Your brewing guide for Cold Brew Coffee
Enjoy Cold Brew enjoyed over ice, with a little milk, or cold from the fridge with our easy-to-follow brew guide.
Cold brew extracts the natural, sweeter flavours of the coffee bean and can be adjusted for a stronger concentrate to suit your preference.
Ground coffee is steeped in filtered, room-temperature water for a long period of time – 18 to 24hrs – and can be enjoyed over ice, with a little milk, or cold from the fridge. Be sure not to ‘over-steep’ as your concentrate will be too bitter.
To make cold brew at home, follow our quick guide:
Three Extra Top Tips:
- Keep your grind coarse. If it’s too fine, it’ll ‘over-extract’ and leave a bitter taste in your mouth.
- Borrow an extra hand to hold the toddy while you remove the stopper – it makes for much neater work.
- Pour into lollipop moulds in the summer and pop in the freezer for an iced coffee treat.