Friday, September 22, 2017

GIVEAWAY Coldbrew Gourmet Coffee Station with Torani Syrups #sponsored #ToraniColdBrew

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Disclaimer: I was sent complimentary product for the purpose of this post. All opinions are my own, and I would never post about a product I did not support or use myself.

Hello everyone! Scroll down to the bottom of this post if you want to WIN A YEAR'S SUPPLY OF TORANI SYRUPS!


I've always loved Torani, and have a few recipes on my blog that use them. I've put them in cocktails, baked goods, and even just in some sparkling water to make Italian soda. But my favorite way to use Torani Syrups? Coffee. You get all the flavor of a coffee house--most of your favorites are already using them!--right in your own kitchen. Really, what could be better?


I've been meaning to share a coldbrew coffee recipe with you guys, but it just seemed too... easy? Seriously, I don't know why people pay top dollar for coldbrew, it is the simplest thing to make at home. That's why I was thrilled when Torani Syrups reached out to me to do a coldbrew post, using their Coffeehouse line. Finally, a reason to share this recipe with you, and jazz it up with some amazing flavor!


My office has a "Treat Yourself" corner, where my team secretly shares goodies away from the rest of the moochers--seriously, leave ANYTHING in the kitchen and it's snatched up in seconds--so that we can indulge a bit if our client workload is a bit too stressful. I decided this was the perfect project to treat my coworkers to some delicious gourmet coffee!

All of the pieces you need to make this adorable little Cold Brew Treat Yourself Station can be found at your local craft store. The syrup pumps are actually soap dispenser tops you can get for mason jars. Putting it all in a little crate just amps up the cute factor, and give you room to store the Torani Sauces and some straws, too!

Do you love Torani? They're also offering my readers A YEAR'S SUPPLY (12 750ml Bottles) of syrups! Make your coworkers happy, or your family, by setting up your very own little Coffee Station.


And now, onto the recipe.

The Perfect Coldbrew

  • 1 cup of your favorite coffee grounds
  • 5 cups water
  • 2 shots of your favorite Torani Coffeehouse Syrup (I used pumpkin spice)
  • Coffee Ecoutrements (creamer, sugar, Torani Sauces)

...that's it!

-Mix together the coffee grounds, water, and Torani syrup in a large pitcher. Let sit in the fridge for 3 hours or overnight.

-Strain into a second pitcher, using a cheesecloth or a paper towel or coffee filter in a colander.

-Serve cold, over ice, with your favorite coffee ecoutrements: I use a bit of coconut milk, and a little bit of Torani sauce drizzled around the edge of the glass. Perfecto!

-Protip: Want to make less coffee? Use one part coffee to five parts water, and let the mixture sit overnight in a small French press.


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28 comments:

  1. When I worked in a local coffee shop years ago, I became obsessed with syrups like this for coffee, Italian sodas, etc. I ran across this brand at World Market and was so excited, I bought 5 different bottles!

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    1. I never even realized you could buy them without owning a coffee shop. It's great!

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  2. I soooo need to try this! I've grown to love coffee ( I used to hate it) until three years ago lol. I like this because I won't need to use sugar to sweeten it.

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  3. You had me at cold brew! I am going to have to try this recipe for sure and perhaps save some money by cutting my coffee shop trips!

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  4. never had coffee before but this sounds interesting

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  5. This looks so good! The perfect tasty pick me up on a warm day! I would go with hazelnut syrup, personally :)

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  6. This is so cool! You better believe I've entered for Torani syrups and that coldbrew sounds delicious!

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  7. I would so love to have a little cold brew station at home. No need to go out and get coffee! Can't wait to try the pumpkin spice.

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  8. I don't think I've ever tried Torani, but it sounds like it can be used for a plethora of things! And I love that you used it for your office treat yoself corner! That's too cute :) And of course, I entered in the giveaway!!

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  9. Ooh this sounds really good! I've never tried syrups at home!

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  10. Torani syrups are the best really like them we have a few flavors at home as I like to craft my own beverages. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  11. I love coffee anything and everything, any time of the day. Coffee is everything :) thank you for the new idea!

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  12. I can't believe I've never made cold brewed coffee. I've seen it at Starbucks and it's expensive. It really sounds easy to do and I like the addition of the flavorings.

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  13. My hubby has just recently gotten on the cold brew kick, I would like to try it with the pumpkin spice syrup!! I am not a huge coffee drinker, but who could resist with the yummy syrups added in!?

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  14. We used to buy Torani all the time, now I don't know why we stopped!

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  15. I'm not a coffee drinker but my husband is and he really loves to explore the variety. Going to try this for him soon.. score some points.. Thanks

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  16. I love the idea of a drink station like this at work! I've got an espresso machine in my office but don't have a supply of goodies to dress it up. I'm going to add some flavored syrups. (ps you're not kidding about cold brew being super simple!

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  17. I love a good cold brew coffee! What a great giveaway!

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  18. Sometimes, I really love coffee! This is such a wonderful giveaway!

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  19. I have used these syrups in the past. So many great flavours to choose from. What a great way to make gourmet coffees at home without paying the high prices at the cafe!!

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  20. Omg I LOVE a good cold brew! I actually never tried using syrups in my coffee at home before. Def need to check it out cause they sound amazing!

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  21. I love cold brew coffee especially on a warm day!

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  22. I love Torani. I have a couple of bottles in my pantry for coffee and have even used it in desserts before. Great post, love your ideas.

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  23. I too love Torani. I like their passion fruit syrup to make my hurricane. they really versatile to use in coffee and other dessert.

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  24. This is exactly what I need. I am a huge coffee drinker. These may actually offer a nice different variety of flavors. Will check them out! Thank you.

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  25. We have a fridge full of their syrups!!!! mmmmmmm!! mixers!

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  26. I thought I had commented here before but apparently not lol! These sound amazing in cold brew!! I've always made cold brew but would love to kick it up a notch! And ummmm pumpkin ALL the things! 😍

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  27. I seriously love a good cup old cold brew! It just tastes so different from normal drip coffee!

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