Nearly every cold brew on the market is made using a blend of beans (think like a Franzia wine) and old expired coffee. The reason for this is because cold brew has always been seen as a by-product, and mostly as a way to give their old expired inventory a new life.
Next time you pick up a bottle of cold brew, see if you can figure out which country your drink came from. That’s why we take careful measure to only use single origin beans from Valle de Cauca, Colombia that are freshly roasted.
We developed our recipe from scratch instead of using the same reference material everyone uses. Over the course of a year we have tested every variation of grind size, grounds to water ratio, length of time steeping, and steeping methods to come up with what we think is the best cold brew on the market.