Top Off Your Cup! 1.Grind Fresh Thyme coffee beans to make 1½ cups medium-coarse grounds. Add to 8 cups water in a large pitcher. Stir to ensure grounds submerge. 3.To remove grounds (and any additions, if used), strain coffee concentrate into another large pitcher through a fine wire-mesh sieve with cheesecloth. 2.Steep mixture at room temperature 12–24 hours (the longer, the stronger). If desired, add vanilla bean, cinnamon sticks, cardamom pods, or fresh mint at this stage. 4.To serve, dilute concentrate to taste (about 1:1 ratio) with water, sparkling water, or milk. Add sweeteners as desired. Store in refrigerator up to 2 weeks. Serves 8. It'sEasy! SATISFY YOUR COFFEE CRAVINGS—AND WALLET—BY GRABBING YOUR FRESH- ROASTED BEANS IN BULK. S ome like it hot. Some like it cold. Everyone likes it fresh. Cold- filtered (or room-temperature) coffee relies on time, rather than heat, to create a brew with less acidity, enhanced flavor and aroma, and a thicker, bolder quality. The concentrate, which you dilute before serving, has a higher caffeine kick, too. It’s worth the wait. It’s also worth choosing a quality bean. The roots of Fresh Thyme coffee “start at the source,” says Meghan Daw, RD, LDN, Fresh Thyme Registered Dietitian. “We work with farmers, co- ops, and mills on a direct basis.” Fresh Thyme sources only the top 5 percent of Arabica coffee and roasts it in small batches so it is only days old when it comes to the stores. It’s also not all about the caffeine. “Coffee is one of the highest sources of antioxidants in our diets,” says Fresh Thyme Registered Dietitian Kerry Clifford, MS, RD, LDN. “But check out your ingredients so you’re not drinking your calories away!” coffee cold-press ONE OF THE HOTTEST THINGS IN COFFEE IS REALLY COLD. SIP THE FLAVORFUL REWARDS OF THIS EASY BREWING PROCESS. MILK & NON-DAIRY • Cow's milk • Unsweetened coconut milk • Vanilla flax milk • Half-and-half • Unsweetened vanilla almond milk • A dollop of melted Kerry Gold Butter SWEET TOUCHES • Sugar in the raw • Sugar cubes • Stevia drops and sweeteners • Honey SIMPLE SURPRISES • Cinnamon • Cayenne • Ginger • Nutmeg • Coconut oil (blend-in) • Fresh mint #FreshThymeFinds Try our new bulk beans, such as Fresh Thyme’s exclusive, smoky, dark San Francisco Fogcutter, or the well-balanced organic Guatemalan. 10 Fresh Thyme Crave | freshthyme.com