Cold Brew Picks

Cold Brew Picks
Cold Brew Picks

Time. Temperature. Turbulence. These are three critical elements of brewing coffee and they are three elements that cold brewing turns upside down. Whereas hot coffee is brewed in around 5 minutes (or in just seconds for espresso), cold brewing takes at least 12 hours. Hot coffee is brewed with water in the neighborhood of 200 degrees, cold brewing happens at room temperature. And cold brewing doesn’t come with spray heads carefully engineered to agitate the coffee grounds during the entire brew time, making cold brewing calm brewing … even if it is upside down.  

5 Items

  1. Zambia Estate RFA Honey (2020 Crop) Blackberry plum, chocolate, heavy body
    P605632-1
    Continental NJ
    83 BAGS
    Spot
  2. Mexico Veracruz - Puebla Microlot *TOP LOT* Heavy body, chocolate, toffee, almond, caramel apple
    P608238-5
    The Annex
    31 BAGS
    Spot
  3. Mexico Veracruz - Huatusco Microlot *TOP LOT* Nice sweetness, raspberry, milk chocolate, heavy body
    P608238-3
    The Annex
    34 BAGS
    Spot
  4. Peru Kovachii Organic Green apple, grape, key lime, caramel
    P606428-2
    The Annex
    17 BAGS
    Spot
  5. Colombia Dulima Chocolate, cherry, caramel, red fruits
    P606950-4
    Continental NJ
    211 BAGS
    Spot

5 Items

Time. Temperature. Turbulence. These are three critical elements of brewing coffee and they are three elements that cold brewing turns upside down. Whereas hot coffee is brewed in around 5 minutes (or in just seconds for espresso), cold brewing takes at least 12 hours. Hot coffee is brewed with water in the neighborhood of 200 degrees, cold brewing happens at room temperature. And cold brewing doesn’t come with spray heads carefully engineered to agitate the coffee grounds during the entire brew time, making cold brewing calm brewing … even if it is upside down.