Drinking SOS Cold Brew was a pleasure to say the least. I am often reluctant to reach for the seemingly weaker type of coffee. I will forever remain attracted to the strongest possible coffee I can get my hands on. Occasionally I’m surprised and a type of coffee that's branded as weaker has impressed me with its potency. That's exactly what happened when I first tried SOS Cold Brew.
SOS Cold Brew has Classic and Bold varieties. They also carry a Kona flavor, but I was unable to try that one. I couldn’t believe that I had been missing out on this product in my local area. Every time I go to the grocery store I look to see if there are any new cold brews being sold. The selection has expanded in recent months, but it will forever remain inadequate until I see SOS Cold Brew on the shelves.
As a company that comes from Seattle, Washington, the nexus of coffee in this country, it’s no wonder they’re good at what they do. I’m sure that I would be able to find them if I were to head to the nearest Whole Foods. I have no intention of doing so because for me, that store lacks a certain universality that coffee is all about. I struggle with this notion because SOS Cold Brew is so good that it makes me want to break from tradition and head into a Whole Foods.
This cold brew is so good that it’s the first thing I think of when I’m needing a pick me up. The weather has been hot for the past several months, leaving me feeling like I need to put hot coffee on the backburner. Putting hot coffee in a cup filled with ice cubs can only go so far. The differences in the taste of hot brewed coffee and cold brew is apparent from the moment you take your first sip. SOS Cold Brew is a welcome departure from this reality.
If you’re going to dip your feet into the cold brew waters, you would be hard pressed to find a company that does it better than SOS Cold Brew.