Hawaii Mom Blog: KonaRed Cold Brew Coffee Review




March 9, 2018

KonaRed Cold Brew Coffee Review

Disclosure:  Complimentary products were received for review purposes.  All opinions are entirely my own. 

KonaRed Cold Brew Coffee comes in 5 flavors.

I have been struggling to get through the day for the past couple of weeks and it is no lie that on more than one occasion, KonaRed's Cold Brew Coffee has saved me.  First, it got me through the morning when I hardly had any sleep because one of my kids threw up in the middle of the night.  Then, it gave me the much needed perk during some awful Westside traffic.  Most recently, it kept me company while I waited in the car during my daughter's one hour tumbling class.  Life. Saver.

I love coffee in all forms so I was happy to review KonaRed's new 32 oz. bottles of their Cold Brew Coffee, which is also available in cans.  I kept some bottles at home and work which made it super easy to take with me whenever I needed a little extra energy for the day.  I discovered I needed it often as I've already tried each of the flavors (a couple twice over): Original, Espresso, Hawaiian Vanilla, Maui Mocha, and Kauai Caramel.  I really enjoyed the coffees and found them to be smooth and flavorful.  The only flavor I didn't finish was the Hawaiian Vanilla because it was too sweet for my personal preference for coffee.  My favorites were the Espresso and Maui Mocha.  

So easy to take with me and love the low calories!

What I love about KonaRed's cold brew is that each variety is made with premium Kona and Columbian coffee beans and all-natural ingredients.  The fruit and beans are roasted and slowly steeped for 16 hours in cold water.  Since more coffee is used than traditional hot brewing, the cold brew has a deeper flavor and higher caffeine content - a bottle contains 220 mg of caffeine which is about twice the caffeine as a regular cup of coffee.  What's more awesome is that each 12 ounce bottle contains only between 0-25 calories depending on the flavor!  It's also non-GMO, vegan, kosher and free of dairy, gluten and soy.  This is what my busy life was missing!

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