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Brown rush starter pack

Brown rush starter pack

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Regular price Rs. 675.00
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  • 25 servings of coffee in a 1000 ml bottle
  • One serving of Starter Pack starts from INR 45.0
This coffee concentrate starter pack is like a rock band with three distinct personalities. Robusta is the edgy lead singer, Arabica is the smooth bassist, and the 80-20 blend is the perfect drummer - just the right balance of punch and finesse. Get 200 ml of each of these bad boys!
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Why Starter Pack?

This coffee concentrate starter pack is like a personality test in a cup. Feeling bold and brash? Go for the Robusta. Craving something smooth and suave? Arabica's your match. And if you're torn between the two, the 80-20 blend is the perfect compromise - the Switzerland of the coffee world. With these three options, you'll never have to make a tough decision again. Just sit back, sip, and let your taste buds do the talking.

This starter pack is a trio of superhero siblings. You've got Robusta, the tough and rugged older brother who's not afraid to kick your taste buds into shape. Then there's Arabica, the smooth and sophisticated sister who's always ready to charm you with her subtle flavors. And last but not least, the 80-20 blend, the mischievous middle child who's a little bit of both - a perfect balance of boldness and refinement. Together, they form the ultimate coffee justice league, ready to save you from any morning slump.

How to prepare

Black coffee

First, grab your favorite mug. Next, pour some of that delicious coffee concentrate into your mug. How much, you ask? Well, that depends on how strong you like your coffee, we recommend 40ml.

Now, the fun part: add some hot water, we recommend 120 ml. This is where the magic happens. The coffee concentrate and hot water combine to create a delicious cup of coffee that will put a smile on your face and a pep in your step. Plus, it's black like your soul, so you know it's gonna be good.

Stir it up and take a whiff. Can you smell that? That's the sweet aroma of success. Or, you know, just coffee. But it still smells amazing!

Now, take a sip and savor the flavor. The bitterness of the coffee, the smoothness of the concentrate, the heat of the water... it all comes together to create a delicious, energizing drink that will help you conquer the day.

Cold brew

First things first, you need a vessel. Preferably one that holds liquid. A glass, a mason jar, a coffee mug... whatever floats your boat. Just make sure it's big enough to hold your drink.

Now, pour some of that precious coffee concentrate into your vessel. How much, you ask? Well, that depends on how strong you like your coffee. Are you the kind of person who wants to be able to see through time after drinking your coffee? Then pour in a healthy amount. Are you a bit more laid-back and just want a little pick-me-up? Then just a splash will do.

Next, add some ice and cold water. The amount of water you add will depend on how strong you like your cold brew. But don't worry about measuring it out perfectly - this is a judgment-free zone. Just pour until it feels right. We recommend 40 ml of concentrate and 120 ml cold water with a couple of cubes.

Now, stir it up and smell the brew. It's like a hug for your taste buds, except without the weird arms. And there you have it, folks - a delicious cold brew. Now go forth and caffeinate!

Iced latte

Ah, the iced latte. A classic drink that's perfect for those hot summer days (or those cold winter days when you want to pretend it's summer). Let's make one!

First, grab a glass. The bigger the better, because who wants a small glass of deliciousness? Now, add some ice cubes. Next, it's time to add your milk. You can use any kind of milk you like - cow's milk, almond milk, oat milk, soy milk...the options are endless. Just make sure it's cold, because we're making an iced latte, not a lukewarm latte. Add as much or as little milk as you like, depending on how creamy you want your latte to be. We recommend 120 ml. It is optional but you can froth your milk using a french press if you are feeling fancy today.

Now, pour in some of that sweet, sweet coffee concentrate. How much, you ask? Well, that depends on how strong you like your coffee, we recommend 40 ml.

Now, give it a stir and take a sip. Can you taste that? That's the sweet taste of victory. Or, you know, just really good coffee. But it still tastes amazing, doesn't it? Congratulations, you've just made yourself an iced latte using coffee concentrate. Now sit back, relax, and enjoy your delicious creation!


Alright, buckle up and get ready for a wild ride because we're about to make a cappuccino with coffee concentrate. First, start by heating your coffee concentrate using your preferred method. We're going to need that delicious, concentrated coffee flavor to make this cappuccino extra special. We recommend 50ml concentrate heated in a microwave.

Next, grab a French press and fill it up with some hot milk. How much, we recommend 150ml. Now, plunge that French press up and down like it owes you money. Keep doing this until the milk starts to froth up like a bad hair day. And trust me, it will froth up eventually - unless you're using expired milk, in which case I can't help you.

Once your milk is nice and frothy, it's time to pour it into that coffee concentrate. Pour it in like you're a professional barista - or like you're trying to hit a target in a game of coffee pong. Either way, just make sure you're aiming for the cup and not the floor.

Now, give it a good stir and take a sip. Can you taste that heavenly combination of frothy milk and concentrated coffee flavor? It's like a party in your mouth, and everyone's invited!

Congratulations, you've just made yourself a cappuccino with coffee concentrate and a French press. And you did it in the easiest way possible, because life's too short to take things too seriously. Enjoy your delicious creation and savor every sip!

Let's get brewing