Savoring Coffee, Saving Hearts


This brewing process you immerse coffee grounds into hot or cold water.

Cold brew uses coarse ground coffee beans, submerged in room temperature water (never heated), and brew for up to 24 hours depending on how strong you like your coffee.

Pros: Low acidity, sweeter, easy to brew, stronger flavor, uses more coffee than most methods.

Cons: Length of time to brew.

Bean Grind: Coarse

There are many immersion options to learn about in our "Steping Methods" section: Coffee Bags, Cold Brew, French Press, and Siphon.