Green Mountain Coffee enters the cold brew, slow steep coffee space for the first time with the introduction of new Alpine Roast Cold Brew coffee.
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Made with 100 percent Arabica coffee beans from Colombia, Alpine Roast Cold Brew Coffee requires no coffee maker. Instead, the coarsely ground coffee comes in a SteePack filter – a satchel that resembles a large tea bag – specifically designed for the cold brew method.
Making cold brew coffee is as simple as filling a pitcher with three cups of cold water, adding two Alpine Roast Cold Brew satchels and steeping in a fridge for 8-12 hours. Once the brewing process is complete, remove the two satchels and add three more cups of cold water.
Two satchels can make up to six cups of cold brew coffee, which can be refrigerated for up to a week.
Each box of Alpine Roast Cold Brew coffee includes four cold brew satchels for a suggested price of $8.49.
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