We start with fresh ground, lightly roasted, Colombian beans, add a subtle blend of old-world spices, and slowly cold brew to eliminate bitterness and extract all the robust flavor. The nitrogen infusion process aerates the brew to produce a coffee with rich flavor, full body and all the kick you need to get you through the day.
Same beans. Same blend of old-world spices. Brewed hot and fresh to get you up and keep you going.
The only “cooking” that happens in prison is to combine dry ingredients with water that’s been boiled in a cup using an immersion heater called a “stinger.” Now everyone is calling it sous vide cuisine. Here’s my take on prisongenuity meets high culinary art. As a tribute to all those currently incarcerated, I call my sous vide omelets “Stingers.”
Cold Brew with a Cause