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Yeti Cold Press

Yeti Cold Press
Photo by Becca Sabot

Cold-press coffee is a summer gift to loyalists of the bean, whose hot cuppa morning joe can seem a bit daunting in midsummer. The black murky gold in the bottle is slow brewed with cold water, resulting in a concentrated liquid that keeps in your fridge for about two weeks. Sip it straight on the rocks for a little chest hair growth. Better yet, dilute it with water, milk, or perhaps a bit of booze. Peace Coffee sells its Yeti Cold Press in refillable growlers, which will keep you visiting all summer for your fix of this darkly toasty brew with notes of chocolate and almond on the back. Be warned: You’ll pour it all day with ice cream in floats, with sparkling water for an afternoon pickup, and with a little Grand Marnier to end the night. 3262 Minnehaha Ave., Mpls., 612-877-7760

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