I’ve tried making my own cold brew coffee, but I’ll be honest, it’s a pain — so much so that I would rather just buy it from my local coffee shop. The only problem with that is it is expensive. A medium size is about $3.50 where I live. That adds up real fast. I am so happy that I found a better (and cheaper!) alternative.
Introducing Gevalia Cold Brew Concentrate. It’s available at Walmart in the coffee aisle (it’s shelf stable, so it doesn’t have to be refrigerated) and comes in two delicious flavors — House Blend and Vanilla. At $5.90 for a 32 fl. oz bottle, you can enjoy 8 servings for just $0.74 each! With a savings like that, you can enjoy a glass every day and not feel guilty!
The best part is Gevalia Cold Brew Concentrate is brewed to customize. Simply add one-part cold brew and mix in what you love — milk, water, half-and-half, coconut milk, flavored syrups, sweeteners or even ice cream. You can also add toppings like whipped cream, chocolate syrup, caramel syrup or cinnamon.
My favorite way to enjoy mine is with half-and-half cream and liquid stevia to sweeten it up. Super simple, but oh so yummy!
Occasionally, I like to turn my coffee into a treat by adding flavored syrups and topping it with caramel, whipped cream and/or cinnamon. One of my favorite combinations is cinnamon and vanilla, so I whipped up this delicious Cinnamon Vanilla Latte using Gevalia Cold Brew Concentrate to share with all of you.
It is so easy to make and it tastes just like a cinnamon roll! Flavors of cinnamon, vanilla, milk and coffee combine to create a delicious treat. Enjoy it in the morning or as an afternoon pick-me-up!
Gevalia Cold Brew Concentrate makes it easy to create your own custom drinks at home for less. I encourage you to try it — you won’t be disappointed! Stop by your local Walmart and use this Ibotta offer to save!
Have you tried Gevalia Cold Brew Concentrate? How would you customize your drink?
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