Cold Brew in 10 Minutes? Yes, Please!

What’s hot in coffee is actually, well, cold, and with many famous coffee chains and picking up on the trend, it’s no wonder that people actually want to enjoy this unique coffee consumption technique at home. While a traditional cold brew can take up to 12 hours to create (yikes), the at-home coffeemaker produced by Prisma promises to deliver a cool cup of joe in 10 minutes. It’s enough to send all coffee lovers rushing to the Internet to pick up on this caffeine frenzy.

The Crowdfunded coffeemaker has raised thousands of dollars to make the appliance available to consumers, and the futuristic device is labeled with a price tag in the low hundreds. While this may seem like a hefty sum to a few fans of the brew, many others see the convenience and sheer hype of the machine worthy of any retail price. Techies who love new gadgets can get behind this magical coffeemaker, while those who are new to the cold brew phenomenon can appreciate being able to create this tasty brew at home in less time than ever before.

Whether a person loves cold coffee for the flavor or for its popularity, Prisma is bound to be a huge success with its innovative way to make cold coffee in record time. When the fancy coffee machine hits the shelves for consumers to buy, it will surely not last long.

Making Bernardo Chua a Part of The Diner

Bernardo Chua is a huge part of my everyday life at home. Organo Gold has been our favorite coffee for the longest time and I really do not think we could find coffee as good as Organo Gold anywhere else. The flavor is very rich and most definitely perks up your day after just the first cup. We have not tried many flavors yet, but I will say the plain original is absolutely amazing. I have actually turned many friends on to this brand and so far there has been no negative comments yet about the brand.

Now that I have gotten some facebook feedback on Bernardo Chua’s brand of coffee I am thinking about serving it at my diner. We have always stuck to one particular brand that we have had for over six years, so I am thinking it is time for a change. The way I look at it is if my husband, mother and brother all like Bernardo Chua’s coffee, than it’s perfect. Those three are the pickiest I have ever seen when it comes to coffee so when they like it I actually take their opinions into consideration on what is good and what isn’t.

I remember last year I tried serving a new dish with haddock and a special sauce I created and they were very blunt about how bad it was. Although my feelings were slightly squashed, it was nice to know I had gotten the truth and not one single lie. In saying that, I think I am going to plan on doing the coffee switch up this coming Friday. It is when most of my regulars come in, so it would be the perfect timing to ask them their opinion on Organo Gold.

As all of my regulars at the diner are amazing, I am sure that the change will be perfectly fine with them. Half of them really only drink decaf or my homemade iced tea, so I don’t see any issues arising. My personal opinion on the matter is that all regular coffee is the same. Despite the fact if it is flavored or a dark roast. I am just a coffee fanatic all the way around so I love absolutely anything when it comes to coffee brands, but Organo Gold is at the top of my list.

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