Grady’s Cold Brew Coffee

Sure, you could make a cup of cold brew by taking hot brewed coffee and pouring it over ice (or into something like Zoku), but for a smoother, less acidic cup, employing an actual cold brew process is preferred. Better yet, leave all the hard work to someone else. Brewed then bottled by hand in Brooklyn, each batch of Grady’s Cold Brew Coffee is submitted to a lengthy steeping in water overnight before going through a two-step filtering process. The resulting concentrate is best enjoyed cold (or even hot in cooler months) in a 1:1 dilution with milk or water, lest you really need some caffeine and quick.

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