The Scoot Mix Kit ($25) by Scoot Cold Brew includes everything you need: a bag of the company’s whole beans sourced from Africa and South America, a cold-brew filter and detailed instructions — to DIY your way to an earthy, nutty, cool cup of joe.
Created as a way to ship Scoot Cold Brew to folks unable to make their way to the West Side production facility, which opened in July, the hands-on mix kits take the guesswork out of brewing, says owner Kari DeGraff.
“It’s coming from a source that has it figured out so it’s easy,” she says.
While you can’t go wrong by adding your favorite milk, the included recipe for Scoot‘n Tonic, which adds soda water to the coffee, is funky and refreshing.
“It’s kind of fun too,” says DeGraff. “You’ve got all the ingredients and you can tweak it your own way.” 2085 W. 114 St., Cleveland, 206-486-5862, scootcoldbrew.com
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