew process entails gently steeping freshly ground air roasted coffee in cold water instead of hot or heated water, which delivers coffee that is smoother, naturally sweeter and less acidic than hot-brewed coffee.
Different Beans Provide Different Flavors
If you prefer a rich dark roasted flavor, the Sumatran is just for you. My husband loves this both hot and cold. His personal favorite..black!
I prefer a softer, milder flavor so the Ethiopian is what I reach for whether I am making hot, cold, iced, or a specialty drink.
My favorite way to enjoy Java House Coffee is with equal parts of coffee and creamer, with just a little splash of vanilla.