Top 10 Best Coffees For Cold Brewing for 2020
Primos Coffee Co.
With Primos Coffee Co. you get high-quality, coarsely ground, medium-roasted Arabica beans, which were selected from a fourth generation of microloses on a family farm. The Nicaragua-based company uses sustainable practices and helps protect the local economy.
- Packaged nicely
- Beans are roasted in texas facility
- Flavor is a bit lackluster to some
Cold Brew Lab
The New York-based Cold Brew Lab, which is headquartered in the city and never sleeps, obtains its product from pesticide-free, USDA-certified organic beans. If this mix of medium and dark roast is good enough for Manhattaners, it’s probably worth a try.
- Low-acidic and full-bodied flavor
- Made from colombian supremo
- May be too dark of a blend for some
Bizzy Organic comes from various ethical sources in Nicaragua, Guatemala and Peru. You can choose from three different blends: dark and bold, light and light, or smooth and sweet, all of which are very popular.
- Strong without being bitter
- Also tasty when hot
- Small amount won’t last long
Inspired Coffee Co.
Inspired Coffee Co.’s dark roast roast has a rich taste without being too strong or too sour. One of the small but significant features is that it comes in a resealable pouch that contains a vent valve to keep it fresh.
- Delicious nutty undertones
- Grounds are of the ideal coarseness
- Vanilla is barely noticeable
Tiny Footprint Coffee
The eco-minded creators of Tiny Footprint Coffee utilize a carbon-negative production approach, which means that they take more carbon out of the atmosphere than they emit by directing part of their profits towards reforestation in Ecuador’s Mindo Cloud Forest.
- Can buy either ground or whole beans
- Subtle yet bright fruit tones
- Ground may be too fine for filters
Stone Cold Jo
Featuring naturally occurring undertones of toffee, caramel, chocolate, and grape, Stone Cold Jo boasts an incredibly rich flavor that is mellow, yet distinct. It has a noticeably silky finish that is testament to the high quality of its beans and the way they are roasted.
- Fair-trade certified
- Slightly cheaper than competitors
Joe Coffee Company
If you prefer coffee that leans more towards sweet than bitter, Joe Coffee Company’s blend might be just right for you. With a low level of acidity and a body that features notes of nuts, chocolate, and nougat, it’s just as enjoyable in wintertime as it is in summer.
- Package helps keep grounds fresh
- Each bag is marked with a roast date
- New-york based roastery
The Chosen Bean
While it’s a bit expensive, animals lovers will appreciate Hugo Coffee’s mission: for every bag purchased, they donate to a shelter dog in need. Though coffee and canines may seem a rather awkward combination, the product is both smooth and delicious, so it hardly matters.
- Hints of spice and nuts
- Comes coarsely ground
- 100 percent satisfaction guarantee
Sourced from single-origin Colombian Supremo Arabica shrubs, Stone Street has developed a reputation over the years for being one of the smoothest and richest tasting options on the market. It is sold in both whole bean and ground form.
- Available in many different sizes
- Bulk price is cost efficient
- Incredibly aromatic