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Whether you take it ground or whole, decaf or caffeinated, we’ve narrowed it down to the absolute best coffee for making at-home cold brew.

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Marco's
Comforting & Rich
Marco's
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Brazil Para Ela
Sweet & Smooth
Brazil Para Ela
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Blackstrap Blend
Sweet & Smooth
Blackstrap Blend
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Flatlander Signature Blend
Sweet & Smooth
Flatlander Signature Blend
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Old World Vienna
Sweet & Smooth
Old World Vienna
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Karmadillo Dark Espresso Blend
Comforting & Rich
Karmadillo Dark Espresso Blend
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Carmela's
Sweet & Smooth
Carmela's
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Southern Gothic
Comforting & Rich
Southern Gothic
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Night Moves Dark Roast
Comforting & Rich
Night Moves Dark Roast
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Two Bridges
Sweet & Smooth
Two Bridges
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Benchmark
Syrupy & Smooth
Benchmark
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Theo Blend
Comforting & Rich
Theo Blend
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Misfit
Sweet & Smooth
Misfit
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Riqueza Dark Blend
Roasty & Smoky
Riqueza Dark Blend
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Petunias
Sweet & Smooth
Petunias
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Seabright House Blend
Sweet & Smooth
Seabright House Blend
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French Roast
Roasty & Smoky
French Roast
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West Pole Dark Roast
Comforting & Rich
West Pole Dark Roast
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Coffee Talk
From Our Coffee Expert

Can you make cold brew at home?

Yes, you can make delicious cold brew that tastes like a barista made it in a coffee shop — and the best part is that cold brew is more simple than it may seem! No matter your recipe, there are a few rules. First, use filtered water, it will make your coffee taste delicious. Second, grind your coffee coarse, think: the size of cracked pepper. Don’t use boiling water, because it will change the taste of your cold brew. Lastly, don’t pour leftover coffee over ice, cold brew tastes better with fresh coffee.

What is cold brew concentrate?

Cold brew concentrate is the strong, condensed version of ready-to-drink cold brew. It is achieved by using a closer ratio of coffee to water. By controlling the recipe, you also control how much water you use with your coffee grounds and which flavor notes are pulled out. I generally like to use a 1:5 coffee to water ratio and play from there. You can fill our Cold Brew Bags with 3 oz of coffee to about 28 oz of water for a strong cold brew and dilute it using clean filtered water, cream, or sweet flavors like vanilla or caramel.

Does cold brew coffee go bad?

Nothing gold can stay, leftover coffee included. Luckily, with the soft extraction of cold brew, concentrate should last up to two weeks in your refrigerator with its most special flavor notes fading in about a week. If you dilute your cold brew concentrate with cold water, expect your cold brew to only last two to three days. Fortunately, there are a number of things you can do with cold brew before then, like iced lattes or cold brew popsicles!

Which grind do you use for cold brew?

Because the coffee grounds sit in contact with cold water or room temperature water for many hours, your coffee grounds should be coarse, like kosher salt. The larger the grind size, the smoother the cold brew will be. It’s easy to see that when you use a finer grind for your coffee grounds, you create a cloudy and muddy taste in your cold brew. To make it taste clean and delicious, make sure you’re using coffee ground nice and coarse.