COFFEE NUT BUTTER BROWNIES

The Nutty Spoon teamed up with us to make some Cold Brew Coffee Nut Butter Brownies! Made with smooth Dreamy Cold Brew with a hint of Chocolate and The Nutty Spoon Classic Almond Butter. Check out our step by step process to make these delicious treats. This and more awesome recipes on our Brew Blog at RedThreadGood.com

 

Ingredients:

 

Directions:

  1. Heat oven to 350 °F.
  2. Cooking spray in an 8-inch square baking pan. 
  3. Whisk together the flour, cocoa, salt, and baking powder in a medium bowl. Set aside.
  4. In a smaller bowl, combine 1 1/2 sticks of melted butter (or alternative) with 3oz of chopped chocolate. Microwave on high in 30-second intervals, stirring in between, until melted. Let cool slightly.
  5. In another bowl, ad the vanilla extract, granulated sugar, brown sugar, eggs (or alternatives) and melted butter / chocolate combo and stir.
  6. Add Dreamy Cold Brew Concentrate to the mixture and pour over flour mixture bowl. Stir and top with Nutty Spoon Nut Butter. Spread the batter in the prepared pan and bake, 35 to 40 minutes.
  7. Enjoy your Cold Brew Coffee Nut Butter Brownies once they cool!
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COLD BREW ICE CREAM FLOAT

For #nationalicecreamday, we made Cold Brew Ice Cream Floats with Cozy, our Caramel Chocolate Hazelnut flavor. We used vegan vanilla ice cream, but could taste all the flavors of our Peruvian cold brew with hints of Caramel Chocolate and Hazelnut, a pretty great way to celebrate.

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COLD BREW LEMONADE

Don't knock it until you try it. What better to enjoy the summer with some Cold Brew Coffee with your refreshing lemonade. We love this recipe so much, we even made you a video for it just in case you get lost along the way as you make it. Enjoy!

 

 

 

Mix the following together:

4-5 oz Red Thread Good Cold Brew Concentrate (We prefer any of our three Purists)

1-2 oz lemon juice

20-30 g simple syrup

4-5 oz water

Ice

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WHY WE GRIND?

 

One of the most important steps in assuring you have great tasting coffee is the grind. How course or fine you grind your coffee will effect the brewing process and in the end the taste.

Espresso has a fine grind while immersion brewing techniques such as a French press or even most cold brew methods, typically use a courser grind. The most important aspect in grinding is too make sure the coffee particles are all uniformly even in size. This way there is equal distribution of of water during the brew process leading to a clean, even extraction.

To make sure you are grinding your coffee even, use a burr grinder rather than a blade grinder. Burr grinders are usually a bit more expensive, but they are well worth the investment. 

Check out our selection of Whole Bean products here for our amazing flavors you can grind!

 

 

A Dreamy Drop of Mint
 For a new take on an old classic, give our Dreamy Mint Julip a try. Infused with mint and carrying notes from our Dreamy Brew, this drink is sure to make your day.  Fill half a glass with Red Thread Good Dreamy Cold Brew Add 1 oz mint simple syrup Stir Fill glass all the way passed rim with crushed ice Add a sprig of fresh mint for garnish   Mint simple syrup recipe makes 1 1/2 cups   Muddle one cup of fresh mint to release flavor Steep muddled mint in 1 cup hot water (just off boil) and 2 cups cane sugar for 2 hours. Strain   If you're looking for the Booze, add 1 fl oz of Bourbon, and get the party started!

For a new take on an old classic, give our Dreamy Mint Julip a try. Infused with mint and carrying notes from our Dreamy Brew, this drink is sure to make your day.

Fill half a glass with Red Thread Good Dreamy Cold Brew
Add 1 oz mint simple syrup
Stir
Fill glass all the way passed rim with crushed ice
Add a sprig of fresh mint for garnish 

Mint simple syrup recipe makes 1 1/2 cups  
Muddle one cup of fresh mint to release flavor
Steep muddled mint in 1 cup hot water (just off boil) and 2 cups cane sugar for 2 hours. Strain 

If you're looking for the Booze, add 1 fl oz of Bourbon, and get the party started!