A frozen coffee capsule?!
It’s not a beverage – it’s a new way to make your favorite drink. Cometeer frozen coffee capsules are a game-changer for coffee lovers everywhere.
The little aluminum containers might resemble K-cups that you’re undoubtedly familiar with but don’t be fooled. These innovative capsules offer a range of benefits that traditional coffee simply can’t match. And you don’t even need a Keurig to reap the benefits of fresh (super-fresh!) hot or iced coffee.
Fresh and Convenient
One of the biggest benefits of Cometeer frozen coffee capsules is their convenience. Unlike traditional coffee, which requires grinding, measuring, and brewing, these capsules are incredibly easy to use.
You keep them in the freezer until you’re ready. Then you can either add them to hot water, pop them into a Keurig, or let it melt and combine with cold milk or water for one of the best iced bevies you can make at home, in the office, or on the road.
As frozen coffee is a relatively new innovation, I thought I’d provide you with a little Q & A on Cometeer and why you might want to stock your freezer.
What is Cometeer Frozen Coffee?
Cometeer is a brand available in select retail locations or delivered to your door. It’s different from other providers in that the capsules aren’t filled with grounds. Instead, you get a sort of coffee concentrate that’s flash-frozen right after extraction in a liquid nitrogen shower at -321° F.
There’s a variety of roast levels that you can choose from, and every capsule provides the option of instant, iced, or brewed (like a K Cup).
What Type of Coffee Maker Do You Need for Cometeer?
Actually, you don’t need to have a coffee maker at all. Making a fresh cup of coffee is as simple as adding 6-8 ounces of hot water to a frozen capsule. If you prefer iced coffee, let one of the capsules melt and then combine the concentrate with cold milk or water.
However, the capsules can also be used in Keurig machines like a K-cup, so you’ve got plenty of options.
Where Can I Buy Capsules?
Cometeer is available at a few prominent retailers from London to LA, like Sprouts and Foxtrot. But if you don’t have a store nearby, you can also order it online. Because it’s a frozen product, your order will be shipped in dry ice.
What Are the Available Roast Levels?
Anything goes with Cometeer, as you’ve got your choice of light, dark, mixed, decaf, and half-caff. However, if you’re just starting out, we recommend the Mixed Roast box.
The Mixed Roast box includes 32 cups covering four roasts for $44, and the company sources its beans from some of the best small-batch roasters in the country.
Pros and Cons of Frozen Coffee
- Lasts up to two years in the freezer
- Some of the freshest home brew available
- No coffee maker is required
- TSA-approved and ideal for travel
- Different roast options
- Beans are from quality small-batch roasters
- Pour over ice cream for affogato
- Excellent in cocktails like the espresso martini
- Limited in-person retail locations
- Pricier than some brands
- Freezing is necessary for a long shelf life
- Capsules need to melt first before combining with cold liquids