Cold Brew

Time and patience is key to getting the best results in cold brew coffee. When done right, however, the low temperatures and long brew times can produce an exceptionally sweet and rich cup.

What You'll Need:

  • Coffee
  • A 500ml vessel with a filter
  • Grinder
  • Scales or a tablespoon
  • Filtered Water Timer

Let's Brew This

Best Roast to Use: Espresso

80g (16 tablespoons)


Cold ° C

12- 16 hours


  1. Measure out 80g, or 15 tablespoons of coarsely ground coffee
  2. Pour the coffee into your cold brewing vessel
  3. Carefully pour in 500ml of cold filtered water
  4. Stir the coffee to ensure all of the ground are saturated
  5. Cover and refrigerate
  6. Once the coffee has brewed for 12 – 16 hours, take the brewer out of the fridge and remove the coffee using the filter

Cold brew coffee should create a clean and sweet cup. If you find your coffee is too weak, try increasing the amount of coffee used in the brew. If the coffee tastes too strong, try reducing the amount of coffee.

Pro tip: Doubling the amount of coffee to water in the brew creates a cold brew concentrate, which is delicious when combined with milk or dairy alternatives for a cold brew latte!