It's safe to say that our workouts (and most members of our Longevity community) are fueled by coffee. This especially holds true for Audre Langebartel, who in addition to being a Longevity member and bride-to-be, is also the Regional Manager for Counter Culture Coffee. Audre shares the difference between iced coffee and cold brew, her recipe for perfectly proportioned iced coffee, and where we can find Counter Culture Coffee locally.
As Regional Manager and Sales & Account Manager for Counter Culture Coffee, Audre covers the Charleston, Columbia, Florence, coastal Georgia and Jacksonville areas. She primarily works with local partners to create a successful, caffeinated program for their business, as well as educate their staff about coffee blends in all of their forms, preparation, etc. Her busy weeks include regularly-scheduled personal training sessions with Nate, along with impromptu group classes at Longevity.
Where can we sip on Counter Culture Coffee, right here in Charleston?
What's the difference between iced coffee and cold brew?
Summer weather in Charleston is in full swing, and if you're like me, you're ready to make the switch from hot coffee to something refreshing. I personally loved iced coffee, but so many people are now into cold brew.
Currently, my favorite Counter Culture blends for cold brew are Gradient and Hologram, and for iced coffee, I like Apollo and Big Trouble. You can find these at many of our partner shops mentioned above, or at your local Whole Foods, Harris Teeter and Earth Fare.
"Since 1995, Counter Culture has been a relentless pursuit of coffee perfection through a dedication to real environmental, social and fiscal sustainability, and a commitment to creating cutting-edge coffee people." To learn more about Counter Culture Coffee or shop their products, visit their website: counterculturecoffee.com