Each Credo location is serving an exclusive cold brew coffee this summer

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Valencia orange mocha cold brew - PHOTO VIA DOWNTOWN CREDO/FACEBOOK
  • photo via Downtown Credo/Facebook
  • Valencia orange mocha cold brew

Strawberry-limeade cold brew - PHOTO VIA DOWNTOWN CREDO/FACEBOOK
  • photo via Downtown Credo/Facebook
  • Strawberry-limeade cold brew
The special cold brew coffee flavors at each Downtown Credo were supposed to be served in June only. But Emiley Jones of the pay-what-you-will coffee chainlet tells us they’ve proven so popular that they’ll be offered all summer. (In Florida, that means until Thanksgiving, right?)

The cold brew concoctions and their locations are:
  • Vietnamese cold brew at College Park (706 W. Smith St.): Sweetened condensed milk and cold brew concentrate with a solid caffeine kick
  • Valencia orange mocha at Florida Hospital Health Village (550 E. Rollins St.): An orange mocha taste
  • Cinnamon Toast Crunch at North Quarter Market (885 N. Orange Ave.): Cinnamon sugar + milk of your choice + cold brew concentrate
  • Strawberry-limeade at Church Street Exchange (101 S. Garland Ave.): Strawberry extract + lime juice + simple syrup + cold brew concentrate
Cinnamon Toast Crunch cold brew - PHOTO VIA DOWNTOWN CREDO/FACEBOOK
  • photo via Downtown Credo/Facebook
  • Cinnamon Toast Crunch cold brew
Vietnamese cold brew - PHOTO VIA DOWNTOWN CREDO/FACEBOOK
  • photo via Downtown Credo/Facebook
  • Vietnamese cold brew



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