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Cold Brew Coffee

What is Cold Brew Coffee

There are several methods of cold brewing. Lately, the Toddy cold brew system has become popular, but the general concept of how to cold brew is universal no matter what method you choose.

The cold brewing method makes and excellent cup of hot coffee.  It also is great for iced coffee, latte, cappuccino and other coffee drinks.


A cold brew maker can also do tea!

Here we review the Toddy Cold Brew maker. Specifically we put the Toddy  T2N Cold Brew System to the test.  



Cold brew or cold press refers to the method of steeping coffee grounds in room temperature water for an extended period (usually 12-24 hours) of time.  No heating element is ever introduced to the process brewing coffee.

Cold brew coffee tastes a little sweeter because of its lower acidity, but can be just as full bodied yet often smoother than heat brewed coffee.

The ground coffee in  is never heated (after being roasted), the process of infusing flavor from the cold brewed beans produces a different chemical profile than heated brewing does.
Why Cold Brew Your Coffee?
Cold Brew Coffee

The Cold Brew Concentrate Has 67% Less Acid Than Heat Brewed Coffee.  

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It Has Approximately 20% Less Caffeine Than Heat Brewed Coffee

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The Coffee Grinds Can Be Brewed Twice, Lowering The Overall Cost

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The Strength Is Easily Adjusted To Suit All Tastes Without The Need To Brew Multiple Pots

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Cold Brew Concentrate Can Make Other Coffee Delicacies, like Coffee Ice Cream

The result of cold brewing is a coffee concentrate.  You do not drink this concentrate undiluted (unless you like a really strong cup of joe). You add the concentrate to water or milk to suit your level of coffee enjoyment.
Cold Brew Coffee

Cold Brew Coffee